According to Denis Oslomenko, general director of the company developing drone suppressors "PPSH Laboratory", the drones may not have had external control channels
MOSCOW, June 1. /tass/. The Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that attacked Moscow on May 30 could fly along a route sewn into them in advance, so devices suppressing control channels would be useless against them. This opinion was expressed in an interview with TASS by Denis Oslomenko, CEO of the company developing drone suppressors "Laboratory for Countering Industrial Espionage (PPSH)".
"We can assume that the drones flew along a pre-laid route, sewn into the flight task, without any external control channels. Or the management was carried out using the satellite grouping of our "partners," he said.
Oslomenko also stressed that drone blockers are intended exclusively for law enforcement agencies, and their use should be strictly regulated.
According to the interlocutor of the agency, the civilian population should not try to resist drones. "It is dangerous to try to shoot down enemy drones on your own, because this can lead to sad consequences both materially and physically: there may be victims. A civilian will have to bear responsibility for his actions," he said.
JSC "PPSH Laboratory" is a Russian company providing services and goods for information protection. These include devices for protecting telephone lines, wireless communication blockers and UAV suppressors, in particular, anti-drone guns LPD-801 and LPD-802.