While drones are massively beneficial to the world, they also now pose a threat when in the hands of the wrong people, including terror organizations. As usual, when there’s a problem Israeli innovation has a solution.
Israel has purchased and is now deploying drones along its northern border to assist in monitoring and addressing various threats from Syria, where a civil war has been raging for more than five years.
Israeli startup SuperMeat is developing a method for bio-engineering “cultured meat” from animal cells; Nine Israeli companies are making major contributions to agriculture through their innovative technology, and much more.
The US believes there were no civilian casualties. Recently, the White House announced that it will disclose how many people have been killed by American drones and other counterterrorism strikes since 2009.
The Israeli Air Force introduced the Hermes 900 Kochav (“Star”), a new unmanned aerial vehicle into its operational lineup Tuesday, in a move a senior officer said would “revolutionize the drone world.”