Deutsche Telekom, the German owner of mobile provider T-Mobile, is adorning its views by alive on a drone aegis system for analytical no-fly-zones.

Because of drones’ accretion use in assorted recreational activities, there’s been an added demand in preventing them from flying to places they’re not accustomed to go. The Dutch police has afresh started using accomplished eagles to take down drones, but some companies are already cerebration on a larger scale.

The aegis system has been developed to keep the flying altar from entering adequate areas like airports and sports stadiums, having started artefact development after a appeal from soccer club FC Bayern München. It will reportedly have a wide array of use cases, like car manufacturers trying to shield test racing tracks from concern drone eyes that are taking pictures of new models.

It’ll be absorbing to see what the mobile operator’s take a system like this will be, but there’s hoping it might be a cogent advancement from manned aegis — companies like SkyWall already have that covered by affairs drone appraisal guns. These aren’t that useful for arresting abundant locations, so there’s a big chance the system will be based on electromagnetic pulse technology for taking down the pesky robot birds.