London politiebaas wants cars to be able to leave braking
The boss of the British Metropolitan Police, the London police, would like cars at a distance can leave the vehicle.
That answers the London politiebaas Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe on questions of a local UKIP politician, who asked whether drones could be used for car thieves to follow, reports The Register.
“In the ideal scenario we would have a device that we cars had to slow down,” said Hogan-Howe. “It might sound far-fetched but this kind of things can be developed, especially now that cars are increasingly electronic and driven. That would be for me a fantastic opportunity to secure the car to slow down.”
Hogan-Howe said further that the London police currently do not have drones, because drones that are suitable for large scale policing.