Director / Cinematographer
War Pony Films LLC
If someone buys that jammer then they are going to jail if they are caught with it in the US.
Also they could not make a UAS land with that device, like they did in the video. Commands need to be sent to the aircraft for a controlled landing. That device would most likely make it go out of control and crash into something.
Unless they shoot down the drone or it crashes, they won't be able to see who the UAS is registered to.
If they see a drone in the glide slope at JFK they'll only be able to go, "yep, that's a DJI Phantom 3, who has one registered in the area."
Could make a good B camera if you already have RED gear to share with it.
Maybe the FAA should consider drone pilots to attain a Ground School Certificate instead of the full license.
The reason I went into filmmaking was my experiences with internalized and externalized racism and I want to help do something about it. If you feel that your rights are violated then you should do something about that, or stop complaining that other people trying to make a difference.
I'm an OEF OIF veteran (GI Bill for film school) and there is always going to be strife in the world due to hate, politics, and racism. Perhaps though understanding of another person's culture we can help prevent some of the anger and conflict.
If you want to live in your privilege then ignore what myself and other people are talking about because our message is not for you.
Live long and prosper,
It would be reported from the pilots if a drone was in a glide slop. Unless the drone has a mode s transponder, no one will be able to see it on their scopes unless they have a visual.