The moviemakers of Star Wars: Episode 7, worried about the abundance of spy photos from the set, taken with all kinds of radio-controlled aircraft, turned to the company DroneShield. asking for protection. This is reported by the MotherBoard edition.
Naturally, we are not talking about attempts to shoot down drones or damage their transmitting equipment. Tracking and warning systems developed by the company allow customers to be informed in advance of the approach of flying spies of all shapes and sizes.
How effective these measures are, is clear only to the creators of the picture. As frames and videos continue to appear on the Web, capturing, for example, the layout of the Millennium Falcon, rebel fighters or details of the scenery.
Recall that the movie was directed by JJ Abrams. Star Wars Episode 7 Premiere will take place in December 2015.
One of the drone videos
The Topic of Article: JJ Abrams ordered drone protection.