Project Interceptor: avoiding counter-drone systems with nanodrones
Antidrone system industries have arised. Due to several, and even classic, vulnerabilities in communication systems now used by drones , anti-drone systems are able to take down those drone by means of well documented attacks. Drone/antidrone competition has already been set into the scene. This talk provides a new vision about drone protection against anti-drone systems, presenting "The Interceptor Project", a nanodrone that is very far from being a kit-assembled drone, but an embedded and hand-sized nano drone based on single-core tiniest Linux Board: Vocore2. This Linux board manages a Wi
David Melendez was born in 1983 in Zaragoza, Spain. He has a Bachellor Computer Degree by Wales University. Nowadays works as R&D software engineer for TV Studio manufacturer company, Albalá Ingenieros in Madrid. He is the author of several robots and a book: "Hacking con drones". He is an international speaker presenting at DEFCON USA, BlackHat USA, RootedCON, NoConName, NuitDuHack, 8.8 Security Congress, etc.