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When a car is chased by the police and the chased car cannot
faster than a drone (e.g. hindered by slower, heavier traffic
queue at a red light), a drone (like a dog) could be unleashed
from the chaser or another, interceptor, waiting police car.
drone would speed to the haunted
vehicle and drop/spray a
sticky paint on its windshield (even while moving) (the
paint/grease/oil would be sticky enough, stronger than the
wipers; and the paint would become gradually less and less
translucent, providing a short time period to slow down the
safely). The drone would also act as a surveillance helicopter,
providing a live video stream about the driver and the
passengers inside the car and following them even if they run
from their car. The drone's camera would inspect the interior
the abandoned car, checking that no one is hiding inside.
a human at the police HQ could drive the drone, or sooner or
later the drone will be able to lock onto the target (the
and follow him.
A house alarm could also unleash a drone (or more) to take
photos of the intruders when they leave and follow them or
their vehicle until a police car and drone take over the task
from the homes drone and start their chase. The home drone
the police drone might be able to glue/hook itself on the roof
the criminals vehicle before it reaches a speed exceeding the
capability of the drone, so their position could be
transmitted to the police. When the door of the criminals car
opened and a criminal gets out of the vehicle, the drone
immediately spray a tranquilliser, or a human remote
could trigger spraying another material, temporarily slowing
down and weakening, or making the criminal fall asleep. If
there is not such a strong glue to hold the whole drone, a glue
must be able to hold some tracker chips that the drone
spawns/drops onto the vehicle. The home drone might be
shot down, but it might be very difficult to shoot a randomly
moving drone which keeps a distance (elevation) until the
criminals vehicle starts moving. The home defending drone
could add a game changer feature to surveillance cameras:
mobility; it can transmit a video of the whole neighbourhood,
reading the registration plates of the nearby vehicles and fill
the time gap between the alarm going off and the arrival of
the security service or police.
The home drone can be stored outdoors, just under the lower
end of the roof, where the roof protrudes from the top of the
wall. The drone can be mounted on a slide and the alarm can
release the drone from the (ski jumping) slide and disconnect
a wire that keeps the battery of the drone charged.
"Car not faster than a drone"
That's a pretty high number... [neutrinos_shadow, May 18 2022]
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||Now look, if you're willing to stop a car by causing an accident you could at least use a few grenade launchers.
||//the chased car cannot go faster than a drone (e.g. hindered by slower, heavier traffic or a queue at a red light), a drone (like a dog) could be unleashed from the chaser or another, interceptor, waiting police car.//
||implying that a fleeing vehicle gets visually gunked while at slow enough speeds to minimize accidents.
||Regarding the link we will make faster drones than that, I'm just saying that reduced speed was implied.
||WANT GRENADE LAUNCHERS!!!!!
||"the paint would become gradually less and less translucent,
providing a short time period to slow down the car safely"
||People running/driving from the police tend to not care about
"slowing down safely". They're more "drive fast until crash or
||[+] The only reason this doesn't have more buns is because of the HBers who don't want to be sprayed into submission.