A report by Danish newspaper Borsen says the Danish Energy Agency received 16 reports of drone and ship activity at energy facilities in the weeks following the sabotage against the Nord Stream pipelines in late 2022. It also quotes an associate professor from the country’s Defense Academy attributing their presence to signal transmission.
According to a LinkedIn post by counter drone company My Defence, the article highlights a key concern: That there is a higher level of drone activity in the airspace than what we know of – without our authorities being fully able to detect, identify and mitigate the drone threats. “The uncertainty of drone activity above our critical infrastructure has not yet been taken into consideration by the majority of assets owners – partly because the level of activity is still unexplored,” says MyDefence.
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