“Kremlin drone unlikely to have been intercepted” – DroneSec incident report

Drone security company DroneSec, which compiles and analyses drone incident reports from around the world, has assessed the May 3 drone strike on the Kremlin and concluded: “the systems likely detonated at their intended destination and were unlikely to have been intercepted.”

This is one of several analysis conclusions of the incident made by the company, which has also outlined, the estimated size, speed and model of drone; the detonation or alleged interdiction of the drones and the location of each camera angle and observed footage.

“This research was undertaken in order to establish information surrounding intent, and the who, what, where, when, why and how,” said the company.

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