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Police to consider the use of drones

The Norwegian police is considering the use of drones in their work, but are at present unwilling to share information about the issue.


Drones are remote controlled, unmanned aircraft, and they may soon become part of Norwegia preparedness, Computerworld writes.

-The technology is now regarded to be at a level which would justify the police's consideration to use it as a tool in their work, the Police Data and Equipment Service (PDMT) writes.

At the same time it is recommended to appoint a working group to consider how the police could best make use of drones.


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