If necessary, the state automated information system “ERA-GLONASS” can start tracking drones in Russia, said GLONASS CEO Alexei Raikevich.
He noted that the accident response system already had experience in monitoring small aircraft. According to Raikevich, GLONASS’s decision will help to interact between drone owners and supervisory authorities and to coordinate the drones’ movement routes. Thus, the use of drones will become widespread, simpler and safer.
On the morning of May 30, eight Ukrainian aircraft tried to hit targets in Moscow and the Moscow region.
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