Building Your Own Drone for Personal Protection

By Moose
March 7, 2013

Vimana Flying Machine

Interested Readers: Mechanically Inclined Please Apply!

Since our government developed and deployed the drones that we as taxpayers paid for, I feel we should be able to build our own drones….Just to ensure the safety of our personal space.

And since our government, as well as the ——, have been forthcoming in the technology used to create the current drones, much of our “R&D” has already been done for us..Most of the technology is Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) components, with some half-assed software.

This allows us to tailor our systems to take advantage of their weaknesses.

Localized differential GPS redirection as well as directed scaled EMP tools allow us to have a level of control of an area as never before. Huge improvements in battery technologies as well as newer sensor packages contribute positively to making a complete personal protection system.

I like to call it the “Umbrella”.

Reliable and deploy-able long duration system…Geostationary localization for up to 66 hours while providing robust data linking as well as autonomous personal safety awareness….

I will include step by step instructions and complete documentation. Your 3-D printer will come in handy for this project. My latest version incorporates a small rail protection system as well as an immersion cloaking ability. All units incorporate the latest AI functionality as well.

Please send me an email if you are interested…and no..I’m not an FBI man or CIA Dude.
And you should be willing to learn Morse code….

I’m a concerned citizen who wants to use my skills to help fight the Empire!

See link below to learn more how the government classifies personal drones

Link to FAA for Experimental Permit

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