In a move that was run up the flag pole last month but kept under wraps, the Army Research Lab and Navy have concluded that there are operational risks associated with DJI equipment.
Speaking to sUAS News via e-mail, DJI’s Public Relations Manager, Michael Perry said:
We are surprised and disappointed to read reports of the U.S. Army’s unprompted restriction on DJI drones as we were not consulted during their decision. We are happy to work directly with any organization, including the U.S. Army, that has concerns about our management of cyber issues.
We’ll be reaching out to the U.S. Army to confirm the memo and to understand what is specifically meant by ‘cyber vulnerabilities’.
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