Security and AVs

I love the project. I’m sure they are security conscious, given their Tel Aviv base, but I keep imagining scenarios where bad actors hire service drones and put bombs or chemical weapons in them and send them to various locations. Could this be a problem, not with Dav in particular, but in the A/V industry as it develops?


The threat always exists with or without the blockchain solution. But with every drone identity and mission description recorded on the dav network, those potential dangerous activities can be found in advance and
be stopped in time.
So I think in the coming future, drone makers must put some blockchain-based identities into their drones to be legal.

I hope this reply can invoke some more interesting ideas of you.

And I recommend this TV :Almost Human

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