The “Anti-Drone” garments are designed with a metallized fabric that protects against thermal imaging surveillance, a technology used widely by UAVs/drones.
The enhanced garments are lightweight, breathable, and safe to wear. They work by using highly metallized fibers to reflect heat, thereby masking the wearer’s thermal signature.
Of the three “Anti-Drone” pieces, two are inspired by Muslim dress: the burqa and the scarf. Conceptually, these garments align themselves with the rationale behind the traditional hijab and burqa.
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