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Can Walkera QR Ladybird be used for location tracking?

I'm wondering how the Walkera QR Ladybird quadcopter works. Is the device capable of tracking location for tracking? What can I do to protect my personal data? Also, I'm wondering if it's possible to improve the operation of this device somehow. Thanks in advance for your help.

Hello, Kelly!

We frequently face situations when robots or toys are used for spying, peeping or gathering information and we have a solution. First of all, we have to say that QR Ladybird can be used for spying thanks to a camera, attached underneath the copter itself. It can also stream video to a remote control or to a PC, where it is recorded. That remotely controlled drone also has a huge radius and is pretty stable, so it may be used even for indoor spying.

First, you need to understand why the device makes noise during operation. If someone nearby is well-versed in electronic devices, then this quadcopter can be easily hacked. We recommend using equipment for remote signal blocking, which will optimize your costs, as well as reduce the risks of quadcopter tracking. With this equipment, you can block video streaming.

We have also determined that the equipment uses Wi-Fi frequencies, so you need to block this data with minimal cost and risk to you. Even if the device will fly nearby with the help of a camera blocker, you can completely reduce the risks of data tracking. We suggest that you use quality equipment, but it is important to use it wisely.

Thanks for your question, I hope I've managed to help.

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