THE STANDARD  The rise of unmanned aerial vehicles will not only allow people an easy into the world of aviation, it may also pose hard problems like threatening public safety. American start-up Airspace, founded in 2015, is coming up with security solutions to track and catch rogue drones.

“Anybody can fly a drone now. Accidents happen because of new pilots or reckless people who try to race,” said co-founder and chief executive Jaz Banga.

“There are also criminals who try to spy on you and position attacks. Civilians and the military face the same problem,”