Fig. 1. Drone collar.
The collar is made of rubber, with a steel electronic buckle.
The collar initially starts larger, and when applied to the neck, the rubber is retracted into the buckle via a motor, until it is snug on the neck.
The collar may then be (optionally) heat-treated to permanently fuse it with the rubber drone.
Fig. 2. Leash.
Standard leash has matching notches to securely fasten to a matching collar. Automatically puts the wearer into a more docile state.
Fig. 3. Attachment.
The leash is attached to the collar via electromagnetism.
Fig. 4. Colour codes.
- BLUE: Unlocked mode. Indicates drone is not constrained and may operate normally.
- YELLOW: Locked mode. Indicates drone is securely locked or restrained in place.
- RED (STROBE): Drone is reported non-complient or MIA, or collar has been tampered with.