In Japan, drones will be used to ensure the security of the G7 summit after the assassination of Shinzo Abe, Japanese law enforcement agencies intend to use drones and artificial intelligence-based technologies to ensure security at the Group of Seven (G7) summit in Hiroshima in 2022.
This was stated by the head of the country’s Public Security Committee Koichi Tani, writes TASS.
According to him, this way the Japanese side will be able to show a high level of security inside the country to both local residents and foreign guests.
After an investigation, the Japanese police concluded that the murder of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could have been prevented. At the same time, mistakes were made in ensuring security measures at his speech.
The former Prime Minister of Japan died in hospital after an assassination attempt at an election event in the city of Nera on July 8. A former sailor of the Japan Self-Defense Forces, 41-year-old Tetsuya Yamagami approached him from behind and fired a shotgun. Later, he explained that Abe was allegedly connected with a certain “group of people”, because of which his family had serious financial problems.