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Counter UAS Technologies 

  • July 2015
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  • Frost & Sullivan
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  • 53 pages

Counter UAS Technologies: Drone Proliferation is Driving Investment in and Development of Technologies to Counter Military and Commercial Threats

In the past decade, the technology for building and operating unmanned aerial systems (UASs)—also commonly referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), remotely piloted aircraft (RPA), or drones—has become relatively inexpensive and very accessible. This has caused a rapid proliferation in use. This rapid proliferation is occurring military, civil, commercial, and recreational applications, and has generated a need for countermeasures to detect and negate UASs with malicious intentions through physical or non-physical means, depending on the scenario

Key Findings

Counter unmanned aerial system (C-UAS) technologies are in a relatively early stage of development; however, investment and interest in creating effective drone detection and negation systems is rapidly increasing for both military and commercial applications.
- Military C-UAS systems are predominantly comprised of current radars and sensor product offerings that are adapted to detect and track small, fast, low flying aircraft while being able to distinguish them from other targets, such as birds.
- Systems for detecting and negating small, commercial drones are being developed globally, but a few companies, like DroneShield, have a head start.
- Non-military drone detection/negation systems that utilize only one detection method (e.g., acoustic sensors) will lose out to more robust systems that integrate several detection types to increase detection range and reliability.
- Swarming technologies will be used both as an offensive and defensive measure in unmanned aerial system (UAS) operations.
- Many attempts to regulate commercial drone use have been ad hoc and reactive rather than proactive because the technology has advanced quicker than the bureaucracies’ abilities to develop proper regulatory frameworks.

Table Of Contents

Counter UAS Technologies 
Table Of Contents
1 COUNTER UAS TECHNOLOGIES

Executive Summary
1. Key Findings

Overview
1. Purpose
2. Introduction
3. Introduction

Detection Methods
1. Detection Methods
2. Detection Methods
3. Detection Methods
4. Detection Methods
5. Detection Methods
6. Detection Methods
7. Detection Methods
8. Detection Methods

Electronic Counter UAS Strategies—Military Focus
1. Electronic Counter UAS Strategies—Military Focus
2. Electronic Counter UAS Strategies—Military Focus

Electronic Counter UAS Strategies—Non-military Focus
1. Electronic Counter UAS Strategies—Non-military Focus
2. Electronic Counter UAS Strategies—Non-military Focus
3. Electronic Counter UAS Strategies—Non-military Focus

Legal/Regulatory Counter UAS Strategies— Military Focus
1. Legal/Regulatory Counter UAS Strategies—Military Focus

Legal/Regulatory Counter UAS Strategies— Non-military Focus
1. Legal/Regulatory Counter UAS Strategies—Non-military Focus
2. Legal/Regulatory Counter UAS Strategies—Non-military Focus

Physical Counter UAS Strategies—Military Focus
1. Physical Counter UAS Strategies—Military Focus
2. Physical Counter UAS Strategies—Military Focus
3. Physical Counter UAS Strategies—Military Focus
4. Physical Counter UAS Strategies—Military Focus

Physical Counter UAS Strategies—Non-military Focus
1. Physical Counter UAS Strategies—Non-military Focus

Counter UAS Software
1. Counter UAS Software
2. Counter UAS Software

Counter UAS Challenges
1. Counter UAS Challenges
2. Counter UAS Challenges

Conclusions
1. Conclusions
2. Legal Disclaimer

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