Counter-UAV

Counter-UAV

unmanned systems

Everything is in place towards the opening this morning of the fifth Unmanned Vehicles and Robotics AUS&R 2017 conference, exhibition, and live demonstrations. All the...
drone attacks

With the commercialization of drones, public security and critical infrastructure security have been exposed to potential drone attacks, thus becoming a major concern for...
killer robots

The recent call by scientists to prevent artificial intelligence (AI) from being used to develop autonomous weapons brought about many responses. Founders and lead scientists...
Iron Dome

By Arie Egozi The combat-proven Iron Dome rocket interceptor will soon be tested in the U.S. The U.S army has recognized an urgent need for...
small uas

While used mostly by the military, small UAS are now widely available. With increased availability comes increased risk to critical infrastructure or crowded events....
weapon

Defense industries have been investing growing resources in the development of an anti-UAV weapon for various uses by law enforcement teams as well as the...
sofwerx

In a few months, the U.S Air Force and SOFWERX will pit UAVs against each other in a rumble-style experiment to gather data on...
small UASs

Countering small UASs (unmanned aerial systems) to help protect warfighters has become a growing need recognized by the US defense administration. DARPA (Defense Advanced...
military installations

The increased use of commercial and privately owned small unmanned aircraft systems has raised US Defense Department's concerns for the safety and security of...
drone detection

In recent years, Singapore has been showing a deep interest in the drone business, and more specifically drone detection. The country has acquired an...
anti unmanned vehicles

A new development at the counter unmanned vehicle arena. The Estonian military expects to demonstrate a prototype of its Shark counter-unmanned aerial vehicle (C-UAV)...
uas use

As the use of UASs rises across the world, researchers from the Department of Defense are testing new ways to counter the new threats...
autonomous car

The fast growing realm of autonomous cars has extensive advantages for the commercial sector as well as the defense and security fields. Innovative developments...
simulation tech

Asymmetric warfare by its very nature leads combatants on all sides to develop new weapons and defenses. The emerging drone and small UAVs threat...
drone

Drones proliferation poses a grave threat to vital infrastructure and government facilities. With a great many no-go zones that aren't clearly delineated, drones or...
drone-defence

Counter UAS company Sensofusion has signed another major deal to help government bodies create security measures against the rising number of drones taking to...
counter drones

The risk that commercial drones pose to aircraft is a growing one. The UK Airprox Board, which monitors reported near misses with aircraft, recorded...
anti-aircraft

A new naval missile and anti-aircraft artillery weapon system, Pantsir-ME, was presented recently by the Russian corporate Rostec’s subsidiary, Tula KBP. The system provides...
counter UAVs

A counter-drone system designed to foil anything from explosive aerial robots to protecti against corporate espionage from the skies was showcased recently. Three German...

The Spanish Defense Ministry has selected the AUDS (Anti-UAV Defense System) counter-UAV system to protect critical assets and personnel from the growing threat posed...
electronic warfare

More electronic warfare (EW) technologies have emerged as a counter unmanned aerial systems weapon. Recently, Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) successfully showcased its SkyCAP counter...
photo illust. stinger

During a recent US Army test, a pair of Raytheon Stinger anti-air missiles equipped with new proximity fuzes intercepted two small unmanned airborne systems—an...