Exclusive Drone Content
In this exclusive opinion piece, the researchers behind the ‘Red Teaming Report’ on ‘The Nefarious, Criminal and Terrorist Use of Drones’, Professor David Dunn and Dr Christopher Wyatt from the University of Birmingham, explore the challenges surrounding countering drones in the civilian space.
Leaders of this year’s Countering Drones Conference workshop on ‘Helping security professionals understand risk, regulation and resilience to counter the accidental or unlawful misuse of drones’, they delve here into the three main themes that will be the core focus of the day: risk, regulation and resilience.
Download the piece to learn more about:
- The challenges surrounding current risk management systems
- The necessity for regulation to act as a deterrent and bring liability to the different types of drone users
- The need for resilience to be built in infrastructure, for prevention and to combat specific threats
In this exclusive infographic, discover what has changed in the drones industry. What stage are they now at regarding the engagement and counter-drone technology currently available on the market? What is their opinion on their country's legislation's response to the threat? Has the communication between the government and the public improved since last year?
This exclusive speaker preview from General (Rtd) Mahmoud Al-Bayati, Director General, Counter-Terrorism and National Security Senior Consultant, Iraq delves into the challenges of countering drones used by ISIS in the country. From surveillance to dropping IEDs, the commercially-available aircraft changed warfare from 2014 onwards.
Ahead of Countering Drones Global Conference, we wanted to share a presentation from 2017; Col.Tarmo Kohv, Estonian Police and Border Guard Board discussed the development of counter drone systems on the Estonian border.