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Counter UAS Efforts - An Interactive Timeline

Counter UAS Efforts - An Interactive TimelineThe threat of small commercial unmanned aerial systems as a means of transporting explosives or surveillance to military units is becoming prevalent among Daesh militants in the Middle East.  Here Defence IQ looks at some of the recent incidents reported and the technological solutions...

Infographic - Counter UAS Worldwide Survey Results - How Worried are Militaries About the Threat of Small UAS?

How Worried are Militaries About the Threat of Small UAS? Recent incidents involving the use of small, hostile UAS by terrorist organisations in Syria and Iraq and regular armies in eastern Ukraine, coupled with rapidly expanding drone industries outside of NATO, have raised serious questions about whether the armed forces...

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Defending troops against the swarm threat

Autonomous weapons systems are able to provide enormous destructive power to militaries who operate them, and advancements in this field by a few nations are making them a reality on the battlefield. Defence IQ have compiled an article on the breakthroughs in swarm technologies, which will be one of the...

Preparing for future UAS threats

In this exclusive interview with Lieutenant Colonel Luis Algara, Chief of the Department of Tactics, Techniques and Gunnery at the Artillery School of the Spanish Army and speaker at this year's Counter UAS conference, learn more on how the future operating environment impacts C-UAS capability developments. Download this interview to...

The Donbass drones war: How indigenous UAS programmes enabled Ukraine to keep up in the drone race

The demonstration of drone capabilities in the Donbass war has shown the crucial need for Ukrainian and allied troops to adapt to an agile adversary force projected and multiplied by UAS fleets. Download this report by Major General Borys Kremenetskyi, Ukraine Defence and Air Attaché in the UK to learn...

Countering UAS: Focus on procurement

UAS have become in the past decade lower, smaller and slower, and overall harder to detect. This is posing an increasing threat to the military, as adversaries have begun to employ them for intelligeance gathering and offensive tactics.Ahead of the annual Counter-UAS conference, we surveyed a wide range of experts...

Rinicom Flies High with Second Queen’s Award

Lancaster-based company Rinicom Ltd. has received the prestigious Queen’s Award For Enterprise, for International Trade for a second time.

UK Joint-GBAD perspective on counter-UAS: Exclusive insight from Colonel Giles Malec

The development of unmanned technologies is advancing at a increasingly rapid pace, encompassing simplified operation, increased UAS payload, enhanced navigation capabilities, and reduced manufacturing costs. The potential for non-state actors to employ UAS against friendly troops is growing and militaries are exploring ways to enhance SHORAD against low, small and...

Global Counter-UAV (C-UAV) Systems Market Forecast to 2026

This Market Forecast intelligence report covers the entire C-UAV landscape: who demands those capabilities; who is developing technologies to meet that demand; which technologies are most promising and which are not; and which buyers will favour which capabilities.

Countering UAS: Why techniques and tactics matter as much as the solutions

The threat of UAS requires the militaries to adapt their strategy and think of new ways to mitigate the risk they pose on the battlefield. There is not only a need to procure the right solutions, but also to integrate them fully into the existing troops to maximise their counter-uas...


Counter UAS Sponsorship Prospectus

Download the latest Counter UAS Sponsorship Prospectus and discover more opportunities to meet C-UAS experts face-to-face.

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Updates on Russian CUAS Capabilities and Rising SUAS Capabilities

Presentation by Samuel Bendett, Research Analyst with the Center for Naval Analyses, delivered at the Counter UAS Summit, March 2019.