Focus: The UAS market will have to constantly respond to new advances in unmanned aircraft technology. As the unmanned aircraft systems market expands, counter-drone systems
will need to be flexible enough to detect and neutralise a growing variety of targets, ranging from large unmanned aircraft capable of carrying heavy payloads through to low-flying
micro surveillance drones that might only weigh a few grams.
Key question: Are militaries, security forces and critical infrastructure experts empowered with counter drone technologies?
• What are the current security procedures to protect the public against threats and risks by using counter-drones technologies
• What are the regulatory standards that affect the development and demployment of different counter drones solutions
• Learn what the latest counter drone technologies are and how they plan to solve enduring challenges for police and military
Captain Edward H. Lundquist
U.S. Navy (Ret.) Communications Chair
Surface Navy Association, United States
Colonel Engineer Yanal Faruq Murad Alsajajih
Director of Aerial Survey and Electronic Warfare Command
Royal Jordanian Air Force, Jordan
Former UK Police Chief and UAE based Security Consultant