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Reframing Airspace Security

The concept of “counter-UAS” (uncrewed aircraft systems) is commonly used to refer to measures taken to protect against unauthorized or malicious drone activities. However, this term can have negative implications and generate an “anti-drone” sentiment. Tom Adams and Casey Flanagan, the co-founders of AeroVigilance and creators of the C-UAS Hub thought-leadership platform, propose a more inclusive approach focused on “airspace and awareness and protection.” This broader perspective encompasses the comprehensive understanding, training, and authorized technologies, tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) required to address the evolving security challenges in the airspace. Continue reading to explore their insights on this matter.

Topics: counter-UAS, CUAS, AeroVigilance, CUAS Hub

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