Increases in the number of reports where dangerous drones are threatening government facilities and other locations has spurred the growth of counter-drone systems to oppose such attacks. These systems can include detection and mitigation methods, as well as data that tracks forensics for potential legal prosecution. At the moment, only four federal agencies in the U.S. are allowed to have C-UAS systems that can take down drones; other companies and venues can generally have systems that detect threatening drones.
In Robotics Data’s latest report, we highlight more than 30 companies offering counter-drone systems with a variety of methods. In addition, we provide the latest news from around the world of C-UAS, including how different militaries and governments are working on counter-drone systems. The 10-page report also includes resources that provide additional information regarding the counter-drone market.