11 - 13 December, 2018 | Hilton Canary Wharf, London

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Countering Drones Event Guide 2018

Keeping up with technology in an industry in perpetual developmentThe drone industry is booming! Underneath the optimism however, concerns continue to emerge about the risks that UAVs pose to public safety and security. Drone technology has developed at a faster rate than many of us could ...

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Explaining the alternatives for UAV navigation

ArticlesUAVs use a number of navigation systems to fly a path to an assigned area. The generated coordinates are also used to geo-locate the UAV position and its imagery, making it a very important part of the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS).

Registration Form 2017

Book your place at the Countering Drones conference today simply fill out this form and email a scanned / photocopied version to enquire@defenceiq.com

RAND Report on Drones

Drones—or as they are also known, armed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)—are in the headlines and provoking debates, especially for their use in U.S. targeted killings. They are spreading across the globe and others are beginning to use them. How dangerous is the proliferation of armed UAVs and wh ...

Are Unmanned Aircraft Systems needed for logistics operations?

Would the military really benefit from the procurement of an unmanned aircraft system specifically designed for delivering supplies to troops in remote and dangerous locations? More than a decade of continuous combat on noncontiguous battlefields has revealed shortcomings and inefficiencies in th ...

Are we prepared for the threat of drones? [INFOGRAPHIC]

"Of those industries that are seen as particularly at-risk of unlawful drone use, 83%

Will UAVs be game changers in future peacekeeping?

With the conflict in The Democratic Republic of the Congo nearing 10 years of almost non-stop fighting, and with political relations between the government and rebel groups - and more recently Rwanda - at a stalemate, focus has shifted to the UN peacekeeping force, MONUSCO, in a search for soluti ...

Sandia Report on the Counter UAV Market

The purpose of this document is to briefly frame the challenges of detecting low, slow, and small (LSS) unmanned aerial systems (UAS).

US grappling with counter-UAS technology challenges

As Defence IQ has recently reported, the rising number of criminal and negligent incidents involving civilian unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) is pushing harder on the need for a greater awareness of the potential dangers to the public. However, in many cas ...

No Drone Zone: When ignorance becomes a threat to security

While this year’s Countering Drones forum will be providing a dedicated focus on the technologies and legal implications surrounding drone countermeasures for at-risk sites, it will also be offering scope on the efforts to raise public awareness on drone re ...

NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) hurdles higher than they appear

The NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) programme remains of critical importance to the alliance and to the future shape of unmanned aviation in Europe. But the problems facing both the platform and the general sector aren’t quite as close to being solved as appearance suggests judging by rep ...

UAVs: The future of irregular warfare

What role is the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) currently playing in providing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) to ground troops in irregular warfare environments? How will this function evolve over time? That was the central theme I posed to Dr. Earl William Powers, a Research ...

Global market report 2017: where are we now?

In this exclusive infographic, discover what has changed for your peers since last year, ahead of the second annual Countering Drones Global conference (12th - 14th December 2017). What stage are they now at regarding the engagement and counter-drone technology currently available on the market? ...

Stopping drones from entering a country: The Estonia - Russia border conundrum

Drones can be damaging for borders, whether they smuggle illicit or counterfeit products, provide intelligence to an adversary or pose a physical threat through bombs or chemical warfare. How are border forces dealing with this increasing problem? in this exclusive interview with Colonel Tarmo Kohv, ...

Drones regulations and incidents worldwide: 2017 update

While regulations emerge in more countries, the number of incidents that could potentially create serious damage keeps increasing at a rate too fast to keep up. More civilian drones than ever are being used illegally or above sensitive areas and could threaten national security. In this updated m ...