Shaping the Vision for a Military Counter-UAS Strategy

London, 17-19 April 2018

 

Small UAS has emerged as a new type of guerrilla airpower that modern militaries are not equipped to defeat. Incidents involving the use of commercial and man-made small drones by ISIS and by conventional forces in eastern Ukraine suggest that they are becoming an asset for both low-tech and near-peer adversaries. Industry is beginning to respond to this capability gap. Yet before acquiring C-UAS systems, a common understanding of the UAS threat and a clarification of the rules of engagement is urgently required.

Closing this gap and mapping future drone technology developments is the core objective of the upcoming C-UAS symposium. From 17-19 April 2018, the international military and intelligence community will convene for a unique exchange of ideas on how to counter the threat of small UAS. Building on the challenges and ideas raised at the 2017 Counter-UAS conference, and through the insight gained through engagement with end users and industry, attendees will have a unique opportunity to truly shape the future C-UAS doctrine and safeguard their war-fighters and freedom of movement for future operations.

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Benefits for the Military and Intelligence Community

Make an informed assessment of the different types of military C-UAS technologies to help you identify which system best suits your soldiers, mission sets and operating environments

Develop a clearer understanding of the rules of engagement with enemy UAS to ensure that threats are neutralised quickly while reducing the risk of fratricide

Formulate your acquisition approach and translate your counter-UAS requirements into reality by working with industry to understand what technologies will be fielded in the short to mid-term and what’s on the horizon in the commercial and defence domains

Understand how drone technology and UAS capabilities are going to evolve over the next decade to better support your R&D and acquisition decision-making

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Benefits for Industry and R&D

Learn about the end users’ concerns, budget restraints and evolving ConOps to help align your products with their C-UAS strategy and save your time and resources in R&D

Present your product to a diverse international audience of military and intelligence officials and understand where your solution could fit into their C-UAS doctrine

Develop a clearer understanding of the rules of engagement that the military will adopt and find out what their desired effects would be in different environments

Support the military’s need to communicate a more specific, realistic and viable C-UAS solution – provide insight into the technologies you have and how they can integrate those systems into existing platforms and C2 architectures

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