Analyzing the Threat of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) to Nuclear Facilities provides insight into the threat of drones to nuclear facilities. The paper presents an overview of drone threats to nuclear facilities, an overview of drone detection and mitigation technologies, and the application of various technologies to the drone threat. Also covered in this paper are recent security incidents involving UAVs, measures to protect nuclear facilities from drones, and a gap analysis in existing approaches and technologies are discussed.
Publication Date- April 18, 2017
Analyzing the Threat of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) to Nuclear Facilities contains the following major sections:
II. UAV Applications
III. Security Concerns for Nuclear Facilities
IV. Security Approaches
V. Recommendations for Future Research
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Authors- Alexander Solodov, Adam Williams, Sara Al Hanaei, and Braden Goddard