Countering the Drone Threat: Implications of C-UAS Technology for Norway in an EU and NATO Context is a report from the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) that discusses a wide range of topics that include:

  • Critical analysis of the typology, procedures, and challenges of counter-drone technology
  • Assessment of counter-drone technology in both civilian and military scenarios relevant to Norway
  • Assessment of the effectiveness of C-UAS technology
  • Planning, coordination, safety, and legality challenges
  • C-UAS developments- EU and NATO and its impact on Norway

Publication Date- 2020

This paper contains the following main sections:

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Introduction
  3.  C-UAS Technology: Typology, Procedures, and Challenges
  4.  Civilian Scenarios
  5. Military Scenarios
  6. The European Union Context: Key Developments
  7. The NATO Context: Key Developments
  8. Conclusions
  9.  Further Reading

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Authors- Bruno Oliveira Martins, Arthur Holland Michel, and Andrea Silkoset

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