Countering Small Uncrewed Aerial Systems is a report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), authored by Shaan Shaikh, Tom Karako, and Michelle McLoughlin.
This study focuses primarily on counter-small uncrewed aerial systems (C-sUAS) for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).
Publication Date- November 2023
Countering Small Uncrewed Aerial Systems has three sections:
The first section aims to offer a concise analysis of the sUAS threat. The second section provides readers with a review of the methods to detect and defeat sUAS. The third and final section outlines the C-sUAS development path in the U.S. from urgent need, to refinement, to institutionalization.
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Authors- Shaan Shaikh, Tom Karako, and Michelle McLoughlin
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