Defending Airports from UAS: A Survey on Cyber-Attacks and Counter Drone Sensing Technologies provides the reader with a survey of previous airport-related drone incidents; a literature review of drone detection and mitigation technology; an analysis of the strengths and limitations of C-UAS detection and mitigation technologies; a discussion of three possible airport attack scenarios by a drone and protection plans for each; and considerations for airport stakeholders to consider when deploying C-UAS technology in the airport context.
Publication Date- June 22, 2020
Defending Airports from UAS: A Survey on Cyber-Attacks and Counter Drone Sensing Technologies contains the following major sections:
- Worldwide Incidents with UAS
- Literature Review on Counter-Drone (C-UAS) Technologies
- Attacks with Drones in Airport Critical Infrastructures: Scenario Analysis
- Proposed Countermeasures for Airports
- Discussions on C-UAS Applicability in Airports and Resilience Plans
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Authors- Georgia Lykou, Dimitrios Moustakas, and Dimitris Gritzalis
Current Counter-Drone Solutions for Airports
Title 49 U.S. Code Section 44810- Federal Aviation Administration