Enabling Counter-UAS and UAS-Detection Systems in New Zealand is a report that proposes legislation to address the threats posed by unmanned aerial systems (UAS), commonly known as drones. A draft Counter Drone Bill is offered by the author as part of this report.
Publication Date- August 28, 2019
This work contains the following major sections:
3- UAS Detection and Counter-UAS Technologies
4- Prohibitions against Counter-UAS Systems in New Zealand
5- The Need for a Positive Right to Take Defensive Action
6- Civil Aviation Regulation
7- Summary of Proposed Legislative Changes
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Author- Andrew Shelley
The Current State of Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems Policy in the U.S.