The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) Drone Countermeasure Exercise Report is a collaboration with the Norwegian Police.  In September 2021, at the Oslo Gardermoen Airport, personnel from law enforcement, industry, and academia gathered for a three-day exercise to evaluate a wide variety of Counter-UAS systems in an active airport environment. This report details the project, findings, and recommendations.

Publication Date- June 2022

The Drone Countermeasure Report contains the following major sections:

  • Introduction
  • Problem Definition
  • INTERPOL IC Work in the Area of Drones
  • Road to Drone Exercise
  • The Drone Incursion Exercise
  • Overview and Preparation
  • Testing
  • Evaluation
  • Test Results
  • Challenges from the INTERPOL Drone Incursion Exercise 2021
  • Findings
  • Conclusions
  • Recommendations for C-UAS Testing Within Law Enforcement
  • Recommendations for Drone Countermeasure Testing
  • Next Steps

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Authors- INTERPOL, Norwegian Police

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