Review and Simulations of Counter-UAS Sensors for Unmanned Traffic Management is a paper that explores the technologies used to detect unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and proposes a collection of simulation models that consist of preexisting models of radar and acoustic sensing.

Publication Date- December 28, 2021

This paper contains the following major sections:

1- Introduction

2- Review of the State-of-the-Art Technology

3- Counter-UAS Sensors Modeling

4- Counter-UAS Simulation Results

5- Conclusions and Future Work

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Authors- Juan A. Besada, Ivan Campaña, David Carramiñana, Luca Bergesio, and Gonzalo de Miguel

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