The Current State of Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems Policy in the U.S. is a collective summary of the current state of Counter-UAS policy within the United States. The paper highlights challenges and hurdles, such as the lack of industry standards and identifies major efforts to fix this problem.
Publication Date- 2020
The Current State of Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems Policy in the U.S. contains the following main sections:
- Industry Regulatory Standards of C-UAS
- Legal Issues Preventing C-UAS Implementation
- Legal C-UAS Implementation
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Authors- Travis L. Cline, Damon Lercel, Umit Karabiyik, J. Eric Dietz