System Analysis of Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems’ Kill Chain in an Operational Environment is a Naval Post Graduate School thesis by Choon S. Tan. In this thesis, the author presents a systems engineering approach to provide a step-by-step process to conduct an evaluation and analysis of a facility and employ model-based system engineering tools to assess the effectiveness and limitations of Counter-UAS systems. The methodology considers the impact of Counter-UAS on adjacent stakeholders within the area of operations. A case study of a hypothetical airport is presented to demonstrate the methodology.
Publication Date- September 2021
System Analysis of Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems’ Kill Chain in an Operational Environment contains the following major sections:
- Manuscript Submission
- System Analysis of a Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems Kill Chain in an Operational Environment
- Background and Related Research
- Case Study
- Future Work
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Author- Major Choon S. Tan, Singapore Army