Water-Based Mitigation Techniques and Network Integration to Counter Drone Swarms is a Naval Post Graduate School thesis by Meagan K. Way. In this thesis, the author presents ideas to protect a U.S. Navy destroyer entering or exiting a harbor from small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) swarms using existing firefighting and counter-piracy technologies.
Publication Date- September 2022
Water-Based Mitigation Techniques and Network Integration to Counter Drone Swarms contains the following major sections:
II. UAS Technology and the Threat
III. Counter-UAS Techniques and Limitations
IV. Water Mitigation Strategy
V. Conclusions and Recommendations
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