Countering Unmanned Aircraft Systems is a Naval Post Graduate School thesis by Jason Knight that assessed the risk UAS pose to public safety, examined counter-UAS (C-UAS) technology currently available, and explored the limitations of C-UAS technology when deployed in urban environments.

Publication Date- December 2019

This Thesis contains the following major sections:

  • Introduction
  • The  Evolving UAS Threat to Hometown Security
  • Active and Passive C-UAS Measures
  • Implementation of C-UAS Technology
  • Recommendations and Closing Thoughts

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Author- Jason Knight

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