Anti-drones fight (including swarm case): which means for which result?

TOPICS:drone control

Publié par : Excellence club aerospace

September 19th 2023, Château de Pontié, Cornebarrieu

The conference “Anti-drones fight (including swarm case): which means for which result?”

Focuses on exploring strategies and technologies for combating drones, particularly in the context of swarm attacks. A swarm attack refers to a scenario where multiple drones are used simultaneously to carry out a coordinated and potentially malicious activity.

The primary objective of this conference is to examine various countermeasures against drones and to understand their potential impact on thwarting swarm attacks. The conference aims to bring together experts, researchers, and industry professionals to share their knowledge and insights in this fast-evolving field.

Through presentations, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants will gain valuable insights into the following:

Anti-drone technologies: The conference will showcase the latest advancements in anti-drone technologies, such as radar systems, radio-frequency (RF) sensors, and optical detection systems. These technologies aim to detect, track, and mitigate the threat posed by drones.

Legal and policy considerations: The conference will also address the legal and policy implications of countering drones. Participants will explore the regulations governing the use of counter-drone technologies and the ethical considerations related to privacy and safety.

Case studies: The conference will feature real-world case studies of swarm attacks and the anti-drone efforts employed to mitigate them. Experts will analyze the tactics and strategies employed by swarm attackers and discuss the effectiveness of different countermeasures.

Collaboration opportunities: Participants will have the opportunity to engage in networking sessions and meet industry-leading organizations specializing in anti-drone technologies. This will foster collaboration and knowledge-sharing among participants to collectively combat the evolving threats posed by drones and swarms.

Overall, the conference aims to equip attendees with cutting-edge knowledge and practical insights to develop comprehensive anti-drone strategies and technologies. By exploring the means to counter swarm attacks, the conference aims to contribute towards fostering a safer and secure environment in the face of emerging drone threats.

Speakers, Yves Robins, Thales


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