With increasing frequency, U.S. federal agencies are releasing requests for information or proposals for systems to counter the perceived threat by the proliferating numbers of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). It is the tip of an iceberg, visible only because these agencies must openly invite bids. Recent examples range from the Federal Bureau of Prisons seeking information on systems able to prevent the smuggling of contraband into jails, to the organization responsible for guarding ...

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