Six months ago, few outside the defense community in the UK and U.S. understood what the words “counter-unmanned aircraft systems” meant. But a succession of reported drone incursions at London’s Gatwick and Heathrow airports and Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, which also serves New York City, changed that. Now the need to protect airports and other infrastructure from rogue unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) seems obvious. So, too, does a market for ...

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