Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) present obvious attractions to military and security agencies. But the proliferation of small, low-cost, low-barrier-to-entry UAS—“drones” in popular parlance—poses a new problem for these agencies. As UAS become more popular, the need to prevent them from interfering...
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