Lockheed Takes Cyber Approach To Countering UAVs

Credit: DraganFlyer Innovations
As agencies mull how to protect critical infrastructure from the threat posed by rogue “drones” — small unmanned aircraft used for illicit surveillance or terrorist bombings — Lockheed Martin says its Icarus counter-UAS system can make a “surgical strike” on a UAV without disrupting the environment...

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