From trained eagles to laser weapons, emerging means of countering unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are as diverse as their potential uses—legal and illicit. But where the military has relative freedom in what it can deploy to defeat UAS, government agencies and commercial entities charged with protecting critical infrastructure and public safety operate under more constraints. Industry ranging from defense giants to entrepreneurial startups has responded to the requirement to counter ...

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