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Global Counter-UAV (C-UAV) Systems Market Forecast to 2026

This Market Forecast intelligence report covers the entire C-UAV landscape: who demands those capabilities; who is developing technologies to meet that demand; which technologies a ...

Drones: Changing the face of warfare in the Middle East

Non-state actors are changing the nature of warfare in the Middle East with their increasing use of commercial and military spec drones as they are becoming a key asset in their efforts to gather intelligence on battlefield positions and to attack or hinder allied troops during operations. ...

Countering drones on the Middle Eastern's battlefields: Tackling the unpredictable threat

Off-she-shelf drones are becoming a permanent feature of the wars in the Middle East, either as a mean to gather intelligence, spread propaganda or drop airborne IEDs.Ahead of the Countering Drones Middle East conference this February, discover in these maps of the three main battlefields ...

Explaining the alternatives for UAV navigation

ArticlesUAVs use a number of navigation systems to fly a path to an assigned area. The generated coordinates are also used to geo-locate the UAV position and its imagery, making it a very important part of the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS).

Are Unmanned Aircraft Systems needed for logistics operations?

Would the military really benefit from the procurement of an unmanned aircraft system specifically designed for delivering supplies to troops in remote and dangerous locations? More than a decade of continuous combat on noncontiguous battlefields has revealed shortcomings and inefficiencies in th ...

Will UAVs be game changers in future peacekeeping?

With the conflict in The Democratic Republic of the Congo nearing 10 years of almost non-stop fighting, and with political relations between the government and rebel groups - and more recently Rwanda - at a stalemate, focus has shifted to the UN peacekeeping force, MONUSCO, in a search for soluti ...

US grappling with counter-UAS technology challenges

As Defence IQ has recently reported, the rising number of criminal and negligent incidents involving civilian unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) is pushing harder on the need for a greater awareness of the potential dangers to the public. However, in many cas ...