• The search for the counterdrone ‘silver bullet’

    Pairing counterdrone sensors with a range of tools that can jam or shoot drones out of the sky is one way to mitigate gaps in security shown by the drone strike on the refinery in Saudi Arabia. When it comes to defending infrastructure, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. The combined drone-and-cruise missile attack on an […]

  • Counter-UAS Companies Marshall Forces to Support Government, Infrastructure

    Response to the September 14 drone attack disabling oil processing facilities in Saudi Arabia comes from two U.S. providers of counter-unmanned aerial systems and services (CUAS), Liteye Systems, Inc. and Red Six Solutions. Chief executives of the companies announced a partnership to bring their technologies to bear in “layered” CUAS protection for critical transportation, energy […]

  • Nevada UAS Test Site Conducts First International Desert Drone Detection Challenge For The UAS Industry

    5 August 2010. The FAA-designated Nevada UAS Test Site and the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems (NIAS) conducted its first international Desert Drone Detection (ID3) demonstration to advance airspace safety and surveillance and detection technology. Nevada-based flying drone companies and partner drone detection companies across the U.S. and internationally participated in a major technology demonstration and […]

  • Can American Drone Swarms Beat Russia’s Anti-Missile Systems?

    In recent years, small UAVs (both mini and micro) have become a popular surveillance tool in the field of defense and security, and the constantly evolving technological progress is likely to provide a bright future for this technology. Particular attention is paid to the further improvement of these systems for military operations in urban conditions, […]

  • Proven System Coping Successfully With UAS Threat

    Countering the threat caused by rogue drones is now a global issue and an increasing concern for the military, government and homeland security forces across every continent. Various measures are offered in attempt to address these threats. Liteye Systems offers its C-AUDS, a containerized, multi-layered capability system to detect, track, identify, and defend against rogue […]

  • Liteye C-AUDS Counter-UAS a New Competitor in 2019 ‘ASTORS’ Awards

    Liteye Systems, a world leader and technology solutions provider of military and commercial Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems (CUAS), is proud to announce the company’s C-AUDS, (Containerized Anti-Unmanned Defense Systems) has been nominated to compete in the 2019 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program. Countering the threat caused by rogue drones is now a global issue and an […]

  • Counterdrone challenges

    BY MARC SELINGER|MAY 2019 Airport authorities know that they can’t let wayward consumer drones paralyze airports. Companies in the U.S. and abroad have demonstrated a range of technologies for detecting and neutralizing drones, but a consensus has yet to emerge on the best solutions, writes Marc Selinger. A consumer drone under a Christmas tree is good. […]

  • Inside the Stryker Turret: New targeting tech destroys drone swarms

    When a Stryker gunner released the so-called “dead man’s” switch on the vehicle’s 30mm cannon, a slow-moving ground drone target exploded into a cloud of smoke and fire, marking a demonstration of a new counter-drone sensor-shooter technology now in development for Army consideration. The 4-foot drone, moving along a dusty test-firing range in Kingman, Ariz., […]

  • The Army Took Us Inside Their Plan (And Weapons) To Kill Enemy Drones

    When a Stryker gunner released the so-called “dead man’s” switch on the vehicle’s 30mm cannon, a slow-moving ground drone target exploded into a cloud of smoke and fire, marking a demonstration of a new counter-drone sensor-shooter technology now in development for Army consideration. We use innovative science to disrupt the signal. We can interfere. A […]

  • GATWICK DRONE DEBACLE UNVEILS MULTIPLE PROBLEMS!

    GATWICK DRONE DEBACLE UNVEILS MULTIPLE PROBLEMS FROM PROCUREMENT POLICY THRU INTEROPERABILITY TO BREXIT! BY JULIAN NETTLEFOLD There has been considerable speculation in the press over what happened at Gatwick over the Christmas period and BATTLESPACE has done some investigation to see if we can piece together the facts. In putting this piece together we were conscious […]

  • LITEYE Completes Delivery of C-AUDS to Northrop Grumman

    LITEYE Systems Inc., on Friday December 14th delivered, on-time, the last unit of the first-round of C-AUDS (Containerized Anti-Unmanned Defense Systems), to Northrop Grumman Corporation. These systems will support their endeavours into the Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems market protecting critical infrastructure and lives in numerous deployments.   Liteye Systems, a U.S.A. company, manufactures C-AUDS with the […]

  • Gatwick Drone Raid’s Legacy of Lost Fees and Fortified Airports

    By Ellen Milligan | December 21, 2018 02:16PM ET | Bloomberg Government As thousands rush to complete journeys disrupted by this week’s drone incursions at London Gatwick airport, here’s a guide to how the aviation industry is responding, and what the long-term fallout might be. Read More: Gatwick Resumes Flights After Drone Sighting Causes Brief […]

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