Threats from drones are becoming an increasing security concern throughout the U.S. and worldwide. No current standards exist for the manufacture and operation of counter unmanned aerial system technology, making it difficult to determine effective systems and components for specific uses. Current policy within the U.S. makes unmanned aerial system (UAS) interdiction illegal for all but a few Federal entities currently. This document is a summary of counter unmanned aerial systems policy within the U.S.
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Cline, T. L., Lercel, D., Karabiyik, U., & Dietz, J. (2020). The Current State of Counter Unmanned Aerial System Policy in the U.S.. International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace, 7(3). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/ijaaa/vol7/iss3/11