Counter UAS threats continue to originate from a wide variety (and ever-multiplying) range of entities from state-sponsored groups and terrorist movements to criminal elements. As these groups exercise increasing sophistication in their use of advanced UAS technology, the military and federal government are pressured to keep “ahead of the game” in protecting bases, warfighters and critical infrastructures with limited resources. Learn from top industry and military experts about the challenges they face and how working together they plan to forge ahead on a fast track into the expanding future
This document reflects an estimate of drone-related procurement, research and development (RDT&E), and military construction in the FY 2019 budget request. Learn more about the:
- $1.05 billion funding for counter-drone systems and why it continues to rise
- $9.39 billion to be invested in drone-related procurement, research and development, and construction funding
- New research programs that address autonomy and artificial intelligence such as Project Maven, an artificial intelligence program that has grown by 81 percent to over $100 million.
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Maintaining tactical superiority in a complex battle space within an asymmetrical war has never been more challenging than for today’s warfighter. The constant evolution of non-standard enemy tactics combined with commercially available communication equipment, sensors (situational awareness), and weapon systems has created a challenge in maintaining a situational superiority over one’s adversary. Read more here
The Global Counter UAV (C-UAV) Systems Market Forecast to 2026 finds a very interesting future for this young and expanding market. The global C-UAV market is projected to grow to USD 1,496 million by 2026, at a CAGR of 14.6% with a cumulative market volume of USD 8,496 million over the forecast period.