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Drone Incident Response: An Overview of the Technological Realities and Best Practices to Effectively Manage Airspace Threats

Drone Incident Response: An Overview of the Technological Realities and Best Practices to Effectively Manage Airspace Threats

March 18, 2020, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Sands 201
Language:
English

When it comes to taking down unwanted drones, there are a lot of questions to be asked and some technological and legislative realities to contend with. The simplest question to ask and the hardest to answer is this: once you are aware there is a drone in your environment, what do you want to happen? From there, it’s important to lay out what technologies and assets are available, as many defeat systems are restricted or reserved for military use only. In this presentation, we will discuss how to use data to review your current security posture, define critical areas of risk and interest, and provide practical applications of defense strategies and defeat technologies for any organization to immediately protect themselves from all airspace threats.

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand the current capabilities of counter-drone technology and understand the limitations and different authorizations for use.
2. Create a roadmap for securing an organization's airspace and determine through data where airspace vulnerabilities exist.
3. Develop new response protocols for airspace threats for pre-event/pre-incursion, during an incursion, and post-incident.

 

Contributors

  • Amit Samani

    Presenter

    Vice President of Enterprise Sales

    Dedrone

    Amit Samani is Vice President of Enterprise Sales, Americas & UK for Dedrone, a market leader in airspace security.  Amit has over 20 years of...

Categories

  1. Track
    Unmanned Systems