Unmanned aircraft have become ubiquitous on the battlefield as well as at home. Demand has skyrocketed as prices have fallen and capability has grown.
Simultaneously, the threat of drones being employed for illicit purposes — such as terrorist attacks or spying — has spooked both the military and the private sector.
To counter the use of rogue drones, industry has built a slew of systems that can track, target and neutralize such systems. Companies are trying to sell them to the federal government and private entities …
National Defense | Nov. 6, 2017