Long awaited CUAS report presented by Interpol
On the last day of the Interpol conference on drones, 259 participants at last got an insight into the results of the large anti-drone exercise in September last autumn.
Some important observations are:
- Firstly because it will help member states to understand how such tests can be carried out and how they can be able to evaluate these anti UAS systems.
- The most important lesson with this report is probably that we have to carry out real tests. You can not discuss and evaluate anti-drone measures only in theory, says Johansen to Dronemagasinet. He emphasizes that there is a big difference between different operational environments. If you need a system in a stadium, you must test it in that stadium. If you need a system for an urban environment, test the system in the same area. The systems do not always do what is printed on the package.