C-UAS TIG Update After a Year of Being Active - 07.01.22

C-UAS TIG Update After a Year of Being Active – 07.01.22

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The Group members participated in several online TIG meetings to share knowledge about innovative technologies for counteraction purposes and collaborate on non-technical topics.

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C-UAS TIG Update 14.12.21

C-UAS TIG Update 14.12.21

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for Protection of Public Spaces and the 2020 Counter-Terrorism Agenda for the EU.

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C-UAS TIG Update - 24 November 2021

C-UAS TIG Update – 24.11.21

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The Regulation, Detection & U-Space Subgroups of C-UAS TIG are currently gathering responses for their surveys to analyse the state of play regarding counter-drone matters in MS.

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C-UAS TIG - 26th October

C-UAS TIG – 26.10.21

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The last monthly C-UAS TIG meeting took place on the 26th of October 2021 and this time hosted a representative from ATLAS Forum Innovation. 

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INTERPOL tests counter-drone systems at Oslo Airport

INTERPOL Tests Counter-Drone Systems at Oslo Airport

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INTERPOL, in coordination with UAS NORWAY, the Norwegian Police and AVENUR carried out a three-day exercise to evaluate and test drone countermeasures in a secure airspace environment. 

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Recent C-UAS TIG Activities – 15.06.21

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he monthly C-UAS TIG meeting was held on the 15th of June. During the first part, Paul Hansen from the Joint Research Centre presented JRC’s activities in the counter-drone area. After that, the activities of subgroups were presented.

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C-UAS TIG – 05.21

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On the 27th May 2021, the monthly C-UAS TIG meeting was held. In the first part, Christopher Church from the Digital Forensics Lab Interpol Global Complex for Innovation presented INTERPOL’s experiences with dealing with Unmanned Aircraft Systems.

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C-UAS TIG Meeting – 04.21

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In the process of writing the Project Initiation Document, the team decided that the TIG will be re-named to the more appropriate C-UAS (previously C-UAV – with V standing for vehicles) to match the changing lexicon in the field of drones and unmanned aerial vehicles.

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