SAE Media Group is delighted to announce the 3rd annual Counter UAS Technology USA Conference, taking place in Arlington, VA, on December 5-6, 2023.

Building from the sell-out 2022 edition, Counter UAS Technology USA  2023 will return to showcase the latest state-of-the-art technologies in the market to ensure that DoD personnel, equipment and infrastructure are protected from the proliferation of drones.

With the release of President Biden Administration’s Domestic Counter-Unmanned Aircraft Systems National Action Plan in April 2022, and the new Counter UAS legislation - ‘Safeguarding the Homeland from the Threats Posed by Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act of 2023’- it is evident that countering the threat of sUAS has become a key priority for the US.

Modernizing the US C-sUAS capabilities is therefore critical to enable the DoD and Military to protect personnel, assets and locations from the proliferation of illegal and hostile drones.

Counter UAS Technology USA 2023 will facilitate discussions surrounding C-sUAS priorities, challenges and solutions, offering a well-rounded agenda with presentations from key DoD and US military service branches, as well as briefings from leading industry solution providers developing innovative technologies to assist in countering the threat of UAS.

  • Hear the latest C-UAS updates from US DoD and Military Senior Leadership and Program Managers, from key organizations including the JCO, PEO Missiles and Space, AMD Cross-Functional Team, RCCTO, Fort Sill, US Air Force, US Marine Corps, ODNI, MCDID, and a range of frontline Homeland Security representatives
  • Engage and network with a range of leading solution providers advancing cutting-edge technology to enhance counter drone responses
  • Gain access to various keynote briefings, covering a range of key topics including kinetic and non-kinetic capabilities, detection and targeting, interoperability, procurement, AI and machine learning, among many others
  • Meet and listen to key international speakers from across NATO and allied nations, to learn more about their efforts to improve their national protection against the threat of drones


11 SFS; Air & Space Warfare Centre; Air Force; Army/RCCTO DE; Atolla Tech; Aurora Flight Sciences; AvMC - Technology Development Directorate - Aviation; Axient; Axient Corp; Ball Aerospace; Belgian Armed Forces; Black River Systems; Breaking Defense; C Speed; CACI; CACI, Inc.; Carmenta Inc.; Convexum; Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory; Defense Digital Service; Defense Technical Information Center; Department Of Homeland Security; Department of National Defence; DEU Defense Intelligence Liaison Staff; DEVCOM AvMC; D-Fend Solutions Ltd.; D-fendsolutions; DHS; DHS S&T; DOD; DroneShield; Echodyne Corp.; Edgesource; Elta IAI; ELTA Systems Ltd; Enterprise Control Systems Ltd; Epirus; ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik; ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH; EXEC MANAGER; Federal Ministry of Defence (Germany); Federal Ministry of Defense, Germany; Federal Police Germany; Federal Police of Germany; Fortem Technologies; GEN-AVIV; General Dynamics Land Systems - Canada; German Air Force Command, Luftwaffe HQ; HQ US Air Force / Defensive Base Operations Division; Imperative Systems LLC; JCom; JGW Group; Joint Counter-small UAS Office; Joint C-sUAS Office; Joint Staff / JIAMDO; Kirintec Ltd; Liteye Systems Inc; MAB7; MARSS; Marss Group; Military Aviation Authority; Ministry of Defense; MOD Hungary State Aviation Department; National Defense University; NATO HQ; Naval Weapons Station Yorktown; Navy; Navy Unmanned Aerial Vehicles - PMA-266; NAWCAD ASI; NAWC-AD WOLF; Nigerian Army; Noology NA, Inc.; NSWC Crane Division; Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD R&E); Ousd R R&t; OWT Global LLC (Ninja Alliance); PEO USC PMS 408; Rafael; Rafael Systems Global Sustainment (RSGS); Raytheon; Raytheon Solipsys; Raytheon Technologies; Robin Radar Systems BV; SAE International; Sentry View Systems, Inc.; SMi Group Ltd; SpotterRF; SRC, Inc.; Survice Engineering Company; TCI International Inc.; Teledyne FLIR Defense Systems; TEST; Trident Defence LLC; Twist Bioscience; U.S. Army; U.S. Coast Guard; United States Air Force; United States Army; US Air Force; US Air Force Academy; US Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Vehicles Directorate; US Army; US Army Futures Command; US Army, PEO IEW&S / PM PNT; US Dept of Energy, Sandia National Laboratories; US DOD Joint Counter small UAS Office (JCO); US Marine Corps; US Navy; US SOCOM; Usaf; USAFA ; USMC; USNORTHCOM JTF-NCR; USSOCOM JRU SOC-JC; USSOCOM Surgeon 9SOSG); Virginia State Police; Weibel Scientific A/S

Conference agenda



Registration & Coffee



Chairman's Opening Remarks

Dr Craig Robin, Chief Executive Officer, EO Solutions



PEO Missiles and Space Keynote Briefing: Developing, Deploying and Maintaining Advanced Counter UAS Technologies to Enhance US Air and Missile Defence

Brigadier General Frank Lozano, Program Executive Officer, Missiles and Space, US Army

  • An overview of current PEO Missiles and Space projects
  • SHIELD: enhancing effectors for short-range and medium-range air defence
  • Integrating interoperable offensive and defensive fires capabilities to counter the threat of drones



    Interoperability, Automation, and Innovation at the Operational Edge

    Mr Greg Fortier, Vice President, Aviation, Fires, & C5ISR Army Business Unit, SAIC

  • Open Architecture
  • Decision Aids
  • Automation
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    Keynote Address: JCO C-sUAS Solutions Development

    Chief John Peart, Command and Control Systems Integrator, Joint Counter Small Unmanned Aircraft Office (JCO)

  • Providing C-sUAS solutions across all combatant commands
  • How the evolution of the small UAS threat drives materiel capabilities requirements for the Joint Force
  • Working with industry to consider and evaluate the latest technology and systems
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    Autonomy and Asymmetry: Confronting the Challenge of Unmanned Threats

    Mr Tom Driscoll, CTO, Echodyne

  • Discussion of some of the unique aspects of autonomous platforms
  • Review of the solution landscape for detecting, deterring, and defeating UAS
  • Edge cases and red-teams: stories from deployments and field-testing
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    Morning Coffee



    APS's Development of New Radars and Comprehensive CUAS Capabilities through Industry Partnerships to Meet the Rapidly Growing Demands of Protecting the Airspace

    Mr Wojciech Drojecki, VP Sales, Advanced Protection Systems SA

  • About APS - producer, integrator, and partner of choice
  • Overview of our new products - hardware and software
  • Examples of our successful industrial partnerships
  • Our focus on NATO, collaborations and international partnerships



    C-UAS Systems Synchronization: Ensuring Decision Advantage and Promulgating Strategic Guidance to Secure the Air Domain

    Mr Brian Fishpaugh

    Mr Brian Fishpaugh, Deputy National Intelligence Manager for Aviation, National Intelligence Manager-Aviation (NIM-A), Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

  • Strategic Outlook on Pacing Threats in the Short-Mid Term
  • Current Posture of US Gov Solutions to C-UAS
  • Future Efforts to Further C-UAS Strategies
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    Unleashing Innovation: Navigating Risks in the Lift of Technology Bans

    Ms Danielle McCormick, Head of C-sUAS, Edgesource Corporation

  • Rethinking Bans: Advocating for nuanced tech regulation over outright bans to foster innovation while ensuring national security
  • Learning from the Past: Using history to highlight the drawbacks of bans and proposing forward-looking risk management
  • Strategy and Economy: Balancing technological advancement with strategic considerations and exploring economic upsides
  • Leading Globally: Encouraging international leadership in setting ethical tech standards and promoting global cooperation
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    Countering the Biggest Threat to Ground Forces with “Second-Generation CUAS Systems"

    Mr Lars Krogh Vammen, Head of Business Development Surveillance Systems, Weibel Scientific A/S

  • What is the biggest threat, and why are drones considered a significant risk?
  • What are the needs of the end user?
  • What is a “second generation CUAS system” from a radar provider’s perspective?
  • How can “second-generation CUAS systems“ mitigate the threat better than now?
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    Lunch & Networking



    Session Reserved for Sponsor - Robin Radar Systems

    Mr Marcel Verdonk, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), Robin Radar Systems BV

  • Introduction of Robin Radar, a specialist Counter UAS radar vendor
  • Overview of the IRIS radar system capabilities, with a focus on its unique detection and tracking accuracy, and the distinction of drone vs bird
  • Robin Radar's fast growing global installed base and vertical market applications
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    Panel Discussion: Protecting the Homeland: Countering the Threat of Illicit UAS to Strengthen National Security

  • Understanding the emerging threat of UAS
  • Mitigating risks posed to homeland security by the illicit use of UAS
  • Future challenges and priorities
  • Mr Tom Adams, Senior Director of Business Development- Federal/Civilian/Defense Pursuits, High Point Aerotechnologies

    Mr Brent Cotton, Director, C-UAS Program Management Office, Department of Homeland Security

    Mr DJ Smith, Technical Surveillance Agent/Unmanned Aerial & CUAS Program Coordinator, Virginia State Police

    Mr Michael Torphy, Unit Chief, Surveillance and Emerging Technology Unit, FBI

    Mrs Blakeley Williams, General Engineer, National Nuclear Security Administration, US Department of Energy

    Supervisory Border Patrol Agent Intelligence Mathew Cooze, National cUAS Coordinator, U.S. Border Patrol



    New Technology C-UAS Approaches and Modern Capabilities for the Most Challenging Environments & Sectors

    Mr Jeffrey Starr, Chief Marketing Officer, D-Fend Solutions Ltd.

  • Evolving drone threats and incidents in varied environments, including urban and critical infrastructure sites in both military and homeland security settings.
  • Traditional Legacy C-UAV technology challenges and technological innovations to overcome the constraints and protect personnel, assets, and sites
  • Optimized operational deployments and configurations addressing different use cases, scenarios, and sectors, including the need for mobility and flexibility
  • Openness, integration, and layered defenses
  • Control, Safety, and the Quest for Continuity
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    The Evolution and Use of Drones in Modern Conflicts

    Mr Magnus Wallmark, EVP, Business Development and Sales, Fortem Technologies

  • Development of threats posed by drones in military scenarios
  • The advancement of drone use with the conflict in Ukraine
  • Evolution of methods for threat mitigation utilizing Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • Products are constantly changing & adapting
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    Afternoon Tea



    DoD Panel Discussion: Interagency Collaboration Efforts to Advance Effective Policy and Technology to Counter UAS

  • An overview of current DoD interoperability efforts
  • Forging interagency relationships and enhancing cooperation across domains to strengthen C-UAS capabilities
  • Adapting to an evolving landscape: lessons learned and requirements for future progress
  • Mr William Beasley, Deputy Director, Unmanned Systems Technology, Emerging Technologies, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD R&E)

    Mr Shaan Shaikh, Associate Director & Associate Fellow, Missile Defense Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

    Ms Julie Balduf, Deputy Chief, CUAS Division, US Air Forces Central (AFCENT/A3B)

    Mr Tim Dodge, Policy and Regulation Division Manager, Federal Aviation Administration



    Airburst Ammunition Designed for Groups 1 & 2 UAS

    Major Jake LaGue, Counter UAS Branch Chief, Project Manager Maneuver Systems (PM MAS), JPEO Armaments & Ammunition

  • Fielding New Proximity Rounds to Take out Incoming Drone Threats
  • Airborne Targeting – Kinetic Kill Capabilities
  • Proximity Sensor Technologies
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    Latest Updates from AFCENT: Working with International Allies to Advance C-UAS Technologies to Ensure the Security and Stability of Regional Airspace

    Ms Julie Balduf, Deputy Chief, CUAS Division, US Air Forces Central (AFCENT/A3B)

  • Understanding the threat of UAS and outlining AFCENT’s current responses
  • Adopting a system of systems approach to enhance C-UAS capabilities
  • Way forward: interoperability and innovation
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    DEVCOM’s Long-Term Counter UAS Goals

    Dr Jay Gee Simmons , Deputy Capability Area Lead, Air and Missile Defense, DEVCOM Aviation and Missile Center

  • Addressing capability gaps and limitations of current systems to improve future capabilities
  • Fuelling innovation and experimentation to ensure that long-term counter-UAS goals can be achieved
  • Discuss work with the Joint Force to Counter all unmanned systems (C-UxS)
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    THOR: Developing an Advanced Counter Drone Weapon to Enhance Base Defense

    Dr Daniel Guillette, Program Manager, HPEM Weapon System Transition, High Power Electromagnetics Division, US Air Force Research Laboratory

  • Intro to the Air Force Research Laboratory
  • The case for investing in directed energy to counter the increasing threat posed by enemy unmanned aerial systems (UAS)
  • Overview of the Tactical High Power Microwave Operational Responder (THOR) – System enables a layered defence capability engineered to counter multiple single, cluster, and swarm small UAS targets at long ranges with speed of light engagement results
  • Generic lessons learned
  • Looking Forward: Path towards developing new concepts to drive advances in capability, reliability, and manufacturing readiness



    Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Dr Craig Robin, Chief Executive Officer, EO Solutions



    Networking Reception Hosted by SAIC



    Registration & Coffee



    Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Dr Craig Robin, Chief Executive Officer, EO Solutions



    RCCTO Keynote Address: Modernizing National Defense Capabilities to Support US C-sUAS Efforts

    Lieutenant Colonel Eric Lewis, Assistant Project Manager, AMP-HEL, Directed Energy Project Office (DEPO), US Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO)

  • Advancing developments in detecting, tracking, identifying and defeating sUAS hazards using high energy lasers
  • Overview of the Army Multi-Purpose High Energy Laser (AMP-HEL) system
  • Operating in an accelerated timeline to gain operational advantage against adversaries
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    AMD CFT Keynote Briefing: Coordinating a Synchronized Response to Develop Advanced C-UAS

    Colonel Anthony Behrens, Senior Advisor, Air and Missile Defence Cross-Functional Team

  • Rapidly integrating and synchronizing the requirements development process, acquisition process and resources to deliver AMD capabilities to the warfighter faster
  • Adopting a tier-layered approach of multiple countermeasures against enemy attack and reconnaissance UAS
  • Integrating C-UAS technology onto armored platforms for mobile protection
  • Combined and inter-agency coordination in developing concepts, requirements and capability must be informed by necessary policy 



    Thinking out of the Bands - Detection and Mitigation of Non-standard Frequency sUAS

    Mr Stephan Kraschansky, Managing Director, Aaronia AG

  • C-UAS Challenge: Rogue drones on non-standard frequencies present a significantly growing security threat, especially in current war zones
  • Frequency Dilemma: Non-standard frequency drones simply evade regulations and existing CUAS solutions, posing massive challenges for security efforts.
  • Communication Disruption Risk: These drones can disrupt own essential communications as a side effect, emphasizing the need for timely neutralization.
  • Rising of layered CUAS Demand: The increasing incidents of hostile drone activities call for robust and multi layer Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems (CUAS) to protect critical installations.
  • Comprehensive Defense: A multi-layered CUAS system, covering detection and jamming capabilities across the usable electromagnetic spectrum, is essential to effectively counter rogue drones and enhance security.
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    Fort Sill ADA Keynote Address: Enhancing C-sUAS Training to Strengthen the U.S. Air & Missile Defense Capabilities

    Colonel Curtis W. King, 45th Air Defense Artillery Commandant, Chief of Air Defense Artillery, and Deputy Commander, Fires Centre of Excellence (FCOE) and Fort Sill, US Army Air Defense Artillery School

  • Overview of current C-UAS efforts at Fort Sill’s ADA
  • Combining technology, tactics, techniques and procedures to combat UAS threats effectively
  • Testing and integrating systems capable of detecting, identifying and engaging with the target
  • Future priorities to enhance C-UAS responses
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    Morning Coffee



    Forward Area Air Defense Command and Control: Centerpiece of C-UAS Solution within the Short-Range Air Defense (SHORAD) Mission

    Mr Michael O'Hara, SHORAD/CUAS Mission Solutions and Strategy Sr. Manager, Northrop Grumman

  • SHORAD Mission Space: Simultaneous C-UAS, C-RAM and IAMD
  • Continuous Improvements with Rapid Integration of todays and tomorrow’s sensors and effectors
  • Cyber, Safety, Link-16, and Joint Interoperability Certified
  • Advanced Battle Management/ Threat Evaluation and Weapon Allocation/Assignment (TEWA) with Fratricide Mitigation
  • Multi-modal Sensor Aggregation
  • Operator Usability
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    Defining UAS Swarms and Collaborating to Accelerate Technologies to Address Them

    Mr William Beasley, Deputy Director, Unmanned Systems Technology, Emerging Technologies, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD R&E)

  • Understanding current challenges in defining UAS swarms and developing a framework to overcome this
  • Working with industry to advance robust technologies capable of effectively detecting and countering swarms
  • Future priorities to support a layered defense against swarms
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    The Future is Now: the Applicability of High Energy Laser as a Drone Defeat Effector in an Integrated C-UAS System

    Mr Larry Satterfield

    Mr Larry Satterfield, Director, International Sales, BlueHalo

  • The importance of integrating hard kill effectors into an integrated C-UAS system to maximize drone defeat
  • The benefits that High Energy Lasers provide to the operator (counter-swarm, range, lower logistics burden)
  • HEL technology road map
  • Demonstrating the effectiveness of HEL in defeating drones
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    Latest Updates from the UK MOD: Advancing Robust Counter Drone Capabilities to Strengthen UK Air Defence

    Group Captain Gary Darby, Head UK Joint C-UAS Office, UK Ministry of Defence

  • Integrating advanced systems to improve counter drone efficacy
  • An overview of current UK MoD C-UAS projects: challenges and future priorities
  • Working with solution providers to tailor C-UAS responses to the operational needs of the UK Joint C-UAS Office
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    Drone Defense: The State of the Art

    Dr Nicholas Maniscalco, Chief Engineer, High Point Aerotechnologies

  • Tasked to defend the world’s most contested borders, deploy alongside U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, and protect the world’s busiest airports, HPA has witnessed first-hand the rapid change in the types of threats posed by autonomous systems. The use of inexpensive drones, once predominately a surveillance-only airborne platform, has proliferated into a common tool of warfare with extremely dangerous outcomes.
  • HPA is a software platform and hardware integration company that enables operators to economically employ a suite of best-in-class sensors and effectors using an open-architecture, modular, and scalable model, providing a security platform that can be rapidly customized for a specific mission set.
  • HPA partners with the world’s best hardware developers, including radars, LiDARs, RF signal detection, electronic deterrence and mitigation, and kinetic effectors.
  • Our SAWTOOTH, SHIELD, and CUTTHROAT systems are just three examples of HPA’s scalable, integrated platforms available today to protect our country and allies from asymmetric threats.
  • HPA’s systems have been integrated with multiple government and commercial Command and Control (C2) systems, demonstrating successful integration during field trials with multiple kinetic and non-kinetic effectors and enabling seamless, fully networked, advanced battle management and data transfer.
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    Networking Lunch



    Digital Radar Revolution

    Mr Brad Reeves, Director Radar & C-UAS Business, Elbit Systems America

  • Next Generation Radar Breakthrough
  • 20x faster revisit rate, 10,000 simultaneous tracks
  • Uniquely able to detect and track in Air, Ground and Surface, simultaneously
  • Clutter is never interfering with tracks, low false alarm rate
  • Exceptions Exceptional range performance and accuracy
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    Technical Standardisation and Interoperability: Key Insights into NATO’s Latest C-UAS Efforts

    Dr Cristian Coman, Senior Scientist, NCI Agency, NATO

  • Hosting technical interoperability exercises to enhance NATO’s air defence capabilities
  • Leveraging AI and integrating machine learning technologies within existing air defence systems to detect and identify drones
  • Developing a NATO doctrine to enable and facilitate standardisation of counter drone measures
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    Silicon Photonics based FMCW LiDAR for Ultra Long Range Applications Including C-UAS Systems

  • Introduction to FMCW LiDAR and brief comparison to TOF systems
  • Key advantages of an FMCW system, with examples of how it applies to C-UAS Detection •Review of some long-range experimental data
  • Potential use of the technology for Material Identification
  • Future developments to improve performance and expand reach to 5-10 Kilometers


  • Mr Mehdi Asghari, CEO, SilC Technologies, Inc.



    International Panel Discussion: Fostering International Cooperation to Enhance Counter UAS Protection

  • Developing and integrating interoperable C-UAS systems to enhance international protection against drones
  • Forging international partnerships to increase operational readiness and effectiveness amongst allies
  • Current challenges and priorities for enhancing future international cooperation
  • Major Michel K.C Koopman, C-UAS Program Manager, Royal Netherlands Air Force

    Warrant Officer Haiko Jan Kroeze

    Warrant Officer Haiko Jan Kroeze, Tactical Flight Officer / Coordinator UAS Operations, Royal Netherlands Military Police

    Mr Mario Behn, DEU VNC/Principal Scientist, Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, NCI, NATO

    Squadron Leader Hugo Piers Morris, SO2 Counter-small Uncrewed Air Systems, Project 6 Lead, Joint Effects, Programmes Directorate, British Army HQ

    Reserve Captain Andrus Padar

    Reserve Captain Andrus Padar, Expert of Remote Sensing Research and Development Centre & Head of S2 Section, Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, Estonian Cyber Defence League

    Lieutenant Colonel Rüdiger Rauch, Assistant Branch Chief, Strategy and Operations Directorate I 6, C-sUAS, Federal Ministry of Defense, Germany



    Afternoon Tea



    Implementing Ground-Based Air Defense Systems to Deter and Neutralise Drones

    Major Jason "Paddles" Dempsey, Counter UAS and GBAD Capabilities Integration Officer, Capabilities Development Directorate, Combat Development & Integration, US Marine Corps

  • I-CsUAS: Developing systems to protect Marine Corps installations and critical assets by detecting, tracking and defeating small UAS
  • Using machine learning and AI to constantly and autonomously analyze sensor data and enhance detection capabilities
  • Current challenges in integrating advanced C-sUAS technology and future priorities for the US Marine Corps
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    On Demand: Operationalizing C-sUAS Fight to Accomplish the Maneuver’s Mission in a UAS Contested Battlefield

    Lieutenant Colonel Emory J. Hayes, CsUAS Branch Chief, Robotic Requirements Division, Maneuver-Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate (MCDID)

  • The unique challenges and opportunities of maneuver formations vs the CsUAS fight we are used to
  • Threat sUAS in the Brigade’s space and CsUAS as a condition of the modern battlefield
  • If we could do (and afford) everything… what would CsUAS overmatch look like?
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    Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Dr Craig Robin, Chief Executive Officer, EO Solutions

    Program Executive Officer, Missiles and Space
    US Army
    Command and Control Systems Integrator
    Joint Counter Small Unmanned Aircraft Office (JCO)
    Senior Advisor
    Air and Missile Defence Cross-Functional Team
    45th Air Defense Artillery Commandant, Chief of Air Defense Artillery, and Deputy Commander
    Fires Centre of Excellence (FCOE) and Fort Sill, US Army Air Defense Artillery School
    Chief Executive Officer
    EO Solutions
    Senior Scientist
    NCI Agency, NATO
    Program Manager, HPEM Weapon System Transition, High Power Electromagnetics Division
    US Air Force Research Laboratory
    Deputy Capability Area Lead, Air and Missile Defense
    DEVCOM Aviation and Missile Center
    Chief Engineer
    High Point Aerotechnologies
    Head UK Joint C-UAS Office
    UK Ministry of Defence
    CsUAS Branch Chief, Robotic Requirements Division
    Maneuver-Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate (MCDID)
    Assistant Project Manager, AMP-HEL, Directed Energy Project Office (DEPO)
    US Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO)
    Assistant Branch Chief, Strategy and Operations Directorate I 6, C-sUAS
    Federal Ministry of Defense, Germany
    Counter UAS Branch Chief
    Project Manager Maneuver Systems (PM MAS), JPEO Armaments & Ammunition
    Counter UAS and GBAD Capabilities Integration Officer, Capabilities Development Directorate, Combat Development & Integration
    US Marine Corps
    C-UAS Program Manager
    Royal Netherlands Air Force
    Director Radar & C-UAS Business
    Elbit Systems America
    Director, C-UAS Program Management Office
    Department of Homeland Security
    Deputy National Intelligence Manager for Aviation
    National Intelligence Manager-Aviation (NIM-A), Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)
    Technical Surveillance Agent/Unmanned Aerial & CUAS Program Coordinator
    Virginia State Police
    Vice President, Aviation, Fires, & C5ISR Army Business Unit
    Chief Marketing Officer
    D-Fend Solutions Ltd.
    Director, International Sales
    Head of Business Development Surveillance Systems
    Weibel Scientific A/S
    EVP, Business Development and Sales
    Fortem Technologies
    Chief Commercial Officer (CCO)
    Robin Radar Systems BV
    DEU VNC/Principal Scientist, Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, NCI
    SilC Technologies, Inc.
    SHORAD/CUAS Mission Solutions and Strategy Sr. Manager
    Northrop Grumman
    Unit Chief, Surveillance and Emerging Technology Unit
    Associate Director & Associate Fellow, Missile Defense Project
    Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
    Managing Director
    Aaronia AG
    Policy and Regulation Division Manager
    Federal Aviation Administration
    Senior Director of Business Development- Federal/Civilian/Defense Pursuits
    High Point Aerotechnologies
    Deputy Director, Unmanned Systems Technology
    Emerging Technologies, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD R&E)
    VP Sales
    Advanced Protection Systems SA
    General Engineer
    National Nuclear Security Administration, US Department of Energy
    Head of C-sUAS
    Edgesource Corporation
    Deputy Chief, CUAS Division
    US Air Forces Central (AFCENT/A3B)
    Expert of Remote Sensing Research and Development Centre & Head of S2 Section
    Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, Estonian Cyber Defence League
    SO2 Counter-small Uncrewed Air Systems, Project 6 Lead
    Joint Effects, Programmes Directorate, British Army HQ
    National cUAS Coordinator
    U.S. Border Patrol
    Tactical Flight Officer / Coordinator UAS Operations
    Royal Netherlands Military Police

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    Sponsors and Exhibitors



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    Attending Organizations


    Past Attendee list




    Past Speaker Presentation - Sarah Parker


    Past Speaker Presentation - Jamey Jacob


    Past Speaker Presentation - LTC(P) Adam Miller


    Past Speaker Presentation - Brett Wade


    Past Speaker Presentation - Mr. David W. Goldstein


    Past Speaker Presentation - Col Brian J. Neff


    Past Speaker Presentation - Don Kelly


    Past Speaker Presentation - Mr Brad Pasho


    Past Speaker Presentation - Zohar Halachmi


    Past Speaker Presentation - Phillipe Hebert


    Past Speaker Presentation - Richard Ast


    Past Speaker Presentation - Leo McCloskey


    Past Speaker Presentation - Jeffrey Tipton COL (Ret)


    Past Speaker Presentation -Colonel Tony Behrens


    Past Speaker Presentation- Joint C-sUAS Office


    Past Speaker Presentation - Lars Krogh Vammen


    Sponsors and Exhibitors


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    "So far, this is the best system that I and the other units have seen and experienced," shared one of the Ukrainian commanders.


    Gold Sponsor

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    Gold Sponsor

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    Gold Sponsor

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    High Point Aerotech

    Gold Sponsor

    High Point Aerotech is a technology company providing autonomous layered defense and robotic systems for multi-mission capabilities. We are at the cutting edge of modern defense, developing systems which are scalable, interoperable, open, and integrated directly into civil and military systems. Our systems have been tested, trusted, and scaled by military and civilian organizations in over 15 countries around the world to defend against UxS and emerging autonomous threats.

    Northrop Grumman Corporation

    Gold Sponsor

    Northrop Grumman is a leading global aerospace and defense technology company. Our pioneering solutions equip our customers with the capabilities they need to connect and protect the world, and push the boundaries of human exploration across the universe. Driven by a shared purpose to solve our customers’ toughest problems, our 95,000 employees define possible every day.

    Weibel Scientific A/S

    Gold Sponsor

    Weibel Scientific is a high-tech radar company that since the 1970s has been dedicated to provide precision data for user all over the world. The modern day company develops and produces a wide range of tactical and instrumentation X-band Doppler-based radars, utilizing CW, MFCW and FMCW waveforms for small object detection and tracking with high resolution in both the velocity and range domain. Weibel Scientific’s portfolio ranges from small muzzle velocity radars to radars for the full IAMD spectrum. The technology covers applications from counter drone operations around high value targets through SHORAD/LLAD to air surveillance radars for GBAD and upper tier air defense applications and BMD capable radars. Throughout the last 40 years, Weibel has provided more than 5000 radars to more than 50 countries.

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    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Barfield, Inc. a US company, is a leader in the MRO aerospace industry. It delivers support solutions to aircraft operators, repair, exchanges, asset management, subcontracting, sales. A trusted name in the US aviation industry for over 75 years, has entered a strategic partnership with Cerbair, a leading French counter-drone company.

    CERBAIR secures its clients near airspace with high-tech solutions. To cope with the asymmetrical threat posed by drones; aims at democratizing high performing solutions to protect the many, with its unique approach. Counter UAS systems are among the best solutions to detect, characterize, identify, and neutralize any drones using radio frequencies with GCS or GPS.

    Cerbair – with its Hydra 300, will be demonstrating, the detection and direction. Will detect drones Nato classification Class I Professional & Commercial drones (small, Mini/Micro)

    The demonstration will take place December, Thursday 07, of this year, at: Xelevate LLC 140 B Purcellville Gateway Dr. #126 Purcellville, VA 20132 https://xelevateus.com/

    any further questions or need additional information, don't hesitate to reach out to: Neiver Guevara neiver.guevara@barfieldinc.com or 305-926-9864 – if goes to voice mail, please leave a message.

    Black River Systems AND OWT Global

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Black River Systems Company is an employee-owned small business founded in 1996 and headquartered in Utica, NY. Black River is the OEM for the Ninja C-sUAS - a RF solution that passively detects, tracks, classifies, and defeats hostile Group 1 & 2 sUAS. The Ninja C-sUAS are widely deployed operationally CONUS and OCONUS. Black River’s expertise is R&D for the collection, processing, exploitation, and dissemination of intelligence products and rapid transitioning for operational users in the Defense and Intelligence communities. It includes cyber, SIGINT, geolocation, Moving Target Indicator (MTI) tracking, data fusion and exploitation, sensor resource management, machine learning, modeling and simulation, and end-to-end systems analysis. www.blackriversystems.com

    OWT Global is a Small Business headquartered in Tampa, Florida, and is a recognized expert in technical project management, testing, operations, maintenance, training, and prototype maturation of Unmanned Systems (UxS), Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) payloads, and Air Domain Awareness and Defense(ADAD) solutions for U.S. Government customers. Founded in 2010, OWT employs 86 personnel (97% veterans) with extensive experience supporting Department of Defense (DoD) and the Intelligence Community (IC) with worldwide mission support. Our personnel are selectively recruited from the operational community providing both strategic and tactical vantage points, coupled with a pedigree of understanding Airspace Authorities, Unmanned Systems, and Payload Operations. www.owtglobal.com

    D-Fend Solutions Ltd.

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    D-Fend Solutions is the leading counter-drone takeover technology provider, enabling full control, safety and continuity during rogue drone incidents across complex and sensitive environments, to overcome both current and emerging drone threats. With hundreds of deployments worldwide, EnforceAir, the company’s flagship offering, focuses on the most dangerous drone threats in military, public safety, airport, prison, major event and critical infrastructure environments. D-Fend Solutions’ technology has been chosen as best-in-class and is in deployment at top-tier U.S. government agencies – including with U.S. military, federal law enforcement and homeland security – as well as major international airports globally. EnforceAir autonomously executes RF, cyber-takeovers of rogue drones for a safe landing and outcome, ensuring the smooth flow of communications, commerce, transportation and everyday life.

    Elbit Systems of America

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Elbit Systems of America, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, is a leading provider of high-performance products, system solutions, and support services focusing on the defense, homeland security, law enforcement, commercial aviation, and medical instrumentation markets. With facilities throughout the U.S., Elbit Systems of America is dedicated to supporting those who contribute daily to the safety and security of the United States. Elbit America has made significant corporate investments in products including ReDrone and the MATR-X radar to field technologies capable of countering large numbers of small, fast moving smarming drones and other low-flying threats. Elbit Systems of America, LLC is wholly owned by Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: ESLT and TASE: ESLT), a global high technology company engaged in a wide range of programs for innovative defense and commercial applications. For additional information, visit: www.ElbitAmerica.com or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.

    Fortem Technologies

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Fortem Technologies is the leader in airspace awareness, security, and defense for detecting and defeating dangerous drones. Through an advanced, end to end system of distributed radar, AI at the Edge, deep sensor integration, and autonomous drone capture, Fortem monitors and defends the world’s venues, infrastructures, cities, and regions. The same system is accelerating the safety of the world’s airspace for urban air mobility.

    MSI Defense Solutions

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    MSI Defense Solutions rapidly deploys ground-breaking techniques and the latest technologies to mission critical defense programs. MSI accomplishes accelerated manufacturing timelines to quickly design, engineer, and deliver capabilities for numerous systems – suspension, mechanical design and integration, communications infrastructures, command and control, electronic controls, mechatronics and as an ATF FFL Level 9 holder, weapon systems, and C-UAS integrations.


    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    RAJANT KINETIC MESH® NETWORKS are battle-tested wireless military networks for mission-critical applications. Federal, military and defense personnel continually grapple with the complexities of establishing and maintaining broadband connectivity in remote and often hostile environments —but wireless military mesh network capability is extremely critical for situation awareness, tactical strategies, convoy communications, and more. https://rajant.com/markets/federal-military-civilian/

    Robin Radar Systems

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Robin Radar Systems is a Netherlands-based technology leader in radar systems for tracking and classification of small targets. Combining affordable sensors with smart software, Robin provides actionable information to increase safety and security with its specialised bird and drone radars. Robin’s advanced drone detection radars are used at airports, and for protecting critical infrastructure, military installations, and security events the world over. Our flagship counter-drone radar, IRIS®, has the capacity to detect and track rogue drones, automatically distinguishing them from birds with full 360° coverage; providing essential support for military operations and VIP events. Robin’s installed base of radars is over 140 and counting. For more info visit www.robinradar.com


    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    On a mission to enable machines to see like humans, SiLC Technologies is bringing forth its deep expertise in silicon photonics to advance market deployment of FMCW LiDAR solutions. The company’s breakthrough 4D+ Eyeonic Chip integrates all photonics functions needed to enable a coherent vision sensor, offering a tiny footprint while addressing the need for low cost and low power. SiLC’s innovations are targeted to C-UAS, robotics, autonomous vehicles, biometrics, perimeter security, industrial automation, and other leading markets.

    SiLC was founded in 2018 by silicon photonics industry veterans with decades of commercial product development and manufacturing experience. SiLC’s 4D LiDAR chip has been recognized by Frost & Sullivan as ideally positioned to disrupt the global LiDAR market and the company has been named a Cool Vendor in Silicon Photonics by Gartner. Investors in SiLC include Dell Technology Capital, Sony Innovation Fund by IGV, FLUXUNIT – ams OSRAM Ventures, UMC Capital, Alter Ventures and Epson.

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    CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development’. It is essentially a philosophy, which maintains that in order to be effective, learning should be organised and structured. The most common definition is:

    ‘A commitment to structured skills and knowledge enhancement for Personal or Professional competence’

    CPD is a common requirement of individual membership with professional bodies and Institutes. Increasingly, employers also expect their staff to undertake regular CPD activities.

    Undertaken over a period of time, CPD ensures that educational qualifications do not become obsolete, and allows for best practice and professional standards to be upheld.

    CPD can be undertaken through a variety of learning activities including instructor led training courses, seminars and conferences, e:learning modules or structured reading.


    There are approximately 470 institutes in the UK across all industry sectors, with a collective membership of circa 4 million professionals, and they all expect their members to undertake CPD.

    For some institutes undertaking CPD is mandatory e.g. accountancy and law, and linked to a licence to practice, for others it’s obligatory. By ensuring that their members undertake CPD, the professional bodies seek to ensure that professional standards, legislative awareness and ethical practices are maintained.

    CPD Schemes often run over the period of a year and the institutes generally provide online tools for their members to record and reflect on their CPD activities.


    Professional bodies and Institutes CPD schemes are either structured as ‘Input’ or ‘Output’ based.

    ‘Input’ based schemes list a precise number of CPD hours that individuals must achieve within a given time period. These schemes can also use different ‘currencies’ such as points, merits, units or credits, where an individual must accumulate the number required. These currencies are usually based on time i.e. 1 CPD point = 1 hour of learning.

    ‘Output’ based schemes are learner centred. They require individuals to set learning goals that align to professional competencies, or personal development objectives. These schemes also list different ways to achieve the learning goals e.g. training courses, seminars or e:learning, which enables an individual to complete their CPD through their preferred mode of learning.

    The majority of Input and Output based schemes actively encourage individuals to seek appropriate CPD activities independently.

    As a formal provider of CPD certified activities, SAE Media Group can provide an indication of the learning benefit gained and the typical completion. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the delegate to evaluate their learning, and record it correctly in line with their professional body’s or employers requirements.


    Increasingly, international and emerging markets are ‘professionalising’ their workforces and looking to the UK to benchmark educational standards. The undertaking of CPD is now increasingly expected of any individual employed within today’s global marketplace.

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