DoD Wants Innovation to Counter Drone Swarms

860x394 (1)

Department of Defense officials are increasingly concerned about the threat of autonomous drone \ swarms across multiple domains and are seeking new technology solutions, ranging from sensors to counter-artificial intelligence systems, to help defeat them.

In a special notice issued Monday, DOD officials outlined plans for an Innovation Outreach Solutions Meeting to be held with industry this summer to identify new tools to help defend against multi- and cross-domain Uncrewed Systems, or UxS, that could attack from the air, sea and both above and below ground.

More News & Insights

Instagram Podcast 5.31.23 V2

Building the Base Episode 29: Billy Thalheimer

In this episode, Hondo, Lauren, and Billy discuss the intersection of national security and public/private cooperation. They delve into the development of a full-scale sea glider prototype that can carry…

Foreign Aid In Afghanistan, January 2023 Edited

International Institutions Confront Taliban Troubles

International leaders are struggling to manage a Taliban-ruled Afghanistan; they are torn between their commitment to alleviate Afghans’ suffering and their reluctance to legitimize a Taliban government that violates its…

Taskfroce153 Scaled 1536x864

U.S. Launches New Task Force in Middle East to Train Naval Partners

“This task force enables the United States to have less direct focus on this naval harassment campaign by building up the skills of local navies that will offset the security…

Receive BENS news and insights in your inbox.