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DSEI 2019: UK MoD outlines C-UAS demand signals

13th September 2019 - 18:00 GMT | by Andrew White in London


Officials from the UK Ministry of Defence’s (MoD) C-sUAS team have challenged industry to provide greater capability for armed forces operating in austere conditions.

According to Wg Cdr Rob Wilson, head of the Royal Air Force’s C-sUAS programme, the MoD is seeking technology to support urban operations especially, including user requirements for man-wearable and on-the-move solutions.

Citing a series of examples to delegates at DSEI on 13 September, Wilson described how the MoD remains in the ‘understand’ phase of its C-sUAS strategy, before highlighting how the organisation had not witnessed ‘many systems capable of working in near peer ...

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