Detect, Track, Identify & Mitigate: Advancing CUAS Deployment for US Multi-Domain Dominance

Following the Army’s down selection of eight Counter-Drone systems for utilization across the Joint Force, it is now more imperative than ever to collaborate with senior C-UAS stakeholders and leaders in order to understand your place in this burgeoning market place.

What is without a doubt the largest response to meet the emerging sUAS threat, the standing up of the Joint Counter-small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Office presents a unified response to one of the most widely proliferated threats across multiple mission sets & domains of warfare, but there is still much to be done.

With a keen focus on CUAS operations across the US Military, Federal Government, Critical Infrastructure, public sector, and other soft  target areas, IDGA’ CUAS Summit will provide you the unique opportunity to network, connect, and learn from those leading substantive change across Counter-UAS on a global scale.

We look forward to you joining us at the United States’ most preeminent CUAS Summit! 




2021 Focus Areas to Include:

JCO Updates & Current Lines of Effort

Overview of CUAS Deployments 

Critical National Infrastructure Protection

Updates on the rapidly evolving legal and authority landscape

International Partner Efforts across CUAS 

International Police Priorities for CUAS 

DTI Initiatives for Improved Capability  

NATO CUAS Efforts 

Breakout Rooms for Unique 1 on 1 Experiences

The Blue Drone Initiative

Counter UAS Expert Speakers Include:

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Countering the Drone Threat

The increased affordability and availability of recreational drone aircraft has introduced a whole host of new, unprecedented security concerns for the DoD. Read more about the the DoD plans to invest an additional $1.5 billion over the course of 2019 into the development, testing and application of cutting-edge counter- UAS systems.