NATO tests counter drone technology to demonstrate interoperability between different systems

The recent Technical Interoperability Exercise (TIE22) by members of NATO carried out in the Netherlands and supported by the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) demonstrated Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems (C-UAS) to test whether systems from industry within NATO can work together to counter the threats posed by drones.

The NCI Agency supports the development of interoperability between NATO counter-drone systems and seeks standardisation. Interoperability ensures that NATO can use the best technologies from across the alliance together to resist the threats posed by drones.

Among participants, OpenWorks Engineering demonstrated its net capture capability SkyWall Patrol and autonomous optics SkyTrack at the NATO exercise in Vredepeel. Both systems are designed to be easy to integrate and SAPIENT compliant.

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