US Air Mobility Command seeks industry support to enable airborne counter-UAS capabilities

The US Air Force Air Force Air Mobility Command (AMC) is seeking information on concepts and technologies related to an on‑aircraft Counter-Small Unmanned Aircraft System (C-sUAS) capability.  AMC is conducting an analysis to evaluate potential Counter-small Unmanned Aircraft System (C-sUAS) solutions for integration onboard AMC fixed-wing airborne platforms to enhance aircrew situational awareness of other s-UAS operating in the proximity of the aircraft.

According to the request for information

“AMC is interested in information on concepts and technologies that:

  1. Represent full or partial on-aircraft C-sUAS capability solutions. Partial capability solutions could include those that only satisfy a sub-set of the desired C-sUAS functions (e.g., only detect, track, and identify sUAS; no defeat); or are otherwise limited (e.g., operable only in-flight or during certain environmental conditions).
  2. Have been demonstrated on an airborne platform or have been used on other mobile platforms (e.g., ground vehicle), with the potential for future integration onboard an airborne platform with additional development.

Deadline for responses is 28 August, 2024.

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