Malicious and negligent drone users
present a significant risk to public security and safety

For the past several years, commercially available drones have been repurposed in combat zones to deliver targeted destruction with accuracy. As we saw recently in Venezuela, believing that this threat is unique to warzones is ignoring the truth—repurposed drones are being seen increasingly closer to US borders, and it’s only a matter of time before a repurposed drone is deployed against civilian and high-interest targets (e.g. power plants, football games, concert venues) in the US.

Counter-UAS technology is not a sufficient answer.

Given the limitations of current counter-UAS technology and legislation, counter-UAS tactics and training built on military best practices have proven more effective against malicious UAS threats than technology alone. redUAS is made up of former military members and first responders with unique first-hand knowledge of how drones are being employed for military operations, emergency services, and for homeland security. The company is made up of combat-proven drone professionals with real-world counter-UAS experience who can help customers gain a true understanding of the threat, and works with partners to develop employable C-UAS Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). We offer clients counter-UAS services, consultation, and training. We are hardware agnostic, which means we can assist clients with technology selection, utilizing a deep bench of experience in test and evaluation to help choose the appropriate technology for a given environment and use case.

Our Credentials. redUAS has been chosen to develop and deliver C-UAS training for our nation's first responders through a contract as part of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium, which will assist first responders and emergency management professionals around the globe develop an organized and practiced response to malicious and negligent drones operating within their areas of responsibility. 

Our experts also serve on the Department of Homeland Security's Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council, assisting our nation's leaders with understanding and mitigating the threat posed by malicious drone users.

As recognized leaders in the C-UAS industry, we are tapped to speak at industry events, participate in panels, and consult on Counter-UAS developments. Get in touch to learn more. 

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The threat is real

The Department of Homeland Security warned May 9, 2018: "Some terrorist groups overseas are using battlefield experiences to pursue new technologies and tactics, such as unmanned aerial systems ... that could be used outside the conflict zones."

The time to prepare is now.

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