Defense Systems

DARPA wants air traffic control for low-flying drones
Defense Systems
Military commanders don't have to see a high-flying plane or unmanned aerial system to know where it is. The military equivalent of the air traffic control system lets them know its location and direction. The same goes for smaller, mid-altitude planes
DARPA wants an 'Aerial Dragnet' to track drones flying over citiesTechworm
Keeping a Watchful Eye on Low-Flying Unmanned Aerial Systems in Cities – DarpaDarpa

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