Counter UAS Technology USA 2022 Announcement: MARSS to Deliver Briefing on NiDAR CUAS COMPACT
NiDAR CUAS COMPACT is MARSS Group’s latest Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) threat detection and tracking system. It is an out-of-the-box air surveillance system, offering the latest in Counter-UAS (CUAS) capabilities for reliable threat detection, classification and protection against drones and unmanned vehicles.
SAE Media Group has announced MARSS as the Lead Sponsor for the 2nd Annual Counter UAS Technology Conference, taking place on December 5-6, 2022, at the Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport, Arlington, VA.
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MARSS’ senior representative Jeff Tipton will be the first industry speaker on the agenda.
‘MARSS NIDAR C2: BEST OF BREED’
- MARSS seamlessly integrates sensors and effectors into NiDAR C2 for optimum and actionable counter UAS
- MARSS NiDAR Sensor Fusion incorporates 15+ years of AI / ML Research and practical Real-World operations into every system
- MARSS has multiple proven CUAS and Surveillance systems in service now
Attendees will be able to visit MARSS’ booth to discover more about its products and/or services during dedicated networking lunches and breaks, as well as in its evening networking reception after Day 1 of the conference.
The latest conference stats include:
- 43+ expert speakers
- Two interactive panel discussions
- Nations in attendance: Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Israel, Monaco, Netherlands, Poland, the UK, the USA, and NATO.
- 240+ delegates in the room
This meeting will focus on the major challenges in current and emerging technologies related to CUAS technology including the priorities, developments and solutions to protect us from UAS proliferation.
Counter UAS Technology USA 2022
Lead Sponsor: MARSS
Gold Sponsors: Advanced Protection Systems | Echodyne | ESG | Kirintec | Ninja | Weibel Doppler Radars
Sponsor & Exhibitors: Axient | Amentum | CACI | Convexum | D-FEND Solutions | Fortem Technologies | Robin Radar Systems | ECS & TCI | University of North Dakota