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Emerging Technologies UAS Asymmetric Threat Symposium


2nd Annual Emerging Technologies UAS Asymmetric Threat Symposium

Exploring, Synchronizing and Assessing Emerging Asymmetric Unmanned and Autonomous Threats

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Sponsored by National Counter Terrorism Center (NCTC)

Hosted by Unmanned Systems Research Institute (USRI) Oklahoma State University (OSU)


This government only symposium and workshop will provide government agencies at the federal, state, and local level with details on current C-UAS issues and discuss tactics and strategies fo rhandling the new and growing threat. Speakers will include academic, industry, and government leaders active in the field of C-UAS, as well as threat demonstrations.


Featured sessions include:

  • Tactical Uses of UAS Around the World
  • COTS vs. Custom Systems
  • C-UAS Case Studies in the Field  Homeland and Abroad
  • Present and Future of Counter  UAS Technology Detect and Defeat Systems   
  • The Future Threat – A Look Ahead
  • Flight Demonstrations (at OSU Unmanned Aircraft Fight Station)


ATTENTION - please send classified visit request to SMO code 0U784

   POC Dr. Toni Shaklee.

Shaklee, Toni

Event Dates and Locations

Summit: April 28 – 30, 2020, Conoco Phillips Alumni Center, 


Oklahoma State University Campus, Stillwater OK 

SpeedFest UAS Competition: April 25, 


OSU Unmanned Aircraft Flight Station, Stillwater OK

Classified Only Briefing Day: April 28

Networking Reception: April 28, Stillwater OK

General Briefing Day: April 29

Flight Demonstration Day: April 30, 


OSU Unmanned Aircraft Flight Station, Stillwater OK

Sponsored by the National Counter Terrorism Center and hosted by the Oklahoma State University Unmanned Systems Research Institute.

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