Radicalization of Airspace Security: Prospects and Botheration of Drone Defense System Technology


Drone defense
Anti-drone system
cyber physical system
Artificial Intelligence

How to Cite

Ajakwe, S., Kim, D. S., & Lee, J.-M. (2023). Radicalization of Airspace Security: Prospects and Botheration of Drone Defense System Technology. The Journal of Intelligence, Conflict, and Warfare, 6(1), 23–48. https://doi.org/10.21810/jicw.v6i1.5274


The development of a comprehensive and decisive drone defense integrated control system that can provide maximum security is crucial for maintaining territorial integrity and accelerating smart aerial mobility to sustain the emerging drone transportation system (DTS) for priority-based logistics and mobile communication. This study explores recent developments in the design of robust drone defense control systems that can observe and respond not only to drone attacks inside and outside a facility but also to equipment data such as CCTV security control on the ground and security sensors in the facility at a glance. Also, it considered DDS strategies, schema, and innovative security setups in different regions. Finally, open research issues in DDs designs are discussed, and useful recommendations are provided. Effective means for drone source authentication, delivery package verification, operator authorization, and dynamic scenario-specific engagement are solicited for comprehensive DDS design for maximum security

Received: 2023-03-07

Revised: 2023-04-27

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Copyright (c) 2023 Simeon Okechukwu Ajakwe, Dong-Seong Kim, and Jae Min Lee


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