As a market that is evolving as the use of unmanned aircraft expands, the business of countering the threat from drones also is maturing. Demand is stratifying into layers of capabilities ranging from surveillance systems that alert commercial entities to drone activity to lethal systems that let military forces shoot them down.  “We have seen the market develop quickly,” says Mark Radford, CEO of Blighter Surveillance, one of a trio of small British companies that has ...

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