NCI Agency and Netherlands’ MoD conduct Nato’s C-UAS exercise TIE22

The NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency has conducted NATO ’s live-testing counter-uncrewed aircraft systems (C-UAS) exercise Technical Interoperability 2022 (TIE22).

The exercise took place in Vredepeel, the Netherlands.

It was hosted in collaboration with the Netherlands Ministry of Defence (MoD).

Held between 13 and 23 September, the counter-drone exercise included more than 250 participants along with 90 visitors.

According to NCI Agency, the objective of this exercise is to address the airspace security challenges.

TIE22 supports NCI Agency’s efforts to assess and develop machine learning (ML) and AI-based counter-UAS technologies that can detect unauthorized drones to safeguard the airspace of NATO allied and partner nations.

Similar technologies were tested during the latest iteration of the exercise.

The exercise involved more than 30 companies and organisations demonstrating the capability of their C-UAS systems during the live testing scenarios.

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