Drones are already a danger on the battlefield, and “large-scale adversarial swarms” are now an “imminent threat” according to Isaac Kaminer, an engineering professor at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School who is an expert in the subject of swarming and counter swarming tactics. Kaminer’s work suggests that stopping a swarm is not simply a matter of throwing enough missiles or bullets at it; instead, the swarm has to be outsmarted. And his team is setting out to discover how a swarm’s intelligence can be used against it.
Find out more in this piece of mine in Forbes — The U.S. Navy Plans To Foil Massive ‘Super Swarm’ Drone Attacks By Using The Swarm’s Intelligence Against Itself (forbes.com)