BPN990: Anti-Drone Radar-Guided Micromissiles


Since drones can be flown remotely or autonomously and can navigate dangerous environments without any risk to human operators, they are attractive for military applications, including surveillance, reconnaissance, and combat missions. At the same time, enemy drones pose a growing serious threat to civilians and soldiers. Current anti-drone warfare is either inaccurate, expensive, or large in size, so this project aims to build a low-cost, crayon-sized radar-guided microrocket to target drones up to 100 m away.

Project currently funded by: Membership Fees

Carson Spoo
Cedric Murphy
Jenna Dickman
Asa Garner
Eric Yang
Publication date: 
February 12, 2024
Publication type: 
BSAC Project Materials (Current)
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