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See the latest unmanned aerial vehicle news & technical articles from Military Aerospace & Electronics.

  1. DARPA seeks technologies to improve infantry effectiveness against unseen, unconventional enemy

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    Thu, 26 Feb 2015

    systems, and to enable robots operating with the squad to maneuver as members of the squad formation. A small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), for example, could operate 100 to 200 feet above and in front of the squad to track squad members and

  2. Air Force asks Northrop Grumman to beef-up cyber security for BACN battlefield communications

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    Wed, 18 Feb 2015

    Department of Defense (DOD). The BACN is an electronic payload aboard the Air Force RQ-4 Global Hawk large unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), as well as manned aircraft. The BACN uses the Airborne Executive Processor (AEP) to enable a persistent

  1. Air Force to buy Raytheon multispectral UAV sensor payloads for Reaper hunter-killer drone

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    Mon, 9 Feb 2015

    many as 49 MST-B multispectral targeting systems from the Raytheon Co. for the MQ-9 Reaper hunter-killer unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Raytheon’s MTS-B multispectral targeting system provides electro-optical, infrared, laser designation

  2. Raytheon to provide Multispectral Targeting Systems to Australian navy in $10.5 million contract

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    Wed, 11 Feb 2015

    to the C-130 fixed-wing aircraft, and the medium-altitude long-endurance MQ-9 Reaper hunter-killer unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The MTS offers a combination of sensors that include multiple-wavelength sensors; near-infrared

  3. General Atomics to build 24 MQ-9 Block 5 Reaper attack drones in $279.1 million Air Force contract

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    Thu, 5 Feb 2015

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio, 5 Feb. 2015. Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designers at General Atomics in Poway, Calif., will provide the U.S. Air Force with 24 MQ-9 Block 5 Reaper attack

  4. Unmanned aerial vehicle market to exceed $13 Billion by 2014

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    Tue, 15 Apr 2008

    2008. The global war on terrorism has prompted the United States to pump significant amounts of money into its unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) programs, asserts Forecast International analyst Larry Dickerson. Dickerson says the market for UAV

  5. DARPA moves ahead with project to develop unmanned aerial vehicle that stays aloft for five years

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    Fri, 23 Oct 2009

    Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in Arlington, Va., are taking another step in developing an unmanned aerial vehicle ( UAV ) able to stay aloft and on station for as long as five years to act as an electronic sensor and military

  6. Ascent solar modules to be designed into hybrid unmanned aerial vehicle

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    Sat, 30 May 2009

    Technologies Inc.'s flexible thin-film photovoltaic modules will be designed into the development of a hybrid unmanned aerial vehicle (H-UAV), the Silent Sentinel developed by Bye Aerospace Inc. The H-UAV will be designed primarily for

  7. Mercury introduces unmanned aerial vehicle solution for remote-sensing applications

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    Sun, 21 Jan 2007

    Reconnaissance) unmanned aircraft system (UAS) with ground station, integrated VistaNav synthetic vision system, small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), and various electronic sensor systems. Designed to improve operational mission capabilities for airborne

  8. Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicle avionics run by COTS computers

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    Wed, 23 Dec 2009

    has a vehicle management computer (VMC). The unmanned aerial vehicle ( UAV ) is autonomous with a pre-programmed ..... automatic landing and takeoff capabilities for unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) systems operating from shipboard and