Post Tagged with: "Unmanned Aerial Vehicle"

Elbit Performs Joint Flight Missions Of Hermes 450 And Hermes 900

Elbit Performs Joint Flight Missions Of Hermes 450 And Hermes 900

Elbit Systems has successfully performed a series of joint flight missions of its Hermes 450 and Hermes 900 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). The two different UAS were controlled and operated from the same universal ground control station (UGCS), transmitting the […]


Growing Demand For Real-Time Aerial Video Intelligence

Growing Demand For Real-Time Aerial Video Intelligence

The Swedish aerial video exploitation software firm Imint and US- based L-3 Communications Systems-West are partnering to provide enhanced video intelligence exploitation from airborne surveillance. L-3 Communication Systems-West will offer Imint’s unique Ihvert real-time video enhancement and exploitation software as […]


US, Colombian Marines Conduct Tactical UAV Exchange

US, Colombian Marines Conduct Tactical UAV Exchange

Colombia: U.S. Marines from a Security Cooperation Task Force (SCTF) held a tactical unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) subject matter expert exchange (SMEE) with Colombian marines from Colombian counter-intelligence aboard the Colombian Marine Infantry Training Base, Feb. 2. The SCTF is […]


Saab Delivers UCAV Fuselage to France

Saab Delivers UCAV Fuselage to France

After six years of planning, design, and production, Saab has now delivered the fuselage for Neuron, the European UAV demonstrator, to the primary contractor Dassault Aviation. Neuron is a European collaboration project to develop a UCAV demonstrator, Unmanned Combat Aerial […]


Bat-winged drone bomber in test flight: US Navy

Bat-winged drone bomber in test flight: US Navy

A robotic, bat-winged bomber designed to take off from a US aircraft carrier has passed its first test in a debut flight in California, the US Navy said. The X-47B jet, which looks like a smaller version of the B-2 […]


New US drone spy cameras fail Air Force test: study

New US drone spy cameras fail Air Force test: study

A much-touted new camera system for US unmanned aircraft that is supposed to bolster surveillance efforts in Afghanistan has proved ineffective in tests, a US Air Force report concluded. The surveillance system, dubbed Gorgon Stare after the mythical Greek creature […]


Army expanding UAS fleet, speeding up delivery

Army expanding UAS fleet, speeding up delivery

The Army is speeding up delivery of some of its newer Unmanned Aircraft System assets such as the Gray Eagle and expanding the size and range of its overall fleet to include a Family of Small UAS and a Vertical-Take-Off-and-Landing […]


Gray Eagle UAS program expanding

Gray Eagle UAS program expanding

Despite Defense budget constraints, the Army’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are growing, especially the Gray Eagle program. “And with the budget movements afoot for the 2012 Fiscal Year, we will accelerate the Gray Eagle from two companies per year to […]


Hunter UAS Reaches 100k Flight Hours Operational Milestone

Hunter UAS Reaches 100k Flight Hours Operational Milestone

Northrop Grumman Corporation’s Hunter Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), in use with the U.S. Army since 1996, recently surpassed 100,000 flight hours in service, more than 72,000 of which were flown in combat. The MQ-5B Hunter, which is currently deployed supporting […]


 
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