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Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has recently conducted a series of successful demonstrations of its tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for various potential customers. IAI’s ‘Ghost’ UAS has demonstrated its versatility and high maneuverability in support for ISR Missions in urban warfare. In addition, various international customers have been interested in using the ‘Ghost’ for potential [...]
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones have repeatedly proved their worth in recent conflicts. Drones have certain inherent advantages over manned platforms, motivating the interest of military forces and driving the market for military drones. Despite projections for a substantial increase in spending on UAVs, reduced military expenditure by the United States is causing uncertainty [...]
The U.S. Army is moving along with a series of upgrades and technological improvements to its Unmanned Aerial System platforms, or UAS, Program Office officials said April 3. The UAS improvements are part of a broader effort to bring increased sensing and surveillance capability to deployed forces, officials said at the Army Aviation Association of [...]
Joint Venture agreement signed: Cassidian takes 51%, Rheinmetall takes 49% share Cooperation on tactical UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems), medium-altitude UAS and cargo loading systems Rheinmetall and Cassidian have agreed to pursue Rheinmetall’s Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) activities together in a Joint Venture. It was agreed in a contract that Cassidian should hold 51 percent and [...]
WASHINGTON: The Army’s fast approaching one million hours of unmanned aviation flight with its unmanned aerial systems. “Right now it looks like we’ll hit probably one million total hours sometime next month,” said Col. Christopher Carlile, director, United States Army Unmanned Aircraft Systems Center of Excellence. “But it’ll take us to around September or October [...]
The Canadian, French, German and Australian air forces and the Spanish army have all chosen to employ Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to support their troops fighting in Afghanistan. The Canadian and the French air forces have both utilized IAI’s Heron UAS, while the Spanish army uses IAI’s Searcher III UAS. In [...]