The US Navy is looking for a drone equipped with artificial intelligence to...
- Improving airfield repairs with AI drones
- US evaluates MQ-9 Reaper capabilities during Combat Hammer
- IAI demonstrates Air Hopper unmanned helicopter’s capabilities
- BAE Systems and Cranfield University develop dual-mode UAVs for armed forces
- US AFRL conducts ground-based testing of diesel engine for unmanned aircraft
Improving airfield repairs with AI drones
The US Navy is looking for a drone equipped with artificial intelligence to speed up the repair of damaged airfields. Claire Apthorp looks at the current airfield maintenance process to find out where the weaknesses lie, and ask how intelligent unmanned systems could improve the speed and efficiency of repairs.
US evaluates MQ-9 Reaper capabilities during Combat Hammer
US airmen have successfully flown the MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicles during Operation Combat Hammer to evaluate their performance.
VSR700 Rotary-Wing UAV
The VSR700 (Vertivision Surveillance Rotorcraft 700) vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) tactical unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is being developed jointly by Airbus Helicopters and Helicopteres Guimbal.
Security Features for Solid State Drives in Defence Applications
There are various methods for data protection and elimination in Flash solid state drives (SSDs), depending on the security level required within each application.
IAI demonstrates Air Hopper unmanned helicopter’s capabilities
Israel Aerospace Industries' (IAI) Air Hopper unmanned helicopter and autonomous tactical system has completed a proof of concept demonstration for the Israel Defence Force.
BAE Systems and Cranfield University develop dual-mode UAVs for armed forces
BAE Systems and Cranfield University have launched a new technology concept that involves unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
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