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UAS

(Unmanned Aircraft System) See UAV.
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This approach requires direct interaction between UAS Operators and maneuver Soldiers.
Dash founded UAS Labs in 1979 to manufacture and market probiotics in the U.
commercial world, UAS will be increasingly employed for tasks as diverse
Since its initiation in 2006, DOIs UAS program is the recognized leader in safe and responsible use of UAS technology for our many land management programs, said Harry Humbert, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Safety, Resource Protection, and Emergency Services.
MDA's UAS service will equip the S-100 fleet with L3 WESCAM MX-10 EO/IR payloads.
The system is designed as one of the optional "layers" of safety to enable broad-area, beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) capability for commercial UAS operations by providing airspace situational awareness for UAS operators, specifically to help detect and avoid so called "non-cooperative" traffic.
Consequently, the 2016-2017 period notes a significant UAS supply increase from the US, China and Middle Eastern countries.
Resolute Eagle is a fixed wing tactical UAS that offers advanced performance for use in civil or military airspace.
As the information age continued, potential adversaries noticed the US military's UAS successes and developed their systems using commercially available off-the-shelf components.
UAS flyover incidents create an adverse operational impact on facilities where incidents occur.
Small UAS in Agricultural Remote-Sensing Research at Texas A&M"
With the emergence and proliferation of UAS applied to naval research and experimental projects conducted both within and beyond NAVAIR test ranges, it was decided that a NAVAIR IFC was required for experimental UAS flight tests by Navy organizations.