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UAS

(Unmanned Aircraft System) See UAV.
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Hoeven continues working to expand the states role as the nations proving ground for UAS research, development, training and operations.
Key themes for the conference include counter-UAS; UAS innovation and acquisition; small and tactical UAS; innovation and autonomous systems; UAS safety and air worthiness; guidance, navigation and communications; and swarm technology.
UAS operators that purchased the ParaZero SafeAir Phantom ASTM Professional Kit, received the documentation required to demonstrate the compliance of the system.
State of Nevada UAS Test Site, under the leadership of the NIAS, was selected to execute the NASA UTM TCL 4 operation through an intensely competitive process with six other states.
Known as 'Team Artemis', the former consortium is promoting lAI's Artemis Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) UAS for the RPAS requirement.
GA-ASI will deliver its Predator[R] B/MQ-9 Reaper[R] Medium Altitude, Long-endurance (MALE) UAS to the Dutch Military.
Consequently, the 2016-2017 period notes a significant UAS supply increase from the US, China and Middle Eastern countries.
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.
The four articles presented in this final installment of the three-part Special Series on Unmanned Aircraft in agriculture convey different stories about the pursuit of opportunities in the emerging area of UAS. The four articles include:
In the new work, Swarm Troopers, he focuses on the world of small drones or unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and their future military potential.