UAS


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UAS

abbr.
unmanned aircraft system
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This approach calls for UAS Soldiers to simultaneously report PIRs directly to Brigade and to the Soldiers on the ground ensuring leaders have the information they need to make successful decisions (see figure 1-6).
As partners in the transaction, Kevin Mehring will serve as the new president of UAS Labs and Dr.
UAS can be employed in an endless variety of civilian applications,
The UAS program continues to leverage technology to fight fires in safer and more efficient ways to ensure we are protecting the public, local communities and the men and women on the fire line.
The S-100 aircraft is a vertical takeoff and landing UAS, which does not require a prepared area or supporting launch or recovery equipment.
Insitu is tackling one of the toughest challenges for UASs -- the ability to detect nearby aircraft flying both within and beyond UAS operators' line of sight.
The surge is owed to an accelerating government and military UAS market, with increased adoption rates for unmanned systems around the world, added NSR's Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Satcom and Imaging Markets, 4th Edition report.
The flight took place at the Pan-Pacific UAS Test Range located at Pendleton Airport in Oregon while operating under an FAA Certificate of Waiver or Authorization (COA).
We explore this topic by first defining and framing the issue of UAS proliferation.
UAS incidents at prisons have been reported in the U.
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.
A Multifaceted Investigation and Intervention into the Process of Flight Clearance for UAS Experimental Flight Test," SAE Int.