UCAV


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UCAV

abbr.
unmanned combat air vehicle
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Yenne's first book on UCAVs covered the period of early development through the end of the 20th Century.
Many researches concerned about the UCAV formation have assumed that all the UCAV units had their information completely shared, and the communication interruptions from both the enemies and the measurement errors are neglected, such as [10, 11].
Further, the UCAV which is considered to be one of the game-changers in modern day warfare, will be powered by a 52-kilo-newton dry variant.
UAV payloads might consist of a modular, open-architecture suite of sensors for collecting reconnaissance from across the electromagnetic spectrum and, in the UCAV version, precision munitions capable of exploiting processed information to target enemies with pinpoint accuracy.
In this article authors present their vision of onboard control system with fuzzy efficiency of air-task estimation subsystem for UCAV rockets.
Asimismo, el Presidente de la UCAV comenta: '"Queremos hacer aquello que el Estado o el municipio no hacen ni que tampoco hacen los tecnicos".
10) The Brookings Institution estimates that as many as 2,769 militants have been killed by UCAV strikes in Pakistan.
We know that many UCAV strikes have not had the consent of Pakistan or Yemen.
The Teal Group is highly skeptical that cognitive UCAVs can perform in combat situations as opposed to surgical strikes.
QF-4s are generally flown in formations of two; if the Air Force seeks to replace manned machines with UCAV fighters, it is necessary to control large formations such as strike packages simultaneously, and this requires both bandwidth and cooperative employment.
Another alternative would be to develop or import a UCAV.
For the design and optimisation of UCAV wing planform shape, an aero-diamond planform shape with a jagged trailing edge is considered like saw tooth.