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Unmanned Systems Technology - Issue 013

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the AutonomouStuff Lincoln MKZ, a digest on the AceCore Neo, focuses on AI systems and maintenance as well as an insight into UUV's.

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Unmanned Systems Technology - April/May 2017

  • Intro - Even if autonomous vehicles will one day be able to avoid accidents, they will still need to adopt risk strategies
  • Platform one: Mission-critical info - New hybrid UAV concept aims for simplicity and effciency, aluminium-water battery for UUVs unveiled, details of an AI computing module for small unmanned systems, and more
  • In conversation: Bill Fredericks - How a stint at NASA gave the Advanced Aircraft Company’s CEO the ideal launch into UAV entrepreneurship
  • Dossier: AS Lincoln MKZ - AutonomouStuff is using a pick-and-mix strategy with its selfdriving car technology. Here’s how it works
  • Focus: AI systems - Developments in artifcial intelligence for unmanned systems are gathering pace, so what can we expect in the next few years?
  • Insight: UUVs - New craft are emerging in the marine sector that will carry out multiple roles, autonomously yet cooperatively
  • Dossier: Cosworth AG2 UAV twin - The Grand Prix legend has set a fresh benchmark with this jetfuelled compression-ignition boxer engine for UAVs. We chart the process behind the project
  • Digest: AceCore Neo - This large camera-carrying octocopter is focused squarely on the TV and flm industry, and it’s that application which has dictated its design, construction and development
  • Focus: Maintenance - The rules and regulations on keeping unmanned systems safe and reliable are still maturing, so in the meantime here’s a practical guide to ensuring best practice
  • Show report: IDEX 2017 - Reflecting the continued conflicts around the Middle East, this year’s military systems exhibition was the largest yet. Here are our highlights of the unmanned systems that were on display
  • PS: Intelligent tyres - It’s predicted that sensor-packed tyres will allow autonomous vehicles to operate as though there was a professional human driver behind the wheel. We explain how the technology works


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