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Unmanned Systems Technology - Issue 020

Highlights in this issue include a conversation with rFpro's director Chris Hoyle and a look at the GuardBot. Dossiers on the Alpha 800 and Pegasus GE70 as well as an insight into USV's. Show reports from AUVSI Xponential 2018 and CUAV Expo Europe 2018 as well as focus articles covering additive manufacturing and solar power. 

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Unmanned Systems Technology - June/July 2018

  • Intro - Lightweight materials and unmanned systems are a great fit, not just for vehicles intended for use here on Earth but in outer space 
  • Platform one: Mission-critical info - Autonomous ‘flying camera’ with machine learning, the inside track on using UAVs to measure surface temperatures, robotic system to save people from drowning, and more 
  • In conversation: Chris Hoyle - What gets rFpro’s technical director up in the morning is his zest for simulating unmanned vehicles. Here he explains why 
  • Dossier: Alpha 800 - As unmanned helicopters go, this isn’t radical, but it is reliable and affordable – and it’s proving to be an international hit 
  • Focus: Additive manufacturing - AM looks increasingly to be the way to go to build unmanned systems. We explain and compare the various techniques 
  • Insight: USVs - With no need for a crew on a vessel, designers are finding more leeway with being able to incorporate a range of technologies 
  • Engine dossier: Pegasus GE70 - We chart the development of this new take on combining an internal combustion engine with an AC generator, and the range-extending benefits it confers on UAVs 
  • Digest: GuardBot - This spherical UGV can go where others can’t, thanks partly to its novel, pendulum-based propulsion system 
  • Show report: AUVSI Xponential 2018 - Details of some of the new technology debuted at this, the world’s biggest show of its kind, held this year in Denver, Colorado 
  • Focus: Solar power - The case for sunlight-powered craft continues to grow, but engineers first need to ask the right questions of the technology 
  • Show report: CUAV Expo Europe 2018 - Highlights of this year’s show, held in April in Amsterdam 
  • PS: Nuclear-powered unmanned systems - Russia’s aim of developing a nuclear-propelled USV reminds us of other efforts to use atomic energy to boost UAV performance

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