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Unmanned Systems Technology - Issue 019

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Unmanned Systems Technology - April/May 2018

  • Intro - A strong focus on safety marks a fundamental shift in the industrial development of unmanned system technologies 
  • Platform one: Mission-critical info - Ford plans autonomous police patrols, more new air taxis start flight tests, 3D printing yields low-cost hyperspectral sensor, Space Station astronauts to get AI assistance, and much more 
  • In conversation: Saif-Deen Akanni - Founder of UAV developer Sentient Blue explains how a prior career in motorsport prepared him for this new phase of his life 
  • Dossier: Navya Autonom Cab - Previous development experience with its Shuttle means Navya could be the first to market with a driverless taxi 
  • Focus: Battery technology - We explain the existing – and emerging – options for powering unmanned systems, and the crucial differences between them 
  • Insight: UGVs - Ground vehicles are being deployed in a growing range of sectors, using some intriguing technological approaches 
  • Dossier: UAV Factory UAV28-EFI - We examine this dependable two-stroke in detail, which can now be used by other UAV manufacturers 
  • Digest: Swiss Aerobotics Hummel - This airborne craft started out as a concept for an air taxi – now it’s also a system for targeting and capturing rogue UAVs 
  • Show report: UMEX 2018 - Product highlights from the only exhibition in the Middle East dedicated to unmanned systems and technologies 
  • Focus: Antenna systems - What you need to know about choosing the right antenna for a given unmanned platform, and why its early integration is vital 
  • Show report: Oceanology International 2018 - Our review of the key innovations on display at this biennial ocean technology and marine engineering exhibition 
  • PS: SABRE rocket engine - How this revolutionary space plane power plant manages the prodigious amounts of heat it generates

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