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Unmanned Systems Technology - Issue 023

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Unmanned Systems Technology - December/January 2019

  • Intro - Impending approval of beyond-line-of-sight missions are set to spur a dramatic rise in UAV systems and technologies 
  • Platform one: Mission-critical info - First ion-powered UAV makes its debut, USV system for sea rescues proposed, engineers look to adapt ROS software for self-driving cars, and more 
  • In conversation: Dr Jenny Kingston - This senior academic shares and explains her passion for autonomous space systems 
  • Dossier: Milrem Multiscope - How expertise in the military realm has been fed into the development of this commercial and modular UGV 
  • Focus: Wireless charging - We explain how the various technologies work and which applications are best suited to each kind 
  • Insight: Logistics - The industry is catching on to the value of unmanned vehicles for ferrying cargo and managing warehouse inventories 
  • Show report: InterGeo 2018 - Our round-up of some of the latest geo-information products and services that were on display at this exhibition 
  • Digest: VideoRay Defender - The development of this survey and inspection UUV is a prime example of the value of teamwork 
  • Dossier: OS Engines GF400U-FI - ‘Keep it simple’ was the mantra underpinning the creation of this four-stroke UAV engine 
  • In operation: Ultrabeam Hydrographic Ultra-2 - If you want something done well, do it yourself – a principle this company adopted when building its survey USV 
  • Show report: Commercial UAV Show London 2018 - Product highlights from this latest exhibition in the UK’s capital 
  • Focus: IMUs, gyros and accelerometers - We examine the advances in MEMS technology, which are set to drive a growing specialisation of inertial sensors 
  • Show report: Commercial UAV Expo 2018 - Some of the innovations that were on display in Las Vegas 
  • PS: Bipedal robots - Boston Dynamics’ Handle, and its ‘humanoid’ characteristics

**To be published January 2019**


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