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DARPA’s Selects Four Developers for new X-Plane Program

  DARPA has tasked four companies with designing new aircraft to revolutionise vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) flight capabilities. The four are Aurora Flight Sciences...

Unmanned Systems Soaring over Tel-Aviv

Citizens of the seaside town of Rishon Lezion, south of Tel-Aviv woke up today to an unfamiliar sound, as an IAI Heron I unmanned...

The Hydro Camel Unmaned Submarine

Today, there are many remotely operated submarines that handle important tasks, such as checking underwater pipelines, mapping underwater minefields, searching for locations to place...

AUS&R Autonomous Unmanned Systems & Robotics

  AUS&R Autonomous Unmanned Systems & Robotics Conference, Israel November 26-28, 2013 Organizer: I-HLS. As one of the world's leading technological drivers of unmanned systems and robotics,...

AUVSI 2012 Photo Report

AUVSI Israel 2012 opened in Tel Aviv today, gathering over 500 participants, 43 exhibitors and an impressive roster of speakers and presenters from across all industry and military branches. some are depicted in the following photo report. In the exhibit halls, a number of new systems were displayed for the first time. A more detailed review on some of the systems will follow soon.

IAI Introduces the ‘Total Connectivity Solution’ at the Singapore Airshow 2012

IAI's new family of networking systems integrates common core capabilities and specific solutions designed for land forces missions, and airborne applications supporting air operations. A special subset of the system is uniquely tailored for the operation of precision-guided weapons.

Unmanned Systems Unveils the Orca Tip-jet UAV at Dubai 2012

The Swiss company Unmanned Systems is showing a model of its Orca rotary-wing unmanned air vehicle at the Dubai 2011 Airshow. The Orca employs a revolutionary tip-jet propulsion method that not only improves performance in many key areas, but also overcomes many of the operational problems encountered with conventional propulsion methods

Elbit Systems Expands the VIPeR into a Family of Robots

Elbit Systems is expanding its family of man portable unmanned ground systems with the introduction of two new models. During a recent exhibition the company displayed the new robots, in addition to a wide range of advanced land and C4I solutions. The new members of the VIPeR family of intelligent and portable robots include the Mini-VIPeR and Maxi-VIPeR, which join the VIPeR robot, already operational in the Israel Defense Forces under the Hebrew name "Pazit." All VIPeRs are designed for portability and high mobility; the robots are configurable for multiple types of missions by add-on sensors, modules and payloads, tailored to specific tasks.

U.S. Air Force to Test X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle

The U.S. Air Force launched the newest and most advanced unmanned re-entry spacecraft today, April 22nd, 2010 at 7:52PM from Cape Canaveral Air Station,...

Unmanned Systems Summit 2010

The Unmanned Systems Summit will focus the capabilities provided by unmanned systems, improving situational awareness, force protection, and target acquisition capability for our military...

Unmanned Assets Could Save 75% of Cost of Anti-Piracy Operations

As unmanned systems technologies mature, modern armies are realizing that the integration of autonomous systems could gain considerable saving over time, particularly important are...

FCS’ Combined Controller Passes Preliminary Design Review

As the Army's Future Combat Systems' program struggles to stabilize its path after the announcement of the planned elimination of eight manned ground vehicles...

MQ-8B Fire Scout – Vertical takeoff UAV (VTUAV)

An enhanced version of the FireScout Vertical Takeoff UAV (VTUAV) completed an initial series of flight testing conducted by the U.S. Navy and Northrop...

Unmanned Vehicles Demonstrate Convoy Movement Skills for FCS

General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) successfully completed Phase I of the Future Combat Systems (FCS) Robotic Convoy Experiment (RCX) at White Sands Missile Range....
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