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Australia launches AU$1.3bn maritime UAS initiative

The Australian government plans to invest up to AU$1.3 billion in a new unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) development program to enhance situational...

Royal Navy aircraft carrier hosts unmanned systems demo

The Royal Navy's second Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier HMS Princes of Wales hosted the Future Maritime Aviation Force Accelerator Day last week,...
Indago UAS

Switzerland buys Indago small UAS from Lockheed Martin

Armasuisse has awarded Lockheed Martin (LMT) a contract for the delivery of a fleet of Indago 3 small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS),...
Airbus VSR700 UAS

Airbus VSR700 UAS completes first “free flight”

A prototype of Airbus Helicopters’ VSR700 unmanned aerial system (UAS) has completed its first "free flight", performing a ten minute flight at...
S-100 UAS for Australian Army

Raytheon teams up with Schiebel for Australian Army tactical UAS bid

Raytheon Australia and the Australian branch of Austrian unmanned aerial system specialist Schiebel Pacific announced they are joining forces in a bid...
SkyRaider UAS

FLIR captures US Marine Corps order for SkyRaider drones

Robotic systems specialist FLIR Systems has received a $10 million contract to deliver its SkyRaider unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to the US...
Sky Ranger R70 drone ready for operation from an airborne C-130J Hercules

Australian C-130J Hercules aircraft remotely pilots UAS in “first-of-its kind” trial

A Sky Ranger R70 drone was remotely piloted from the back of C-130J Hercules during a joint trial by the Australian Army and Air Force.
Hermes 900 UAS

Elbit to upgrade Hermes 900 UAS for two Latin American customers

The upgrade will include the integration of satellite communication systems and automatic takeoff and landing systems into the Hermes 900 UAS that the customers are already operating.

US Army begins vertical takeoff UAS assessment

The US Army intends to test a total of four VTOL UAS

US Navy orders three more MQ-25 unmanned refueling aircraft

Also known as Stingray, the MQ-25 is designed to deliver an organic refueling capability to extend the range of combat strike fighters and the aircraft carriers.
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