As a former Special Operations Forces Combat Controller, I’ve been a part of, and have seen, the revolution of Battlefield Air Operations.
The use of tactical unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), for example, has evolved dramatically since their first deployment on the battlefield nearly 20 years ago – from single mission tools to highly sophisticated, multi-mission capable aircraft that now provide actionable intelligence and the persistent situational awareness needed in today’s dynamic operating environments. LEARN MORE
C4ISRNET Virtual Conference
June 10, 2020
As the world leader in engineering and delivery of tactical unmanned aircraft systems to all branches of the U.S. military for nearly two decades, AeroVironment is working very closely with our customers to address the ever-evolving threat environment, where the deployment of a wide range of weapons and technology is designed to overwhelm and confuse opposing forces.
Inside Unmanned Systems: Mission-Critical Mapping
June 10, 2020
Just-Released Quantix Recon Leverages Survey Assets for the Military Sphere.
But say you have an intel team operating in remote areas when you need high resolution, up-to-date maps and don’t have an internet connection? Or when that team is working independent of a large base and needs to conduct bomb damage assessment without revealing its position? And what if the operators don’t have all that much UAS experience in the first place?