Tag Archives: unmanned aerial vehicle

Paul Szoldra: DARPA Progresses on UAV Video Surveillance Tech

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has worked to develop surveillance technology to be mounted on an unmanned aerial vehicle and capture high-resolution video from 17,500 feet above ground, Business Insider reported Tuesday. Paul Szoldra of military-focused entertainment firm We Are The Mighty writes that the Autonomous Real-Team Ground Ubiquitous Surveillance – Infrared system works to …

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DARPA Wants UAV for Indoor Navigation; Mark Micire Comments

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to develop fresh algorithms for navigating unmanned aerial vehicles inside buildings and through tight spaces. DARPA said Monday that it issued a broad agency announcement solicitation to build and demonstrate autonomous small UAVs that can fly up to 45 miles per hour within complex …

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Army-SRC Team to Build UAV ‘Sense and Avoid’ Radars

The U.S. Army has partnered with SRC to build a radar system that would help manage the air traffic of General Atomics-built unmanned aerial vehicles and prevent collisions, Defense News reported Thursday. Joe Gould writes that the team will install the ground-based “sense and avoid” radars at five locations across the U.S. …

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