All Military UAVs news – Page 45

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    Russia developing unmanned Forpost-M


    Russia is to develop a new unmanned air vehicle based on the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Searcher 2 that was built under licence by a local company.

  • News

    LHT launches UAV flight safety initiative


    ​Lufthansa Technik has launched a voluntary online training and registration initiative for unmanned air vehicle operators.

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    Skylark 3 enters operational testing


    Israel plans to start an operational test of Elbit Systems’ Skylark 3 unmanned air vehicle, to be performed by the “Sky Rider” unit of its ground forces command, which currently operates the earlier Skylark 1.

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    Singapore's Heron UAV hits full capability


    ​The Republic of Singapore Air Force has declared full operational capability with its Israel Aerospace Industries Heron 1 unmanned air vehicles.

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    ​Singapore’s Heron 1 achieves FOC


    The Singapore air force has award its Israel Aerospace Industries Heron 1 UAVs with full operational capability (FOC) status.

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    Romania axes Orbiter 4 selection


    Romania has cancelled its selection of Aeronautics Defense Systems' Orbiter 4 unmanned air system, after a court accepted the findings of a special committee established to investigate the deal.

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    Dassault plays down Brexit fears over Anglo-French UCAV project


    Concerns over the future of an Anglo-French project to develop an unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV) in the wake of the UK’s decision to leave the EU are real but not insurmountable, believes one of the two companies spearheading the programme.

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    BlueBird transforms MicroB UAV for Indian contest


    Israeli manufacturer BlueBird has updated its MicroB unmanned air vehicle to satisfy the requirements of an Indian army competition.

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    Aeronautics producing 'hundreds' of armed Orbiter 1Ks


    Israel's Aeronautics Defense Systems has secured substantial orders for its armed Orbiter 1K unmanned air system, according to deputy chief executive Dany Eshchar.

  • S-100 Camcopter PicoSAR - Schiebel

    Camcopter buyer orders PicoSAR payloads


    Leonardo has built on its recent sales success with the French military by adding another contract for its unmanned air system-carried PicoSAR surveillance payload.

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    Domestic warhead switch to delay Hero 30 demonstration


    A live-fire demonstration of the UVision Hero 30 loitering munition for the US Army is likely to be postponed, after the Department of Defense mandated that the service should acquire a system equipped with a US-produced warhead.

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    US think-tank calls for stealthy, carrier-based UCAV


    ​An influential think-tank has unveiled a vision of a future US Navy strike group composed of two aircraft carriers and supporting ships with 110 aircraft, including new requirements for a stealthy attack unmanned air system (UAS) and a manned fighter optimised for the air-to-air mission.

  • News

    USAF picks Elta for counter-UAS deal


    Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) Elta North America subsidiary has been awarded a $15.5 million, fixed-price contract to provide the US Air Force with counter-unmanned air system equipment.

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    ​AERO INDIA: IAI, DRDO working on unmanned naval Chetak project


    IAI is working on project with India’s Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) to transform legacy Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) Chetak Helicopters into unmanned aircraft that can be operated from ships.

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    IAI reveals export version of Heron TP


    Israel Aerospace Industries has revealed an export-specific version of its Heron TP medium-altitude, long-endurance unmanned air vehicle.

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    Flying Production unveils new UAVs


    Israel’s Flying Production has expanded its range of multi-rotor vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) unmanned air vehicles.

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    ​Camcopter wins Australian navy contract


    The Schiebel S-100 Camcopter has won a Royal Australian Navy contract for an un-specified number of airframes.

  • Analysis

    ANALYSIS: Raytheon adapts Coyote as swarming commodity


    The swarm is coming. Packs of centrally monitored, flying robots are now a hallmark of the Pentagon’s strategy of future warfare.

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    Four rivals shape up for Israeli UAV contest


    Four Israeli companies are competing to supply a multi-rotor vertical take-off and landing unmanned air vehicle to the nation's land command.

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    Israel eases UAV export restrictions


    Israel's defence ministry has eased the previously severe restrictions it had imposed on local companies seeking to export unmanned air systems. The change in policy was prompted by growing competition in the market for such equipment.