Uk-based firms Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASV) and Universal Target Systems Ltd (UTSL) have teamed up to fulfil domestic and international surface and aerial targets requirements, focusing on training for the naval and marine special forces.

"ASV is pleased to be working closely with UTSL and will be modifying its standard control interface to allow the C-Target range of craft to operate from the same control console as the UTSL aerial targets," says Dan Hook, chief executive of ASV.

A selection of ASV targets will be on display for the first time at Farnborough at the UTSL pavilion.

Source: Flight Daily News