Rockwell Collins’s research into detect-and-avoid technologies for non-cooperative aerial targets, a key safety requirement for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), received a boost with the company winning a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) contract for new radar technology. Part of Darpa’s Arrays at Commercial Timescales program, the contract calls for Rockwell Collins to develop electronic scanned array (ESA) antennas more quickly and cheaply than possible today, ...
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