Further development of the world’s largest and smallest unmanned air vehicles hangs in the balance as AeroVironment seeks new funding to secure the future of its innovative Global Observer (GO) and Hummingbird concepts. Initial operational utility assessment of the GO-1, a hybrid-powered high-altitude, long-endurance UAV, is continuing at Edwards AFB, Calif., but flights will finish at the end of March unless additional funding is secured. AeroVironment is also seeking new support to ...

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