Mention unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and most people think of Predator and Reaper, which are as big as manned airplanes and fly from air bases. But some of the fastest growth in the business, with the potential to disrupt the industrial and operational aspects of the UAV industry, is in much smaller systems. In some ways, the bigger UAVs are beginning to look like desktop computers, steadily being displaced by notebooks, netbooks and tablets for most jobs. In this case, “small” means ...

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