The Defense Dept.'s Inspector General rejected a claim that the U.S. Navy used proprietary technology in development of real-time motion video downlink capability for the P-3 patrol aircraft. A McLean, Va., company, Aerobureau, said that its television enhanced situational awareness (TESA) concept was instrumental in the Navy's adaptation of the Pioneer unmanned aerial vehicle's reconnaissance system to the P-3. But the IG said the Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Div., ...
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