The unmanned aviation market is seemingly exploding with large contractors and innovative, smaller companies experimenting with designs for various missions. And the U.S. military services are taking note, signing billions of dollars worth of contracts to develop and procure systems and intelligence-collecting services from companies operating their own fleets. Dyke Weatherington, deputy director of unmanned warfare requirements for the Defense Department, talks to Senior Pentagon Editor Amy ...
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