Industry observers often are struck by the rate at which new unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) of all sizes are making their debut around the world. Even more striking are the technical advances to increase UAVs' tactical and strategic value. Among the most innovative are Israeli manufacturers pursuing electrically powered systems that combine ease of handling and economy with extended range, as well as advanced-technology payloads and propulsion systems. For example, BlueBird Aero ...

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