Italy is developing a three-unit civil UAV system for remote-sensing, surveillance
Italy has notched another European first in the adoption of unmanned aircraft systems by simultaneously operating three different UAS in civilian airspace and over ground. The Sept. 30 demonstration culminated the first phase of an R&D program by Piedmont regional authorities, with the medium-term goal of fielding a UAS-based monitoring system that could prove crucial for responding to natural disasters, as well as tracking pollution, road traffic, crops and urban development, along ...
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