AeroVironment has secured another order for its Switchblade loitering munition as it works to expand its small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) business in the face of slowing U.S. orders for its workhorse RQ-11 Raven. In addition to expanding its family of small UAS with the lethal Switchblade and vertical-takeoff-and-landing Shrike, the company is promoting its common ground control system (GCS) as the standard for small UAS by adding capability. The moves come as sales of small UAS ...
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