TEL AVIV—TEL AVIV—Elbit Systems has identified the fine line between military and homeland security operations as a big potential market for UAVs. To fill the niche, the Israeli company has adapted the Hermes 900 for operations in civil airspace. The Hermes 900 StarLiner features adverse weather capabilities and is fully compliant with NATO’s Standardization Agreement 4671. That qualifies it to be safely integrated into civilian airspace and fly in the same environment ...

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