The potential merger of British BAE Systems with the European EADS consortium could put an end to competing medium-altitude, long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicles projects here. BAE has been developing drone technology under the Telemos project with French aerospace giant Dassault Aviation against rival efforts under way at EADS under the Talarion project. Earlier this year U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron and then-French President Nicolas Sarkozy agreed to forge ahead with joint ...
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