Thales Reveals Dual-Use, EASA-Certifiable Light UAS 

Credit: Thales
Thales has lifted the veil on its new three-engine, dual-use unmanned aircraft system (UAS), which the company hopes to certify under the European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) Light UAS rules. The distinctive, 100-kg (220-lb.) UAS100 has been designed to carry up to 10 kg with a radius of...

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