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British Researching Flying UAVs In Civilian Airspace
British research into flying unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in non-military airspace is once again underway following a funding gap that delayed the program by about 18 months.
The second phase of the U.K.’s Autonomous System Technology-Related Airborne Evaluation and Assessment (Astraea) was originally intended to dovetail with the initial three-year Phase 1 of the project. The effort, however, failed to make the cut in a previous funding round.