Argus Wide-Area-Surveillance Sensor To Fly On Unmanned A160 Soon

Boeing is preparing to fly a wide-area surveillance sensor on the A160 Hummingbird unmanned helicopter for the first time, ahead of its planned deployment by the U.S. Army to Afghanistan in June. Developed for the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (Darpa), BAE Systems’ Autonomous Real-time...

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