Canada Tests Sub-Hunting UAV

Canada plans to test a small unmanned aircraft fitted with magnetic anomaly detector (MAD) sensors to see how well a UAV flying lower and slower than manned aircraft can detect submarines, mines and other metal objects beneath or on water. The tests will use the fixed-wing TD100 developed by...

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