Sense-And-Avoid System To Transition To Global Hawk

Credit: Credit: USAF
An airborne sense-and-avoid (ABSAA) system enabling the Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk to fly in civil airspace will transition to full-scale development at the end of September after completion of a final round of research test flights. The multi-sensor system has been in development at the U.S...

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