Cassidian is in discussions with the German defense ministry concerning additional flight demonstrations under a program to develop technology for future unmanned, surveillance and strike aircraft. The EADS defense company conducted the latest campaign of flights with its Barracuda unmanned aircraft demonstrator in Goose Bay, Canada, in July. The tests focused on coordinated operations between two UAVs and mission replanning in flight. The latest campaign was the third to be ...

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