Boeing’s Phantom Works says lessons learned during development of the Echo Voyager, a newly unveiled unmanned undersea vehicle (UUV) capable of fully autonomous operations for three months or more, will aid with advances in the design of future unmanned air systems. Developed for civil and military intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) roles, Echo Voyager will operate continuously without physical contact and independent of a host ship from the time it leaves dockside ...

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