U.S. Army Moves Ahead On UAV Sense-And-Avoid

The U.S. Army is moving ahead to develop a ground-based sense-and-avoid (GBSAA) system that will allow operations in civil airspace wherever General Atomics MQ-1C Gray Eagle unmanned aerial vehicles are based across the U.S. A prototype of the ground radar-based GBSAA system became operational last...

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