Inside Unmanned Systems

APR-MAY 2018

Inside Unmanned Systems provides actionable business intelligence to decision-makers and influencers operating within the global UAS community. Features include analysis of key technologies, policy/regulatory developments and new product design.

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d ide 3 April/May 2018 unmanned systems inside CONTIRUBTORS Dee Ann DIVIS Maj. General James POSS (RET) Peter GUTIERREZ Renee KNIGHT 3 ms ed s ys tem nmanne nside inside 18 unma i inside side nmann nma in inside e ide inside m s 018 unma April/May 2018 April/May 2018 unma ON THE COVER From sensors to software, NASA may have just the unmanned technology you need. Contents 8 34 6 Editorial Opinion 8 Navy Switch on MQ-25 has Familiar Ring Military pilots wary of UAS as threat to safety, future of manned f light 62 EU Drones Emerging as Unifi ed Rules Ripen Long simmering rules may be superseded by international standards 66 FGQ: FAA's Angela Stubblefi eld For remote ID, detection and mitigation—risk will be the prioritizing factor GENERAL OVERVIEW unmanned systems INSIDE ENGINEERING, POLICY AND PRACTICE inside BRUSSELS VIEW FIVE GOOD QUESTIONS SPONSORED CONTENT 14 Microdrones User Showcase The mdMapper1000DG monitors wood chip piles for a paper mill in Quebec City, providing valuable information. 16 April/May 2018 Follow us @insideunmanned SPECIAL REPORT NASA TECH 16 Mining NASA for Unmanned Tech Agency's tech transfer program a rich resource for air, land and even marine applications 28 On-Orbit Assembly for Huge Telescopes Autonomous assembly of loaf-sized payloads makes 'big' practical 34 Air Taxis the Latest NASA Challenge UAS air traffic team tackles urban air mobility 45 Drone Businesses: How to Profi t Now Experts discuss what works and what won't, at least not just yet 48 Military UAS Market Grows Steadily Global opportunities expanding though U.S. still drives the sector 54 Georeference Choices are Key in Mapping UAS mapping workshop addresses RTK, PPK, positioning and more 58 Use Uncertainty to Fly Fast, Crash Less Uncertainty modeling and AI helps drones race through cluttered spaces tems 2018 54 Follow us @insideunmanned

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