Unmanned vehicles offer new business opportunities by using technologies ranging from Global Positioning System (GPS) location to wireless communications, and enable intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) gathering without putting troops in harm’s way. Beyond military uses, unmanned aerial vehicles (commonly nicknamed "drones") could serve a host of purposes, such as providing news coverage from the air, aid in search and rescue missions, or conducting scientific research.
Despite the many possibilities, the impending presence of drones in the skies, and what their presence may imply, is causing a lot of controversy and raised concerns about privacy and terrorism threats. Microwaves & RF's Unmanned Vehicles Resource Center provides a frequently updated collection of current content and resources that will help you stay abreast on new technologies and ethical discussions surrounding this important and interesting topic.
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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have provided a nice boon to the microwave and RF market. By using technologies ranging from Global Positioning System (GPS) location to wireless communications, they have offered new business opportunities.