[SatNews] Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs) and Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) have seen a golden age in the last decade, growing to an annual budget of $7 billion.
Most of this growth has been through the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but with the drawing down of troops, what's next? Analysts still predict growth in this industry, estimating a total increase to just over $89 billion in the next decade. Not only is the military expected to sustain its backing of UAS technology, but the civil and commercial markets are poised to open up to a host of opportunities for the industry.
"In the next 20-30 years, these things (RPAs) are going to explode."—General Mark A. Welsh, III, Air Force Chief of Staff
- Future UAS Development Opportunities and Trends - DoD, International, and More
- FAA UAS Operating Considerations & Section 333 Exemption Process
- Emerging UAS Service Needs and Initiatives from the Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines, & USCG
- UAS for Maritime Surveillance & Customers & Border Patrol Needs & Opportunities
- Key COCOM UAS Needs, Challenges, and Requirements
- UAS Weapon Technologies, Initiatives and Tactics
- UAS Autonomy and Manned/Unmanned Teaming (MUM) Breakthroughs & Capabilities
This symposium will offer the attendees invaluable information on the emerging opportunities in the military, commercial and civil markets as well as closely examine current programs and first hand experiences with UAS. To register, please access this direct infopage...
Attendance is limited to US, NATO, and allied countries only.