Build 'em Up; Shoot 'em Down

October 2015
Military Technology;2015, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p8
The author discusses the development of the alternatives for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAVs) as they are rapidly emerging as a threat to be civilians or the military. Topics discussed include attack of a PARROT AR UAV in front of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Defense Minister Thomas de Maizier, development of micro and micro UAVs for the military and views of Steve Williams, capability manager for Falcon Shield at Defence and Security Equipment International.


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