ExpendableRemotelyPilotedVehiclesforStrategicOffensiveAirpower RolesDENNIS LARM, MAJOR, USAFSchool of Advanced Airpower StudiesTHESIS PRESENTED TO THE FACULTY OFTHE SCHOOL OF ADVANCED AIRPOWER STUDIES,MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, ALABAMA, FOR COMPLETION OFGRADUATION REQUIREMENTS, ACADEMIC YEAR 1995–96.Air University PressMaxwell Air Force Base, AlabamaJune 1996
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About Electric Unmanned Aerial Vehicles:
UAVs, also referred to as drones, are aerial vehicles without a human pilot aboard. The vehicle is controlled either autonomously by an on-board computer or by a remote control from the ground or on another vehicle. UAVs range in sizes. Large UAVs are used for tactical missions that are powered by internal combustion engines. Small electric powered UAVs are primarily used for military and defense applications, and are driven by electric motors. Without combustion, these electric powered UAVs are quiet and found more suitable for spy missions. Also, there has been an increase in interest for commercial applications of UAVs like aerial photography, agriculture, 3D mapping, wildlife protection, etc.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly referred as drones, are aircraft without a human pilot aboard. The flight is controlled either autonomously, or by an onboard computer, or by remote control from the ground or another vehicle. The large-sized remotely pilot aircraft (RPA) are powered by internal combustion engines, while relatively small UAVs are driven by electric motors. Such small electric-powered UAVs are mainly used for military and defense applications, as without combustion, they produce low sound and are, hence, found to be more suitable for spy missions. In addition, there has been an increasing interest in civilian or commercial applications of UAVs, such as aerial photography, agriculture, 3D mapping, and wildlife protection.
Radiant insights, inc. analysts forecast the global UAV market to grow at a CAGR of 12.7% during the period 2017-2021.
An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), generally known as a Drone, as an unmanned aircraft system (UAS). It is an aircraft without a human pilot aboard. The flight of UAVs may function with numerous degrees of autonomy; under remote controller by a human operator, or fully or occasionally separately, by onboard computers.
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