Means of Control

Klamper, Amy
May 2005
Sea Power;May2005, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p10
Focuses on the efforts of the U.S. Navy and Army to develop common ways to manage control of unmanned vehicles and systems of many types. Improvement of the surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities of each service; Emphasis on the Army's One System Ground Control Station and the Navy's Tactical Control System for unmanned systems; Application of two joint interoperability standards for unmanned systems.


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