The German Army's UAS in Operation

Pöppelmann, Jürgen
February 2011
Military Technology;2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p119
The article discusses the operation of the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in Germany. Unmanned aerial vehicles of different sizes and diverse sensors are designed for reconnaissance in the theatre of operations in the Army. Aladin airborne imaging recce device by EMT is used in situational awareness and surveillance of areas of interest. Luna airborne imaging recce device is used for the surveillance of selected terrain from the air.


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