24 - 26 May, 2011, America Square Conference Centre
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This workshop will present three candidate enhancements for Small Unmanned Air Vehicles (SUAV), and their technological issues and challenges:
The practical and reliable ability of 50 kg or less SUAV to autonomously refuel each other in-flight offers the potential for game-changing improvements in persistent, unmanned strike and reconnaissance systems. Morphing can help realise the long sought after goal of an air vehicle with a true multi-mission capable airframe. New approaches for onboard vehicle autonomy offer improved effectiveness of human-machine interaction for demanding missions and environments. The workshop will highlight work conducted by Texas A&M University and others to provide an overview of the current state of the art and the technical challenges to be overcome.
Professor and Director,
Vehicle Systems & Control Laboratory, Aerospace Engineering Department, Texas A&M University
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