Revolutionising radar for unmanned systems and homeland surveillance

RDS1
Posted: 09/08/2013

Counterterrorism efforts in the past decade have been responsible for surveillance in the skies to extreme security measures on the ground. Now, one research institute is bringing a whole new surveillance technique to the table. As the presence of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) shows no signs of easing up, the demand on these assets to

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