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AIRSAtmospheric Infrared Sounder
AIRSAerometric Information Retrieval System
AIRSAlliance of Information and Referral Systems
AIRSAircraft Systems
AIRSAutomated Import Reference System (Canada)
AIRSAdvanced Internet Recruitment Strategies
AIRSAdvanced Infrared Sounder
AIRSAirworthiness Issue Resolution System
AIRSAutomated Infrastructure Requirement System (US DoD)
AIRSAir Quality Subsystem (EPA)
AIRSAIDS Institute Reporting System (New York State Department of Health)
AIRSAdvanced Inertial Reference Sphere
AIRSArea Information Records System
AIRSAdvanced Incident Reporting System
AIRSAnimated Infra-Red Spectroscopy
AIRSAuthorization of Internet Resources and Services
AIRSAustralian Incident Reporting System
AIRSAtmospheric Information Retrieval System
AIRSAircraft Inventory Reporting System
AIRSAircooled Interstate Rescue Squad (VW club)
AIRSAdvanced Inertial Reference System
AIRSAutomated Inspection Reporting System (USMC)
AIRSAutomatic Image Retrieval System
AIRSAutomatic Information Retrieval System
AIRSAsset Integrity & Reliability Services (Vipac; Australia)
AIRSAlarm Identification Reporting System
AIRSAction Item Reporting System
AIRSAccident and Illness Reporting System
AIRSAirborne Integrated Reconnaissance System
AIRSAmerican Inter-Tribal Radio Society
AIRSAMDF Interrogation and Retrieval System
AIRSAudit Integrated Reporting System
AIRSAuroral Ionospheric Remote Sensor
AIRSAirlift Information Reporting System
AIRSAirborne Infrared Radiometer System
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Editors Marshall, Barnhart, Shappee, and Most present readers with the second edition of their collection of academic and professional contributions focused on various aspects of the creation, management, and potential issues involved with unmanned aircraft systems. The seventeen selections that make up the main body of the text are devoted to the history of unmanned aircraft systems, the United States aviation regulatory system, human factors in unmanned aerial systems, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
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