SUAV

AcronymDefinition
SUAVStrategic Unmanned Air Vehicle (UK)
SUAVStudy of Unmanned Air Vehicles
SUAVSmall Unit Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
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For target search from an sUAV, one important parameter is identification of the target from a moving platform.
Papanikolopoulos, "SUAV: Q-a hybrid approach to solar-powered flight," in 2016 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), pp.
O maior valor de correlacao esta entre QA e SUAV (0,401), seguido pela correlacao entre QA e PERS (0,187), SUAV e PERS (0,144), SUAV e PREV (0,136), QA e PREV (0,100) e SUAV e PERS (0,073).
The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF-IFAS) Citrus Research and Education Center is experimenting with a six-band camera mounted on an SUAV for research on citrus disease and stress detection using high-resolution, low-altitude, multi-band aerial imaging.
Canada has awarded a $30 million contract to Boeing-owned Insitu to continue providing small unmanned aircraft vehicle (SUAV) services to the military.
The fourth session, "Small UAV Payloads," will include briefings on Dragon Eye; Army SUAV programs; FPASS, Raven, and Pointer; gun-launched and mortar-delivered UAVs; Silver Fox; and Scan Eagle.
The small UAV (SUAV) must be a man-packable system with a range of at least 12 km (terrain permitting) (see Figure 6).
Military drones include tactical drones, MALE (Medium altitude, long endurance) drones, HALE (High altitude, long endurance) drones, TUAV (Tactical unmanned air vehicle) drones, UCAV (Unmanned combat air vehicle) drones, SUAV (Small unmanned air vehicle) drones and others.
A small unmanned aerial vehicle (SUAV) has a wingspan of about 0.6 to 5 m and a gross mass of about 0.5 to 20 kg [1].
Skyward is a partner in NASA's UTM program, and a board member of the SUAV Coalition, working with Verizon, Amazon, Google and others to define the future of this industry.