From the publisher
1 year of Unmanned Systems Technology magazine starting with the next issue delivered to wherever you are in the world.
Unmanned Systems Technology (UST) is a bi-monthly print publication focusing entirely on the innovative engineering that’s successfully pushing boundaries on land, in the air, at sea and even through the universe. UST is unique – the first ever publication to focus entirely on providing independent coverage of the engineering at the heart of unmanned vehicles. It applies the same rigorous scientific approach to this brave new world as critically acclaimed Race Engine Technology magazine brings to the subject of racing powertrain technology.
Published 6 times in 2016, UST probes today’s cutting edge projects to provide in-depth research insights – rigorous investigation is backed by professional peer review and critical analysis.
In the current issue:
Amid all the talk about Earthbound vehicle autonomy it’s easy to overlook space systems, but they’re also using the technology
Platform one: Mission-critical info
First public demo of an electric VTOL taxi, Rolls-Royce unveils design for a long-range electric USV, researchers announce radical new type of low-light camera, ceramic quad pack FPGAs for space systems now available, and more
In conversation: Matt Moore
Thales’ head of UAS tactical planning shares his views on the latest trends in the deployment of unmanned systems, and their implications for avionics architectures
Dossier: Hydromea Vertex AUV
Some water sampling measurements can only be carried out exactly where the sensor is, which is what this swarming underwater craft is designed for. We detail its development
Focus: Power management systems
The growth in autonomy is having an impact on how power is managed in unmanned vehicles. We examine the key existing and emerging technologies
Space systems are a natural fit for autonomy, and it is playing a growing and varied role in missions beyond our planet
Dossier: Continental CD-155
This I4 turbodiesel has an impressive track record as a UAV power plant. The way it’s built helps explain why
Digest: Swift 020 UAV
UAVs have many advantages for disaster relief operations, but also some drawbacks. Here’s how one developer overcame them
What goes into making these essential devices work, and how do you choose which kind you need? Read on...
Show report: DSEI 2017
What were some of the more intriguing vehicles and systems on show at this exhibition for the defence and security sector?
PS: Wireless charging
Details of some of the strands of research for extending the endurance of electrically powered UAVs
Be the first person to tell us what you think about Unmanned Systems Technology and you'll save £2.50 on your next purchase!ADD A REVIEW
Your subscription will begin with the next available issue. Please expect delivery in the next 4-6 weeks.
To view other titles by this publisher Click here