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Quad-A 2009: US developing SUAV chemical / biological sensor payloads

7th May 2009 - 16:45 GMT | by Scott Gourley in Nashville, TN


Under the auspices of the US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) Small UAV Laboratory (SUAV Lab), government researchers are developing new chemical and biological sensor packages for potential application on small UAVs.

Established in November 2003 with direction, support and funding from the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Project Office, the SUAV Lab stores, maintains, and operates the UAS Project Office's Raven A & B, Pointer, and newly acquired WASP for both laboratory and flight testing.

During the recent Army Aviation Association of America ("Quad-A") annual meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, SUAV Lab representatives highlighted some of their recent flight testing

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Scott Gourley


Scott Gourley

Scott Gourley is a former US Army officer and the author of several thousand articles …

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