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SGA2012: Elbit highlights evolving unmanned strategy

16th February 2012 - 08:32 GMT | by Andrew White in Singapore

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The UAV market has switched emphasis from long endurance to systems interoperability, executives at Elbit Systems have told Shephard.

Describing a shift in global requirements at the Singapore Airshow, executive VP and GM for Elbit's UAS Division Elad Aharonson outlined his vision of future concepts for the unmanned sector.

'UAVs must fly over an area and find everything, no matter what the footprint of the target is,' he exclaimed.

'It is about interconnectivity - the process of focusing on multiple layers of command and control- and networking multiple UAVs to ground stations and across to ground forces via remote

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Andrew is a former editor of Digital Battlespace and Unmanned Vehicles magazines. Andrew joined Shephard …

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