SYPAQ to develop logistics UAS
The Australian Army has awarded a contract to SYPAQ to develop and demonstrate a next generation battlefield logistics small UAS, the Australian Department of Defence announced on 12 March.
The contract worth $1 million has been awarded through the Australian Defence Innovation Hub initiative.
Called the Precision Payload Delivery System, the UAS will be tested by the Australian Army later in 2019.
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