Unmanned Vehicles - supported by its dedicated on-line intelligence service www.uvonline.com - is the world’s leading independent bi-monthly publication for the unmanned systems industry.
With a circulation of more than 6,000, and a senior-level readership of more than 25,000 in 120 countries, UV together with the annual Unmanned Vehicles Handbook deliver essential, in-depth and up-to-date coverage of technology developments, news, procurement data and civil/commercial market opportunities.
The aim of UV is to be the business to business source of information for both the industry professional and the user community.
Editor Richard Thomas discusses the place of the pilot in the unmanned systems era.
Northrop pushes for UK Triton buy A review of some of the latest developments from around the unmanned systems industry.
Law enforcement has been one sector where the application of small UAS has helped boost capabilities and keep more personnel out of harm’s way. Richard Thomas looks at what systems are being purchased and the forces utilising them.
The US is currently facing a shortage of suitably trained UAV pilots and operators. Beth Maundrill examines the current training environment as well as proposed strategies to tackle this issue.
A number of East Asian countries are making strides in their indigenous UAV manufacturing capabilities. Gordon Arthur reviews the respective industry activities.
The value of an unmanned asset is directly related to the power of the data links within the overall network. Angus Batey assesses the current limitations of the technology and what industry is doing to help push capabilities further.
What goes up…
Greater proliferation of UAS brings with it a concomitant threat to people, infrastructure and security, as a number of recent high-profile incidents have highlighted. Grant Turnbull looks at industry’s response in the shape of sensor and disruptor systems designed to protect and defend against such aircraft flown by hostile, malicious or negligent operators.
A great deal of noise is made about the growth of the global UAS market, but activity in Latin America often flies under the radar. Richard Thomas speaks to Sebastián Zepeda, general manager of Delair-Tech Latin America, on opportunities across the region.
• UAS training
• Data links
• Commercial UGVs
• Environmental monitoring
(IDEX, Avalon, LIMA, AUVSI Europe, Quad A, AUSA Winter, LAAD)
• Cargo-carrying UGVs
• Weapon integration
• Airspace integration
• MALE UAVs
(AUVSI Unmanned Systems, IDEF, IMDEX Asia)
• Mine clearance
(UDT Europe, Paris Air Show)
• Underwater payloads
• Optionally piloted vehicles
• Onboard processing
(MSPO, DSEi, Modern Day Marine)
• Surveillance UGVs
• Tactical UAVs
• Infrastructure monitoring
(AUSA Annual, ADEX, Defense & Security, Dubai Airshow)
• Small UAVs
• Simulation and training
• Emerging markets
• Data links
• Sense and avoid technology
• HALE UAVs
• Advanced materials
Unmanned Vehicles is part of the C4ISR division in Shephard's internationally renowned publishing portfolio and gained its first BPA Audit in 2011.
UV has circulation of over 6,400 and each printed copy has a 4 times pass on readership. (Adestra Readership Survey 2010).
Circulation has been further enhanced with the launch of our new free digital editions service.
- Qualified Circulation: 80.3% print, 19.7% digital
- Geographic breakdown: USA 44.2%, Europe 35.7%, Rest of World 20.1%
- Military 27%
- Government/Procurement/CEOs/Directors/Senior Management - 41.59%
Shephard's publications are also distributed at all major shows throughout the year.
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