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.
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When a UAV runs out of energy, militaries lose a vital surveillance asset that does not cost just money, but lives. That is why many companies are constantly looking at improving battery and power technology, especially when it comes to getting more for less.
As their mission set expands, precision navigation technology is key to the successful deployment of UUVs.
Militaries worldwide are demanding more from UGVs, expecting them to carry a wider array of payloads for a broad range of missions at a reasonable cost. This is driving the evolution of the sector and prompting focus on interoperability and common system architectures.
Industry and militaries are seeking to extend the capabilities of their growing fleets of tactical UAVs in a rapidly evolving operating environment.
Providing additional range and capability for vessels and up-close surveillance where manned patrol aircraft fail to reach, unmanned technology is continuing to develop, enhancing maritime C4ISR capability.
While unmanned activity within the Middle East generally involves military operations by foreign powers, opportunities for commercial providers are increasing as the indigenous capability for both sectors expands.
While the use of unmanned aircraft is an undeniable necessity of modern warfare, industry is developing various UCAVs without the guarantee of future success. Former RAF Air Marshal Iain McNicoll, fellow at the Royal Aeronautical Society, gives his views on the realities of their capability and the likelihood of such a platform entering service.
• Sense and avoid technology
• HALE UAVs
• Advanced materials
(Singapore Airshow, UMEX, DefExpo, DIMDEX, FIDAE, AUSA Global Force)
• Latin American UAS
• Rotary-wing UAS
• UGV base security
• Data storage
(DSA, Quad A, AVUSI's Xponential, SOFEX, Sea-Air-Space, SOFIC)
• UAS training
• Launch and recovery
• Small commercial UAS
• UUV/USV hydrography
(UDT Europe, ILA Berlin, Eurosatory, Farnborough Air Show)
• Commercial UAS insurance
• UGV bomb disposal
• Composite materials
(MSPO, AAD, ADAS)
• Maritime UAS
• Navigation systems
• Tactical UAS
(AUSA Annual, Commercial UAV Show, Euronaval, Indo Defence, Unmanned Vehicle & Systems)
• Load carrying UGVs
• Engine development
(I/ITSEC, Aero India)
• UAS training
• Control stations
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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