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The development of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) has opened a promising new chapter in the history of...

Originally shared by Gary Mortimer

The development of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) has opened a promising new chapter in the history of aerospace. Military exploitation of UAS has grown significantly in the recent years. However this trend has so far not been followed by the civil sector.

RPAS can offer a wide range of civil applications for the benefit of European citizens and businesses. Being remotely piloted, RPA can perform tasks that manned systems cannot perform, either for safety or for economic reasons.
http://www.suasnews.com/2013/05/22726/rpas-a-boost-for-european-creativity-and-innovation/

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