Pocket UAVs for over-the-next-hill surveillance in U.S. Army's future...

Pocket UAVs for over-the-next-hill surveillance in U.S. Army's future...
November 3, 2013
Pocket Drone
NATICK, Mass., 3 Nov 2013. U.S. Army researchers are asking a Norwegian company to develop a pocket-sized helicopter drone to provide a personal reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for infantrymen and Special Forces warfighters.

November 3, 2013
By John Keller, Editor
Avionics Intelligence

The Army Contracting Command is awarding the contract for the Black Hornet pocket unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) on behalf of the Army Natick Soldier Systems Center as part of the Army Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF) for the transition of technologies developed by small businesses to solve immediate defense needs.

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