Understanding the Implications of Current UAS Initiatives: Evolving DoD Employment Methods, Commercial Use of UAS, and Capability Advances
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), projected to be a $10.6bn market in 2013, have proven their efficacy in Operations Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) over the past decade. UAS platforms allow the DoD to project lethality and ISR capabilities without projecting vulnerability. Drone attacks are so effective that they’re the instrument of choice in eliminating insurgents in many hostile areas. As UAS technology matures and prices start to drop from commoditized components, more agencies are becoming interested in adopting UAS platforms. The market is on the brink of yet another explosion.
IDGA presents its 9th Annual UAS Training Workshop that covers trending topics but aims to place a unique focus on the Warfighter’s perspective – a voice often drowned out in high-level discussions. This event will focus on two key areas:
Exciting advances are being forged in the UAS DoD space and the commercial market is on the verge of taking off. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from industry leaders and DoD decision-makers as well as Warfighters.Visit Website