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AFRL officials outline efforts to build on next year's manned-unmanned teaming demo

November 06, 2017 |
Rachel Karas
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The Air Force Research Laboratory is planning ways to build on next year's manned-unmanned teaming effort that will gradually improve how autonomous systems perform in flight, officials told Inside Defense Nov. 2. AFRL will flight test pairs of manned and unmanned aircraft over 15 months starting in late 2018 under a broad autonomy research effort called Science and Technology for Autonomous Teammates, Inside Defense reported last month. Matthew Clark, AFRL's aerospace systems lead for autonomy, said last week the...

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