Uncrewed Systems Technology 046

88 A s commercial and government UAV operations look set to become an increasingly common part of our daily lives, conversations are being had about the kinds of permanent infrastructure needed for ensuring the safety of autonomous aircraft performing survey, logistics, security and other tasks. When it comes to the safety of civilians on the ground and other aircraft – particularly crewed vehicles – sharing a UAV’s airspace, there must be the persistent ability to monitor and possibly take control of the uncrewed system. In order to ensure effective uncrewed traffic Rory Jackson reports on the development of the Vantis command and control network for managing uncrewed traffic in mixed airspace High command October/November 2022 | Uncrewed Systems Technology