The Future of Unmanned Systems: National Security & First Responders The Future of Unmanned Systems: National Security & First Responders

The Future of Unmanned Systems: National Security & First Responders

2013 Mid-America Defense Conference

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Publisher Description

The National Center for Complex Operations (NCCO) and Indiana State University are pleased to present the Mid-America Defense Conference, an informative event showcasing the use of unmanned systems in multiple national security and first response applications. These incredible platforms are having a profound impact around the globe in agriculture, public safety, drug-trafficking surveillance, disaster response, space exploration, weather forecasting and even assessing events like the gulf oil-spill.

The Mid-America Defense Conference takes a comprehensive look at emerging and future unmanned system strategies and applications, and ways the government, academia and industry are working closely together in innovative and symbiotic relationships. In Indiana specifically, the “Indiana Defense Corridor” offers a unique blend of capabilities, assets, personnel and infrastructure supporting the research, development, testing, evaluation, training and operation of unmanned systems and robotics unequaled anywhere in the world.

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
2013
October 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
18
Pages
PUBLISHER
Sagamore Institute
SELLER
Sagamore Institute
SIZE
297
MB

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