Speed, distance and adaptive distribution – the rise of the logistics UAV

By Jason Sibley. The use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) continues to become more common.  We are all familiar with the military use of UAV’s, and their indispensable role  in performing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions, command and control nodes, force protection and ordnance delivery without the need for the deployment of troops on… Continue reading Speed, distance and adaptive distribution – the rise of the logistics UAV

Technology and what lies beneath – the full cost of modernisation

By David Beaumont. You needn’t venture far to find an article or military concept which in some way promotes technology and capability modernisation as a means of addressing the next, albeit hypothesised, battlefield challenge. Great advances in robotics and automation, information and communication systems, weaponry and the introduction of innovative technologies such as unmanned aerial… Continue reading Technology and what lies beneath – the full cost of modernisation