The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International wrapped up its Xponential 2016 exhibition last week where some 600 exhibitors displayed technologies available for drones, autonomous vehicles, and remotely piloted systems of all kinds. One of the themes in evidence was unmanned system technology is maturing. Many of the initial forays in the field relied on repurposed hobbyist equipment. That’s rapidly changing as regulatory agencies get more involved with drones.
In the pages that follow you’ll see some of the developments we found at Xponential that stood out.
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