Autonomous Aerial Robots in 2030

Autonomous Aerial Robots in 2030

Posted by Laura Samso | 01/03/2016 | Research, RPAS

Carl von Clausewitz defined the fundamental elements of complexity: sensitivity to initial conditions, interaction between interdependent variables, the presence of feedback cycles, and the ability of a system to spontaneously adapt to changes in the environment. At present, changes are really frequent and there is a need to quickly adapt and continue, thus, speculation about the future environment of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAS) in 2030 is even more challenging.

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