Fully-electric mobile command center developed for unmanned aerial systems

As unmanned aerial systems (UAS), or drones, become more capable and ubiquitous on wildfires the infrastructure supporting the flight crews will undoubtably become more sophisticated. Typically they work out of a cargo trailer or pickup truck and may have a generator to recharge the batteries on the controllers and aircraft. But it does not always … Continue reading "Fully-electric mobile command center developed for unmanned aerial systems"

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