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by John E. Peters,Somi Seong,Aimee Bower,Harun Dogo,Aaron L. Martin,Christopher G. Pernin

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John E. Peters,Somi Seong,Aimee Bower,Harun Dogo,Aaron L. Martin,Christopher G. Pernin
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978-0833050441
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0833050443
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RAND Corporation (December 23, 2011)
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Peters, John . Somi Seong, Aimee Bower, Harun Dogo, Aaron L. Martin, and Christopher G. Pernin, Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Logistics Applications, Santa Monica, Calif.

Peters, John . RAND Corporation, MG-978-A, 2011.

oceedings{, title {Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Logistics Applications}, author {John E. Peters and Somi Seong and Aim{'e}e Bower and Harun Dogo and Aaron Martin and Christopher G. Pernin}, year {2011} }. John E. Peters. Peters, Somi Seong, +3 authors Christopher G. Pernin. Abstract : This project evaluated 10 potential logistics applications for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to determine whether they are technically feasible, operationally feasible, and more cost-effective than other options.

Logistics Re-supply Mission Support Role for the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Requirements Identification and Definition, Information Paper.

Securities and Exchange Commission. Unmanned aerial vehicles for logistics are attracting increasing attention in recent years because of their important contribution and cost effective application in many tasks. In this paper, the logistics applications of unmanned aerial vehicles is investigated, which shows the problems in the development of our country's unmanned aerial vehicles. Logistics Re-supply Mission Support Role for the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Requirements Identification and Definition, Information Paper.

p. cm. Includes bibliographical references.

John E. Peters, Somi Seong, Aimee Bower. RAND Arroyo Center evaluated potential logistics applications for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to determine whether they are technically feasible, operationally feasible, and more cost-effective than other. RAND Arroyo Center evaluated potential logistics applications for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to determine whether they are technically feasible, operationally feasible, and more cost-effective than other options. The study identified six factors that could be used to compare UAS and non-UAS based solutions to logistics tasks. The study uncovered significant potential for logistics applications of these systems in the near- and long-term future.

by Peters, John . Seong, Somi; Bower, Aimee; Dogo, Harun; Martin, Aaron L. . Seong, Somi; Bower, Aimee; Dogo, Harun; Martin, Aaron . Pernin, Christopher G. ISBN13: 9780833050441.

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RAND Arroyo Center estimated the feasibility and likely benefits of using unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to support logistics operations. Future theaters rich in bandwidth will have robust networks that can satisfy many logistics needs, and the Army should invest in connectivity to that network. In bandwidth-poor theaters, small UAS with direct, point-to-point connectivity may be an attractive option for providing critical situational awareness.