New UAV sensors could leave enemy no place to hide

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New UAV sensors could leave enemy no place to hide

Wide-angle imaging systems offer multiple views of battlespace to enhance target identification

Despite the increase in unmanned airborne surveillance, this rapidly expanding resource is limited when it comes to battlefield focus. It can zero in on just one target at a time, making it tough for unmanned aerial vehicle users when there are numerous, fast-moving targets in the area.

Source: https://defensesystems.com/articles/2009/09/02/c4isr-3-gorgon-stare.aspx

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