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Prioria CU-169 Maveric

Starting in 2010, the Canadian Forces acquired the Maveric hand-held micro "“UAVs (MUAV) in support of operations in Afghanistan. The fully autonomous MUAV is equipped with image-stabilized cameras and features an on-board processor capable of interpreting the visual stream of data for collision avoidance purposes. The light-weight composite airframe, which features a bird-like design, has bendable wings and a tail section designed or easy storage and transport of the entire MUAV in a tube. Assembly is consequently very rapid and the MUAV is simply hand-launched into action. The MUAV simply performs a skid landing at the end of its mission. Kestrel Publications

last update: 2022-03-22 19:48:32

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