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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8471 Drones 1 29/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : BAE Systems FUTURISTIC hybrid drones with both a helicopter and airplane mode are set to revolutionise warfare, experts claim.Engineers have unveiled ambitious an ambitious new concept for adaptable unmanned aerial vehicles , known as UAVs, which are so agile they can take off and land like a helicopter and still fly like plane.Experts believe the drones of the future, which will alternate between fixed-wing flight and rotary-wing flight, could be deployed by soldiers in the next few decades.Engineers from UK company BAE Systems together with students from Britain???s Cranfield University claim the adaptable flight modes will make the craft perfectly suited to the challenges of modern warfare.With adaptive flight control and advanced navigation and guidance software, the aircraft will benefit from the greater speed and range of fixed-wing aircraft before alternating to rotary-wing mode to hover and achieve vertical take-off and landing.The experts believe multiple UAVs deployed together in a swarm will be effective in tackling sophisticated air defences as well as operating in complex and cluttered urban environments.The futuristic drones would take off and land from a pole attached to a military vehicle ??" allowing the craft to land even on a moving target like a ship, submarine or military vehicle.The innovative pole design stabilises the aircraft, preventing wind or movement from dislodging the UAVs during take-off and landing.In rotary-wing flight ??" or ???helicopter mode??? ??" the adaptable craft can land safely in small spaces without injuring personnel.Professor Nick Colosimo, BAE Systems??? futurist and technologist, said: ??sThe battlefield of the future will require novel solutions to meet emerging threats and to keep human operators safe wherever they may be.??sThe Adaptable UAVs concept and related technologies are one of a number of concepts being explored t
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8471 Drones 1 29/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : BAE Systems FUTURISTIC hybrid drones with both a helicopter and airplane mode are set to revolutionise warfare, experts claim.Engineers have unveiled ambitious an ambitious new concept for adaptable unmanned aerial vehicles , known as UAVs, which are so agile they can take off and land like a helicopter and still fly like plane.Experts believe the drones of the future, which will alternate between fixed-wing flight and rotary-wing flight, could be deployed by soldiers in the next few decades.Engineers from UK company BAE Systems together with students from Britain???s Cranfield University claim the adaptable flight modes will make the craft perfectly suited to the challenges of modern warfare.With adaptive flight control and advanced navigation and guidance software, the aircraft will benefit from the greater speed and range of fixed-wing aircraft before alternating to rotary-wing mode to hover and achieve vertical take-off and landing.The experts believe multiple UAVs deployed together in a swarm will be effective in tackling sophisticated air defences as well as operating in complex and cluttered urban environments.The futuristic drones would take off and land from a pole attached to a military vehicle ??" allowing the craft to land even on a moving target like a ship, submarine or military vehicle.The innovative pole design stabilises the aircraft, preventing wind or movement from dislodging the UAVs during take-off and landing.In rotary-wing flight ??" or ???helicopter mode??? ??" the adaptable craft can land safely in small spaces without injuring personnel.Professor Nick Colosimo, BAE Systems??? futurist and technologist, said: ??sThe battlefield of the future will require novel solutions to meet emerging threats and to keep human operators safe wherever they may be.??sThe Adaptable UAVs concept and related technologies are one of a number of concepts being explored t
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8471 Drones 1 29/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : BAE Systems FUTURISTIC hybrid drones with both a helicopter and airplane mode are set to revolutionise warfare, experts claim.Engineers have unveiled ambitious an ambitious new concept for adaptable unmanned aerial vehicles , known as UAVs, which are so agile they can take off and land like a helicopter and still fly like plane.Experts believe the drones of the future, which will alternate between fixed-wing flight and rotary-wing flight, could be deployed by soldiers in the next few decades.Engineers from UK company BAE Systems together with students from Britain???s Cranfield University claim the adaptable flight modes will make the craft perfectly suited to the challenges of modern warfare.With adaptive flight control and advanced navigation and guidance software, the aircraft will benefit from the greater speed and range of fixed-wing aircraft before alternating to rotary-wing mode to hover and achieve vertical take-off and landing.The experts believe multiple UAVs deployed together in a swarm will be effective in tackling sophisticated air defences as well as operating in complex and cluttered urban environments.The futuristic drones would take off and land from a pole attached to a military vehicle ??" allowing the craft to land even on a moving target like a ship, submarine or military vehicle.The innovative pole design stabilises the aircraft, preventing wind or movement from dislodging the UAVs during take-off and landing.In rotary-wing flight ??" or ???helicopter mode??? ??" the adaptable craft can land safely in small spaces without injuring personnel.Professor Nick Colosimo, BAE Systems??? futurist and technologist, said: ??sThe battlefield of the future will require novel solutions to meet emerging threats and to keep human operators safe wherever they may be.??sThe Adaptable UAVs concept and related technologies are one of a number of concepts being explored t
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8471 Drones 1 29/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : BAE Systems FUTURISTIC hybrid drones with both a helicopter and airplane mode are set to revolutionise warfare, experts claim.Engineers have unveiled ambitious an ambitious new concept for adaptable unmanned aerial vehicles , known as UAVs, which are so agile they can take off and land like a helicopter and still fly like plane.Experts believe the drones of the future, which will alternate between fixed-wing flight and rotary-wing flight, could be deployed by soldiers in the next few decades.Engineers from UK company BAE Systems together with students from Britain???s Cranfield University claim the adaptable flight modes will make the craft perfectly suited to the challenges of modern warfare.With adaptive flight control and advanced navigation and guidance software, the aircraft will benefit from the greater speed and range of fixed-wing aircraft before alternating to rotary-wing mode to hover and achieve vertical take-off and landing.The experts believe multiple UAVs deployed together in a swarm will be effective in tackling sophisticated air defences as well as operating in complex and cluttered urban environments.The futuristic drones would take off and land from a pole attached to a military vehicle ??" allowing the craft to land even on a moving target like a ship, submarine or military vehicle.The innovative pole design stabilises the aircraft, preventing wind or movement from dislodging the UAVs during take-off and landing.In rotary-wing flight ??" or ???helicopter mode??? ??" the adaptable craft can land safely in small spaces without injuring personnel.Professor Nick Colosimo, BAE Systems??? futurist and technologist, said: ??sThe battlefield of the future will require novel solutions to meet emerging threats and to keep human operators safe wherever they may be.??sThe Adaptable UAVs concept and related technologies are one of a number of concepts being explored t
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8471 Drones 1 29/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : BAE Systems FUTURISTIC hybrid drones with both a helicopter and airplane mode are set to revolutionise warfare, experts claim.Engineers have unveiled ambitious an ambitious new concept for adaptable unmanned aerial vehicles , known as UAVs, which are so agile they can take off and land like a helicopter and still fly like plane.Experts believe the drones of the future, which will alternate between fixed-wing flight and rotary-wing flight, could be deployed by soldiers in the next few decades.Engineers from UK company BAE Systems together with students from Britain???s Cranfield University claim the adaptable flight modes will make the craft perfectly suited to the challenges of modern warfare.With adaptive flight control and advanced navigation and guidance software, the aircraft will benefit from the greater speed and range of fixed-wing aircraft before alternating to rotary-wing mode to hover and achieve vertical take-off and landing.The experts believe multiple UAVs deployed together in a swarm will be effective in tackling sophisticated air defences as well as operating in complex and cluttered urban environments.The futuristic drones would take off and land from a pole attached to a military vehicle ??" allowing the craft to land even on a moving target like a ship, submarine or military vehicle.The innovative pole design stabilises the aircraft, preventing wind or movement from dislodging the UAVs during take-off and landing.In rotary-wing flight ??" or ???helicopter mode??? ??" the adaptable craft can land safely in small spaces without injuring personnel.Professor Nick Colosimo, BAE Systems??? futurist and technologist, said: ??sThe battlefield of the future will require novel solutions to meet emerging threats and to keep human operators safe wherever they may be.??sThe Adaptable UAVs concept and related technologies are one of a number of concepts being explored t
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8471 Drones 1 29/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : BAE Systems FUTURISTIC hybrid drones with both a helicopter and airplane mode are set to revolutionise warfare, experts claim.Engineers have unveiled ambitious an ambitious new concept for adaptable unmanned aerial vehicles , known as UAVs, which are so agile they can take off and land like a helicopter and still fly like plane.Experts believe the drones of the future, which will alternate between fixed-wing flight and rotary-wing flight, could be deployed by soldiers in the next few decades.Engineers from UK company BAE Systems together with students from Britain???s Cranfield University claim the adaptable flight modes will make the craft perfectly suited to the challenges of modern warfare.With adaptive flight control and advanced navigation and guidance software, the aircraft will benefit from the greater speed and range of fixed-wing aircraft before alternating to rotary-wing mode to hover and achieve vertical take-off and landing.The experts believe multiple UAVs deployed together in a swarm will be effective in tackling sophisticated air defences as well as operating in complex and cluttered urban environments.The futuristic drones would take off and land from a pole attached to a military vehicle ??" allowing the craft to land even on a moving target like a ship, submarine or military vehicle.The innovative pole design stabilises the aircraft, preventing wind or movement from dislodging the UAVs during take-off and landing.In rotary-wing flight ??" or ???helicopter mode??? ??" the adaptable craft can land safely in small spaces without injuring personnel.Professor Nick Colosimo, BAE Systems??? futurist and technologist, said: ??sThe battlefield of the future will require novel solutions to meet emerging threats and to keep human operators safe wherever they may be.??sThe Adaptable UAVs concept and related technologies are one of a number of concepts being explored t
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8471 Drones 1 29/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : BAE Systems FUTURISTIC hybrid drones with both a helicopter and airplane mode are set to revolutionise warfare, experts claim.Engineers have unveiled ambitious an ambitious new concept for adaptable unmanned aerial vehicles , known as UAVs, which are so agile they can take off and land like a helicopter and still fly like plane.Experts believe the drones of the future, which will alternate between fixed-wing flight and rotary-wing flight, could be deployed by soldiers in the next few decades.Engineers from UK company BAE Systems together with students from Britain???s Cranfield University claim the adaptable flight modes will make the craft perfectly suited to the challenges of modern warfare.With adaptive flight control and advanced navigation and guidance software, the aircraft will benefit from the greater speed and range of fixed-wing aircraft before alternating to rotary-wing mode to hover and achieve vertical take-off and landing.The experts believe multiple UAVs deployed together in a swarm will be effective in tackling sophisticated air defences as well as operating in complex and cluttered urban environments.The futuristic drones would take off and land from a pole attached to a military vehicle ??" allowing the craft to land even on a moving target like a ship, submarine or military vehicle.The innovative pole design stabilises the aircraft, preventing wind or movement from dislodging the UAVs during take-off and landing.In rotary-wing flight ??" or ???helicopter mode??? ??" the adaptable craft can land safely in small spaces without injuring personnel.Professor Nick Colosimo, BAE Systems??? futurist and technologist, said: ??sThe battlefield of the future will require novel solutions to meet emerging threats and to keep human operators safe wherever they may be.??sThe Adaptable UAVs concept and related technologies are one of a number of concepts being explored t
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8471 Drones 1 29/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : BAE Systems FUTURISTIC hybrid drones with both a helicopter and airplane mode are set to revolutionise warfare, experts claim.Engineers have unveiled ambitious an ambitious new concept for adaptable unmanned aerial vehicles , known as UAVs, which are so agile they can take off and land like a helicopter and still fly like plane.Experts believe the drones of the future, which will alternate between fixed-wing flight and rotary-wing flight, could be deployed by soldiers in the next few decades.Engineers from UK company BAE Systems together with students from Britain???s Cranfield University claim the adaptable flight modes will make the craft perfectly suited to the challenges of modern warfare.With adaptive flight control and advanced navigation and guidance software, the aircraft will benefit from the greater speed and range of fixed-wing aircraft before alternating to rotary-wing mode to hover and achieve vertical take-off and landing.The experts believe multiple UAVs deployed together in a swarm will be effective in tackling sophisticated air defences as well as operating in complex and cluttered urban environments.The futuristic drones would take off and land from a pole attached to a military vehicle ??" allowing the craft to land even on a moving target like a ship, submarine or military vehicle.The innovative pole design stabilises the aircraft, preventing wind or movement from dislodging the UAVs during take-off and landing.In rotary-wing flight ??" or ???helicopter mode??? ??" the adaptable craft can land safely in small spaces without injuring personnel.Professor Nick Colosimo, BAE Systems??? futurist and technologist, said: ??sThe battlefield of the future will require novel solutions to meet emerging threats and to keep human operators safe wherever they may be.??sThe Adaptable UAVs concept and related technologies are one of a number of concepts being explored t