Explore the Unlimited Potential of Unmanned Systems at AUVSI

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In the air, on land and at sea, Lockheed Martin continues to push the limits of unmanned system technology. The goal is always the same – keep armed forces and citizens connected in the safest way possible with real-time data, information and imagery.

Although interest and popularity of unmanned technology and solutions have increased most significantly in the last decade, Lockheed Martin’s first unmanned system dates back to 1918. Since then, we have focused on continually refining our products to create value-added solutions for our customers. We’re also leading the way in autonomy, information management and multi-vehicle control while increasing the affordability of unmanned systems technology and the efficiency of the total force.

Explore the latest in unmanned systems as we showcase our game-changing technologies at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International trade show. Check back for regular event updates as the show unfolds May 13-15, 2014.  

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Robots: Soldiers' Trusty Sidekicks

   

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15 Unmanned Facts

   

  FEATURED TECHNOLOGIES

   

AUVSI's Unmanned Systems

13-15 May 2014

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Media Briefing Schedule:

Indago VTOL Flight System Demonstration
Tuesday, May 13
10:45 - 11:15 a.m.
Exhibit Hall, Air Demo Area

We will demonstrate the Indago Law Enforcement (LE) with hand controller and electro-optical/infra-red payload at AUVSI this year. This system is unique because it offers industry leading flight time and unmatched stability in adverse weather conditions.

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Expanding the Lockheed Martin Small UAS Portfolio
Tuesday, May 13
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Room S220D

Learn about our current small UAS portfolio, including a new product announcement, a major Stalker XE milestone, and the various ways UAS can add value to commercial markets, including precision agriculture, pipelining, law enforcement, forestry and firefighting.

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Indago VTOL Flight System Demonstration
Wednesday, May 14
11:15 a.m.- 12:15 p.m.
Exhibit Hall, Air Demo Area

We will demonstrate the Indago Law Enforcement (LE) with hand controller and electro-optical/infra-red payload at AUVSI this year. This system is unique because it offers industry leading flight time and unmatched stability in adverse weather conditions.

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SMSS, Fire Ox and Beyond: The Many Mission Roles of Lockheed Martin's Autonomous Technologies
Wednesday, May 14
3:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Room S220C

Learn about the various roles and potential applications of our autonomous technologies, focusing on the new Fire Ox, a firefighting variant of the Squad Mission Support System (SMSS) that will provide first responders with a new tool for their arsenal of lifesaving equipment.



Additional Feature Stories:

K-MAX Evolution
Two Million Flight Hours
Deployment of Fixed Wing & VTOL

Media Contacts:

Melissa Dalton
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
661-400-8946

Keith Little
Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training
202-302-3735

Craig Vanbebber
Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control
214-534-1921

Stephen O'Neill
Advanced Technology Laboratory
856-792-9815