Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) 2015

 

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A BETTER TOMORROW

Lockheed Martin is creating a whole new world of possibilities with unmanned and robotic systems for air, land and sea. From the depths of the ocean to the rarified air of the stratosphere, Lockheed Martin’s unmanned systems are engineered to help our military, civil and commercial customers accomplish their most difficult challenges today and in the future.


Join us at Booth 1031 at AUVSI in Atlanta, Georgia, May 5-7, to explore the many unmanned solutions we offer for applications in the military and defense sector, oil and gas, agriculture, first response, firefighting, humanitarian aid, and UAS operating areas, maps, briefings and alerts. Can’t make it to the show? Be a part of the conversation online by following #unmanned15 on social media or subscribe to our Unmanned Technologies newsletter by clicking the link below.

 

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Featured Technologies

ARES

ARES VTOL flight module is designed to operate as an unmanned platform capable of transporting a variety of payloads.




 

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Flight-Services-featured

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) relies on Lockheed Martin to help it build the world’s safest, most efficient aerospace system.



 

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JAGM-featured

The Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) multi-mode guidance section offers enhanced performance on tomorrow’s battlefield.

 

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SMSS-featured

The largest unmanned vehicle ever deployed with U.S. ground forces, the Lockheed Martin Squad Mission Support System leverages robotic technologies for unmanned transport and logistical support for light, early entry and special operations forces.

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VCS-4586-featured

Our Vehicle Control Station (VCS) software is a fully integrated command, control, and information system designed for operating and monitoring unmanned vehicle systems. 

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DARPA-Robotics-Challenge-featured

The DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) is an international competition of robot systems and software teams developing robots capable of assisting humans in responding to natural and man-made disasters.

 

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Fury-featured

With the largest payload capacity and volume among runway-independent UAS’, and its advanced heavy fuel propulsion system, best in class power generation, and low signature design, Fury 1500 is capable of supporting any ISR and IEW requirement. 

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K-MAX-featured

The K-MAX UAS is a transformational technology for a fast-moving battlefield that will enable Marines to deliver supplies either day or night to precise locations without risk of losing life in the process.

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Stalker--featured

Stalker is an operationally proven small, silent, Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) that provides unprecedented long-endurance imaging capability throughout an array of environments.

 

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X-56A

The X-56A Multi-utility Aeroelastic Demonstration (MAD) is an innovative modular unmanned air vehicle designed to test active flutter suppression and gust load alleviation.

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Desert-Hawk-featured

The Desert Hawk family of UAS' is designed for portability, quick mission planning, hand launched and skid recovery, multi-mission versatility, enhanced day/night target detection, recognition, identification, greater operational range, endurance and covert operations.

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Indago-featured

The small vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) unmanned aircraft system gives warfighters, first responders and others in small, cluttered, urban environments an eye-in-the-sky in just minutes.

 

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Remote-Minehunting-System

The Remote Minehunting System (RMS) provides the primary mine reconnaissance capability in the Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Mine Countermeasures (MCM) Mission Package. 

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Vector-Hawk-featured

Designed for versatility and affordability, the Vector Hawk addresses a broad set of unique missions and operating needs within a single system.



 

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