Unmanned systems: Robots help repair a US Air Force base, drone swarms take to the air, and UAS assist with airport traffic management


In this week’s roundup from the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, which highlights some of the latest news and headlines in unmanned vehicles and robotics, telehandlers clear airfield and test range debris after they sustain hurricane damage, Oklahoma State University gains permission to fly fixed-wing drone swarms, and Rome, NY hosts an integration of UAS into traffic control systems.

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