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CAZENEUVE Optimax 360 Lathe
This CAZENEUVE Optimax 360 Lathe was manufactured in the year 2019 in France. It is equipped with a
This CAZENEUVE Optimax 360 Lathe was manufactured in the year 2019 in France. It is equipped with a ...
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NASC TRACER UAV unveiled in Florida

Posted on 09 May 2022 and read 862 times
NASC TRACER UAV unveiled in FloridaA new unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) was unveiled recently at the AUVSI Xponential convention held in Orlando, Florida. Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation (NASC) has partnered with Sonex Aerospace to develop a twin-engine jet-powered unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) called Tracer which is based upon SubSonex’s proven airframe. The NASC Tracer is described as ‘a low-cost, high-performance unmanned aerial system (UAS) designed for speed, versatility and survivability’.

The easily field-maintainable aircraft, which has an 18ft wing span and take-off weight of 1,500lb, is designed for a wide range of operations, including manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T), reconnaissance, counter UAS, communication relay, insertion into contested airspace, electronic warfare, research and development, military training activities and many other mission sets.

Bryan Hazlett, NASC vice president (UAS sector), said: “Developing what we at NASC consider a ‘best-value, low risk’ UAV alternative to larger and more expensive options is a proud moment for all of us at NASC. Our team has truly gone above and beyond to produce a highly capable platform that answers the call for a multi-mission, jet UAS.”