This course aims to provide students with a comprehensive introduction to the technology and theory behind ISR sensors currently used on UAS and RPAS. The course has been designed to expand the user’s knowledge beyond traditional electro-optics/infrared sensors and introduces students to a broader range of intelligence collection devices available across the electro-magnetic spectrum.
Upon completion of this course, students will have a solid knowledge of UAS and RPAS sensors and will be able to advise commanders of which system to select and employ for different mission sets. Graduates will understand the benefits and limitations of UAS and RPAS equipped with payloads of different size, weight and power requirements.
The course can be either delivered using a generic curriculum or can be tailored to a specific region, country, platform or range of sensors.
This course is aimed at operators, analysts and managers who want to gain a deeper understanding of sensor technology within the UAS and RPAS domain. It is suitable for a range of abilities, from those who are new to UAS and RPAS platforms to those with more experience who wish to understand more about advanced sensor payloads and collection capabilities.
Domain Area: Uncrewed Air Operations
Course Title: Uncrewed Air Systems (UAS) and Remotely Piloted Air System (RPAS) Sensors
Course Duration: 3 Days
Student Numbers: Max 10
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