Northeast UAS Airspace Integration Research Alliance

Leading the research and deployment technologies
for safe UAS operations in the nation's airspace.

Lockheed Martin Video | The Future of Optionally Manned and Unmanned Vehicles

April 1, 2017

Unmanned systems are changing the way militaries operate and protect forces, the way first responders fight fires and how researchers explore the ocean terrains. The success of an unmanned system in any domain is best demonstrated by the way it integrates with manned activity and serves as a capability multiplier, rather than a one-for-one swap. Lockheed Martin’s portfolio emphasizes the human-machine team to expand capabilities, whether conducting tactical surveillance in a war zone, dousing forest fires, moving supplies in a convoy or inspecting underwater pipelines.