Allgemein — U©AV — Waffensystem der Zukunft

Quel­len­nach­weis

a) Print­me­di­en:

Bolk­com, Christopher/Bone, Eliz­a­beth (2003): Unmanned Aer­i­al Vehi­cles: Back­ground and Issues for Con­gress. Wash­ing­ton.

Lange, Sascha (2003): Flu­gro­bot­er statt beman­nter Mil­itär­flugzeuge? Berlin.

Lewis, William K. (2002): UCAVTHE NEXT GENERATION AIR-SUPERIORITY FIGHTER? Maxwell Air Force Base, Alaba­ma.

Office of the Sec­re­tary of Defense (2005): Unmanned Air­craft Sys­tems Roadmap 2005–2030. Wash­ing­ton.

Office of the Under Sec­re­tary of Defense (2004): Unmanned Aer­i­al Vehi­cles and Unin­hab­it­ed Com­bat Aer­i­al Vehi­cles. Wash­ing­ton.

Thomp­son, Ken­neth E. (1998): F‑16 UNINHABITED AIR COMBAT VEHICLES. Maxwell Air Force Base, Alaba­ma.

b) Dig­i­talme­di­en:

X‑45 J‑UCAV Joint Unmanned Com­bat Air Sys­tem, USA — (www.airforce-technology.com)

Preda­tor RQ‑1 / MQ‑1 / MQ‑9 Reaper — (www.airforce-technology.com)

Glob­al Hawk — (www.af.mil)

Gen­er­al Atom­ics MQ‑9 Reaper (Preda­tor B) — (www.designation-systems.net)

IAI/AAI RQ‑2 Pio­neer — (www.designation-systems.net)

Day­ton Wright/Kettering Lib­er­ty Eagle (“Bug”) — (www.designation-systems.net)

RQ-4A Glob­al Hawk (Tier II+ HAE UAV) — (www.fas.org)

RQ‑1 Preda­tor MAE UAV — (www.fas.org)

X‑45 Unmanned Com­bat Air Vehi­cle (UCAV) — (www.fas.org)

www.northropgrumman.com

PIONEER RQ-2B (pdf-Datei) — (www.puav.com)

DROHNEN IM ZIVILEN UND MILITÄRISCHEN EINSATZ (pdf-Datei) — (www.dominik-heider.de)

UCAV CONFERENCE (pdf-Datei) — (www.iqpc.co.uk)

The Future of the Manned Air Supe­ri­or­i­ty (pdf-Datei) — (http://wps.cfc.forces.gc.ca)

UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES (UAV) — (www.au.af.mil)

The Time is Right: Devel­op­ing a UAV Pol­i­cy for the Cana­di­an Forces (pdf-Datei) — (www.cda-cdai.ca)

UAV Nav­i­ga­tion in an Unknown Envi­ron­ment (pdf-Datei) — (http://path.berkeley.edu)

Autonomous Tar­get Fol­low­ing by Unmanned Aer­i­al Vehi­cles (pdf-Datei) — (www.cs.ucf.edu)

c) Bild­nach­weis:

Join/FF — Bilder des EADS Bar­racu­da (mit fre­undlich­er Genehmi­gung).

US Air Force (USAF) – Pik­togramm Kom­mu­nika­tion­sar­chitek­tur.

US Navy (USN) — RQ-2B Pio­neer.

Depart­ment of Defense (DoD) – übrige Pho­togra­phien.

Nel­lis Air Force Base — Farb­bild MQ‑1 Preda­tor.

DefendAmer­i­ca — RQ-2B Pio­neer.