Army researchers identified ways to make small drones, like PUMA, quieter. | Credit: Sgt. Hillary Rustine
It’s no secret the U.S. Army wants its small unmanned aerial systems to operate quietly in densely-populated regions, but tests to achieve this can be expensive, time-consuming and labor-intensive according to researchers.
Editor’s Note: This article was republished from the U.S. Army’s DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory.
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