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  • Jan 8, 2018
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January 8th, 2018
Joint Venture With Japan Could Yield Connectivity Through High-Altitude, Solar-Powered Drone

A high-altitude pseudo-satellite (HAPS) is a category of unmanned aircraft that AeroVironment Inc. thinks could deliver a multitude of benefits to the commercial market through use of Internet of Things (IoT) and other technologies and concepts. Read More at Aviation Today