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Unmanned aerial vehicle (uav), military aircraft that is guided autonomously, by remote control, or both and that carries sensors, target designators, offensive ordnance, or electronic transmitters designed to interfere with or destroy enemy targets unencumbered by crew, life-support systems. From the thesis abstract: this thesis examines the issue of law enforcement's use of unmanned aerial systems (uas) from an ethical perspective as uas have only recently been introduced into the national airspace system (nas), legislation regarding their use in america's skies is lacking. An unmanned aerial system (uas) has three components: an autonomous or human-operated control system which is usually on the ground or a ship but may be on another airborne platform an unmanned aerial vehicle (uav) a command and control (c2. The unmanned aerial systems one year technical certificate prepares students with the exemplify a high standard of ethical or professional behavior by applying and demonstrating crew demonstrate use of hardware and software for data acquisition and analysis purposes related to. 30 ethical concerns for unmanned systems prior to discussing this topic in terms of traditional engineering codes of ethics, it is important to look at some of the philosophical concerns regarding unmanned systems.
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