RPAS

Research
Status: 
started
Brief description: 
UAV Based Innovative Means for Land and Sea Non-cooperative Vehicle Stop (AEROCEPTOR) is aimed at development of a new and innovative concept of operation to remotely and safely control, slow and stop non‐cooperative vehicles in both land and sea scenarios, by the means of Remote Piloted Aerial System (RPAS).
Research
Status: 
finished
Brief description: 

The goal of this project is to elaborate an open architecture for the operation of unmanned air-to-ground wide area land and sea border surveillance platforms in Europe.

Research
Status: 
planned
Brief description: 

Developing innovative technological solutions to increase airborne maritime surveillance efficiency while reducing costs.

Development
Status: 
finished
Brief description: 

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) by first responders and homeland security operators will make the following capabilities stronger, safer, and more cost effective: • Real-Time Law Enforcement Operational Support • Special Event Response • Crime Scene Situational Awareness • Border Security • Fire/Wildfire Response • Disaster Evaluation and Response

Report
External
Date of publication: 
Sat, 19/08/2017
DG Enterprise and DG Mobility and Transport conducted in 2011 and 2012 an extensive consultation on the future of RPAS. The present document, published in September 2012, reports the outcomes of this consultation.