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Unmanned Systems Roadmap 2007-2032 (Black and White)

Unmanned Systems Roadmap 2007-2032 (Black and White) published on

Authored by Department of Defense

As the Department of Defense (DoD) develops and employs an increasingly sophisticated force
of unmanned systems over the next 25 years (2007 to 2032), technologists, acquisition officials,
and operational planners require a clear, coordinated plan for the evolution and transition of
unmanned systems technology. With the publication of this document, individual roadmaps and master plans for UASs, UGVs, and UMSs (defined as Unmanned Undersea Vehicles (UUVs)
and Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs)) have been incorporated into a comprehensive DoD
Unmanned Systems Roadmap. This integrated Unmanned Systems Roadmap is the plan for
future prioritization and funding of these systems development and technology, thus ensuring an
effective return on the Department’s investment. Its overarching goal, in accordance with the
Strategic Planning Guidance (SPG), is to guide military departments and defense agencies
toward logically and systematically migrating applicable mission capabilities to this new class of
military tools. This Roadmap highlights the most urgent mission needs that are supported both
technologically and operationally by various unmanned systems. These needs, listed below,
should be considered when prioritizing future research, development, and procurement of
unmanned systems technology to ensure an effective return on the Department’s investment.

Publication Date:
Jan 04 2015
1505936977 / 9781505936971
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5″ x 11″
Black and White
Related Categories:
Technology & Engineering / Military Science


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