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BOOK SECTIONS / CHAPTERS

SECTION 1: UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS

 Chapter 1 Information Advances, Remote ID, & Extreme Persistence ISR [Ryan]

 Chapter 2: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles & How They Can Augment Mesonet Weather Tower Data Collection. [Mai]

Figure 2.1 A weather map consisting of a station model plot of Oklahoma Mesonet data overlaid with WSR-88D weather radar data depicting possible horizontal convective rolls as a potential contributing factor in the incipient 3 May 1999 tornado outbreak

Figure 2.2: 30’ Weather Tower

Figure 2.3: 05103 Wind Monitor

Figure 2.4: HMP60 temp/relative Humidity

Figure 2.5: HMP60 temp/relative Humidity w/ radiation shield

Figure  2.6: CS301 Pyranometer

Figure  2.7: CR1000X Datalogger

Figure  2.8: CS106 Barometer

Figure  2.9: NEMA Enclosure

Figure  2.10 TE525 Rain Gauge

Figure  2.11: CS655 TDR Soil Moisture and Temperature

Figure  2.12: 107 Temperature probe

Figure 2.13 120m Tethered UAV on windy weather, cable feeder, 400VDC

Figure 2.14: Automatic Winch to Control Tether Retrieval

Figure 2.15: Tether Power Pak

Figure 2.16: Smoke study

Figure 2.17: Sonic Anemometer

Chapter 3 Tour de Drones for the Discerning Palate [Nichols]

Figure 3.1 Recognize Suspicious UAS

Figure 3.2 National Geographic Climbing Team with Mavic 2 Drone

Figure 3.3 Key Search area of Mt Everest

Figure 3.4 Raine-Island-turtle-aggregation2

Figure 3.5 “Big Drone” by DCL

Figure 3.6 “Big Drone” by DCL (2)

Figure 3.7 “Big Drone” by DCL (3)

Figure 3.8 Swarm Farming -Spray Operations

Figure 3.9 Swarm Farming – Land Survey Operations

Figure 3.10 SkySkopes Covid-19 Disinfectant sprayer drone

Figure 3.11 SkySkopes Playground Test Area

Figure 3.12 HAPS Sunglider

Figure 3.13 DJI M600 Pro for Organ Transplant

Figure 3.14 Organ Transplant coming in for landing at Hospital

Figure 3.15 TuSimple Autonomous Truck

Figure 3.16 Drone footage over a private house and barn

Figure 3.17 Teledyne Marine’s Slocum G2 Glider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV)

Figure 3.18 Sea Machines USV Concept

Figure 3.19 Kratos-built XQ-58 Valkyrie Drone

Figure 3.20 Boeing Loyal Wingman Drone

SECTION 2: UNMANNED UNDERWATER SYSTEMS

Chapter 4 Underwater Autonomous Navigation & other UUV Advances [Mumm]

Figure 4.1: Traditional Gyroscope

Figure 4.2: Parts of the USS Alabama Navigation System

Figure 4.3: Ring Laser Gyroscope

Figure 4.4: Levels of Autonomous Behavior

Figure 4.5: The Ocean GIS Initiative

Figure 4.6  World Large Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

Figure 4.7  UUV Charging Station

Figure 4.8: Optical Links for UUVs

Figure 4.9: Supercavitating Bullet

Chapter 5: Asymmetric Autonomous Maritime Systems [Hood]

Figure 5.1 UUV US Navy Underwater Glider

Figure 5.2 Underwater Glider Deployment

Figure 5.3 Ocean of Things Concept – floating sensors

Figure 5.4. The eighteen-kilo float houses a variety of sensors and operates for up to a year on solar power

 Chapter 6 UUV Integrated Autonomous Missions & Drone Management [Mumm]

Figure 6.1 US Navy UUV Systems Vision

Figure 6.2 Notional Manta Concept

Figure 6.3 Notional Manta Layout Capabilities

Figure 6.4 The scheme of a navigation, guidance and control architecture for a UUV

Figure 6.5 Depiction of an Undersea Communication Bridge

Figure 6.6 2024 UUV Concept of Operations

Figure 6.7 Teledyne Technologies’ UUV Portfolio

Chapter 7 Principles of Naval Architecture Applied to UUVs [Jackson]

Figure 7.1. Battlespace Preparation Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (BPAUV) in use during a US Navy exercise

Figure 7.2. Pluto Plus AUV for underwater mine identification and destruction used by the Norwegian mine hunter, KNM Hinnøy

Figure 7.3. Jackson hull-form geometry

Figure 7.4. Freedom of motion for UUV

 SECTION 3: UNMANNED VEHICLES FOR GROUND / LAND OPERATIONS & PENETRATION OF ADS

Chapter 8 Unmanned Logistics Operating Safely & Efficiently Across Multiple Domains [Lonstein]

Figure 8.1 Vehicle Fatality Rate per 100 Million miles Travelled

Figure 8.2 Rio Tinto – Hitachi Autonomous Freight Train

Figure 8.3 Prototype DARPA SubT

Figure 8.4 R.M.S. Titanic Sinking 2012

Figure 8.5 Panama Canal Backup

Figure 8.6 Photograph of departure from Newark Airport June 29, 2019

Figure 8.7 Major League Drone Delay

Figure 8.8 Lockheed Martin JADO Collaboration Strategy

Figure 8.9 Multi-Domain Traffic Management

Figure 8.10 SpaceX Falcon 9 Takeoff August 7, 2020

Chapter 9 Chinese Advances in Stealth UAV Penetration Path Planning in Combat Environment [Nichols]

Figure 9.1 Shows A haze of smoke is seen from the attacked oil plant in Saudi Arabia

Figure 9.2 Strait of Hormuz

Figure 9.3 Simple Block Diagram Approach to Path Planning for UAVs

Figure 9.4 Autopilot and Guidance Control Loops

Figure 9.5 Curvature and Torsion

SECTION 4: UNMANNED VEHICLES WEAPONS FOR C4ISR & POPULATION TRACKING  & CONTROL

Chapter 10 UV, Social Networks & COVID-19 Defense [Shay]

Chapter 11 UV & Disinformation / Misinformation Channels [Ryan]

SECTION 5: UV GEOPOLITICAL, MARITIME & LEGAL ADVANCES

Chapter 12  Chinese UAS Proliferation along New Silk Road Sea / Land Routes [Carter]

Figure 12.1 Countries of Belt and Road Initiative as of March 2020

Figure 12.2 China’s Inward Investment

Figure 12.3 Sale of Chinese UCAVs Along BRI

Figure 12.4 CH – 92A Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV)

Figure 12.5 Schematic Diagram of Underwater Information Network

Figure 12.6 Ocean E-Stations

Left FIIP Between the Hainan Island and Paracel Islands (February 7, 2019)

Right FIIP Bombay Reef (April 28, 2020)

Figure 12.7 China E-Commerce Europe

Chapter 13 Automaton, AI, Law, Ethics, Crossing the Machine – Human Barrier  [Lonstein]

Figure 13.1 the Humanoid

Figure 13.2 Gambling Pigeon

Figure 13.3 Protest Tweet

Figure 13.4 Dr. Joseph Goebbels

Chapter 14: Maritime Cybersecurity [Nichols]

Figure 14.1 Chinese UAS Chinese Intelligence Assets Deployment in Spratlys

Figure 14.2 Cyberwar: Chokepoints

Figure 14.3 Shared Cyber Threats in CPS System

Figure 14.4 shows SCADA and Infrastructure interdependencies in a CPS System

 

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