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NATO - STANAG 4586

STANDARD INTERFACES OF UA CONTROL SYSTEM (UCS) FOR NATO UA INTEROPERABILITY

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Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 5 April 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 7
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AIM

The aim of this NATO standardization agreement (STANAG) is to respond to the following interoperability requirements.

Document History

STANAG 4586
April 5, 2017
STANDARD INTERFACES OF UA CONTROL SYSTEM (UCS) FOR NATO UA INTEROPERABILITY
AIM The aim of this NATO standardization agreement (STANAG) is to respond to the following interoperability requirements.
November 9, 2012
STANDARD INTERFACES OF UAV CONTROL SYSTEM (UCS) FOR NATO UAV INTEROPERABILITY
AIM 1. The aim of this agreement is to promote interoperability of present and future UAV systems in a NATO Combined/Joint Service Environment. Interoperability is required because it will...
November 8, 2007
STANDARD INTERFACES OF UAV CONTROL SYSTEM (UCS) FOR NATO UAV INTEROPERABILITY
The aim of this agreement is to promote interoperability of present and future UAV systems in a NATO Combined/Joint Service Environment. Interoperability is required because it will significantly...
November 8, 2007
STANDARD INTERFACES OF UAV CONTROL SYSTEM (UCS) FOR NATO UAV INTEROPERABILITY
AIM The aim of this agreement is to promote interoperability of present and future UAV systems in a NATO Combined/Joint Service Environment. Interoperability is required because it will...
April 20, 2004
STANDARD INTERFACES OF UAV CONTROL SYSTEM (UCS) FOR NATO UAV INTEROPERABILITY
The aim of this agreement is to promote interoperability of present and future UAV systems in a NATO Combined/Joint Service Environment. Interoperability is required because it will significantly...

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