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    • LandX20 Experiment Report – experiment for future land warfare capabilities with focus on increased situational awareness and unmanned systems 

      Mathiassen, Kim; Baksaas, Magnus; Dyrdal Idar; Eikanger, Brage Gerdsønn; Gulbrandsen, Fredrik; Gusland, Daniel; Larsen, Martin Vonheim; Mentzoni, Eilert; Minos-Stensrud, Mathias; Moen, Jonas; Nilssen, Eivind Bergh; Nummedal, Olav Rune; Nygaard, Tønnes; Rolfsjord, Sigmund; Simonsen, Aleksander; Thoresen, Marius; Bakstad, Lorns Harald; Bentsen, Dan Helge; Eggesbø, Christian; Grimstvedt, Eirik Skjelbreid; Haavardsholm, Trym Vegard; Halsør, Marius; Hoelsæter, Øistein; Kolden, David; Krogstad, Thomas Røbekk; Macdonald, Robert Helseth; Nielsen, Niels Hygum; Nonsvik, Guri; Ruud, Else-Line Malene; Seehuus, Rikke Amilde; Wiig, Martin Syre; Østevold, Einar (2022-03-21)
      LandX20 was a collaborative experiment and demonstration where four research projects from the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI) participated. The goal of the experiment was two-fold. The first goal was to ...
    • Teknologien Forsvaret trenger 

      Bakstad, Lorns Harald; Bloebaum, Trude H.; Brannsten, Marianne R.; Broen, Torgeir; Bråthen, Karsten; Diesen, Sverre; Gerhardsen, Wenche; Gilljam, Martin; Gulichsen, Steinar; Hansbø, Morten (2016-05-27)
      Hva teknologi betyr for Forsvaret. Da FFI ble etablert i 1946, var det i erkjennelse av at den teknologiske utviklingen var og ville være svært viktig for Forsvaret. FFI skulle bidra til moderniseringen av Forsvaret, ...
    • UAV i operasjon "Iraqi Freedom" 

      Bakstad, Lorns Harald (2004)
      This report presents UAVs used in Operation "Iraqi Freedom" during the spring of 2003. More than 10 different UAVs took part in this operation together with many other airborne sensors. This conflict showed that the most ...
    • Ubemannet luftrom : teknologiinnspill til FS 07 

      Østbø, Morten; Bakstad, Lorns Harald (2006)
      Although human operators are an indispensable element in military aviation today, they are allready partly dispensable in many functions. Indeed humans are becoming the limiting factor for further improvements in aerial ...