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CHIPS Articles: DoD Lab Day: 3-D Printed Quadcopter with Electronic Warfare and Cyber Warfare Payloads

DoD Lab Day: 3-D Printed Quadcopter with Electronic Warfare and Cyber Warfare Payloads
By DON Innovation - June 29, 2017
The Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane Expeditionary Electronic Warfare Division’s 3-D printed quadcopter offers a versatile platform to carry a variety of payloads to assist the warfighter.

The quadcopter and payloads use low-cost commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components and can be quickly assembled or repaired anywhere. The 3-D printed quadcopter can carry various electronic warfare and cyber prototype payloads.

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Illustration of NSWC Crane’s quadcopter. The quadcopter and payloads use low-cost COTS components and can be assembled anywhere and repaired quickly.
Illustration of NSWC Crane’s quadcopter. The quadcopter and payloads use low-cost COTS components and can be assembled anywhere and repaired quickly.
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