In a nation known for its rainy days and often cloudy summers, it seems odd that Britain is internationally renowned for its expertise in solar-powered high-altitude pseudo satellites (HAPS). These unmanned air vehicles (UAVs)—many of which are still in development—have the potential to transform military intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions, as well as bring wireless communications to the remotest of locations while flying in the stratosphere, well above the ...

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