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The concept of “unmanned” is gradually getting stronger as a metaphor that has started to make its name in every field of life and especially in the aviation industry with an increasing momentum in the last 20 years. With the widespread use of machines with artificial intelligence in the industry with Industry 4.0, the first gigantic structures produced and programmed for specific purposes have become more useful, more widespread and accessible day by day. Today, the continuation of a sentence that begins with the word “unmanned” often continues as “aircraft”; however, these systems are used for different purposes in many military and civilian sectors.

Unmanned Systems

The concept of “unmanned” is gradually getting stronger as a metaphor that has started to make its name in every field of life and especially in the aviation industry with an increasing momentum in the last 20 years. With the widespread use of machines with artificial intelligence in the industry with Industry 4.0, the first gigantic structures produced and programmed for specific purposes have become more useful, more widespread and accessible day by day. Today, the continuation of a sentence that begins with the word “unmanned” often continues as “aircraft”; however, these systems are used for different purposes in many military and civilian sectors.

These systems, which have a certain level of autonomy, are used in many areas from forklifts to tractors, from trams to subways and trains, from marine vehicles to helicopters, from imaging systems to airline guides and even smart home appliances.

Today, unmanned systems have proven themselves the most in the war field and have taken on the mission of being the catalyst of developments in these fields by triggering many development areas in technology trends.

Minimizing the risk of human loss in the operational field; These systems, which have the ability to fly without a pilot in conditions challenging human living conditions at speed, altitude and temperature values, and push the limits by expanding the scope of mission requirements with payloads instead of human loads, will continue to seem like they will maintain their place among the technologies of the future.