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Unmanned aerial systems play an increasingly important role in military, security, policing, humanitarian and commercial operations that require rapid, flexible traverse of large areas while minimizing human burdens and risks. UAS aircraft depend on rapid and precise manipulation of flight-control surfaces as well as sensor, tracking and payload systems.​ Motion systems must operate on the available power long enough to complete each mission, and failure is never an option. Join us to learn more about how to create motion systems that are optimized for efficiency and form factor, helping your UAS design extend its flight time and range.

In this session you’ll learn how to:

  • Assess motion needs for your unmanned aerial systems
  • Select motion systems optimized for efficiency and form factor
  • Extend the flight time and range of your UAS design
Unmanned aerial system in flight

About the Presenter(s)

Jeff Coffed
Jeff Coffed

Jeff Coffed is the Global Market Manager for Aerospace and Defense at Kollmorgen and has many years of marketing experience in the high-tech sector for the Aerospace and Defense industry. He has held prominent positions in product development, strategy, research, product marketing, and events for industry leaders like Kollmorgen and L3Harris. At Kollmorgen he is responsible for business development and the execution of go-to-market strategies for Kollmorgen’s innovative motion control solutions within the Aerospace and Defense industry. While at L3Harris he directed marketing strategy and led a team that supported the five business sectors of the company’s Space and Airborne Systems segment.