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Concepts for Cargo Ground Handling of Unmanned Cargo Aircrafts and Their Influence on the Supply Chain
2018 8th International Conference on Logistics, Informatics and Service Sciences (LISS)
The steadily growing share of air freight transport in the entire logistics industry is mainly due to the three major advantages of speed, safety and reliability. To meet the rising demands, automated transport and delivery processes are increasingly used. As part of the DLR (German Aerospace Center) research project Automated Low Altitude Delivery (ALAADy), a fully automated Unmanned Cargo Aircraft (UCA) with a payload of one ton under the precondition of the Minimum Risk Configuration isdoi:10.1109/liss.2018.8593214 fatcat:qydd4etnyjhftfojywlrx77bpm