The Journal of Unmanned Aerial Systems provides an interdisciplinary forum for an ongoing scholarly dialogue of original research, articles, books, essays, and commentary by both internationally established and developing experts in the various disciplines constituting the field of UAS. Variety and scientific endeavor are encouraged by bringing together established and developing scholars, from both theoretical and practical perspectives and drawn from national and international communities, university faculties, industry, research institutions, government organizations and non-government organizations (NGOs). The Journal serves the public as an open-access resource and allows users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of all published material for personal, research or scholarly purposes.
The Journal of Unmanned Aerial Systems accepts a variety of content and acknowledges that there are several levels of engagement and contribution that all inform development of UAS within academia, industry and government. The Journal accepts peer-reviewed articles, technical papers, abstracts, book reviews and other content. These submissions are included in each issue and categorized by type. This blend of peer-reviewed articles along with other sections creates a blended publication that is relevant and interesting to researchers, technical staff and senior managers.