—The history of war witnessed several technological
innovations that fundemantally changed the battlefield. The
ones who could adapt and improvise acccordingly dominated
the others and became superpowers. Along with this,
asymmetric threats are increasingly beacoming a reality of our
today’s operating environment and most of the time technology
does not seem to be the answer. Conventional armies need to
adopt certain measures to counteract these threats that do not
bind themselves with any kind of law. In this study, we will
provide some insights on one of the measures, UAVs, and how
they can be synchronized in to the overall operational planning.
—Asymmetric warfare, face detection,
knowledge management, machine learning, unmanned aerial
The authors are with
Turkish Army War College, Istanbul, Turkey
Cite:İsa Haskologlu, A. Alparslan Eker, and Şaban Adana, "A Perspective of Applications of Unmanned Systems in Asymmetric Warfare," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 656-659, 2013.