The U.N. is calling for the deployment of a new, low-cost, high-efficiency air bag to protect a pilot from a potentially deadly impact in a commercial plane crash.
The UAS would be placed on a dummy plane to simulate the impact of an airplane crash in an aircraft, which is considered a high-risk operation for the UAS.
It is the first step toward the commercialization of the technology, which has yet to be approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.
In the coming months, the UAV could be flown by the pilot or the operator of a plane that would be tested by the UBS and NADA Safety Institute in the United States.
Both groups are working on the technology.
They expect to test the device by the end of the year.
If approved, the first-of-its-kind air bag could be deployed by the United Nations General Assembly in September.
It would be the first of its kind for a pilot.
But the technology is still in its infancy.
The technology is based on the principle of airbags in which air is compressed to provide the same amount of pressure to the front of a person’s body as it would be in a car.
However, when a crash occurs, the airbag’s pressure is lost because it is compressed and pushed back into the front.
A similar design has been tested in an airplane and a motorcycle.
The United States has used a similar technology for years in the field of medical emergency response.
It has been used successfully in the past for military aircraft such as military helicopters and military drones.
The new technology, developed by NADA and the UAMS, is much more efficient than the existing air bag systems that have been in use for decades.
It also has the potential to reduce the amount of time the pilot is trapped under the seat during a crash.
According to the agency, the new technology is “far less likely to cause injury than conventional airbag systems.”
The UAV’s manufacturer, UBS, says the UAP will be ready for deployment by 2021.
UBS has not announced how much it plans to pay for the technology from a public-private partnership, but its plans include $15 million for the initial test phase, and an additional $5 million for testing and validation.
The company says it is working on several other potential uses for the air bag.
In a statement, U.K. government officials said that the United Kingdom was also looking at the technology as part of a long-term effort to develop a “safer and more effective aviation emergency response.”
It said it was seeking “to develop and deploy the technology for use in a wide range of scenarios in an emergency.”
The technology has been in development for years, but UBS is working with several countries to bring it to market.
Last year, the German government said it would fund the development of a pilot-operated UAS for the military.
The Air Force has been researching the technology in conjunction with the UAB.
In October, the military tested a prototype pilot-owned UAS at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md.
The Pentagon’s UAS team is expected to fly it on its final test flight on Thursday, a test that was designed to demonstrate the technology’s ability to withstand a direct hit from a Boeing 737 jet.
The air bag has already been tested successfully in an airliner, but it is not currently used in military aircraft.
The FAA says it will consider whether the air bags should be placed in aircraft for military use when it reviews its regulations.
In its proposal, the FAA says the new UAS system would require an airframe that weighs at least 10,000 pounds and can withstand a “significant impact.”
However, the Air Force did not provide an official figure for the total weight of the air-bag, which could be anywhere from 100,000 to 1 million pounds.
The military’s pilot-driven UAS has also been tested against military aircraft, but that technology has not yet been commercialized.
The Department of Defense plans to begin using the new system on its F-35 fighter jet in the coming years.
The agency is expected have the first commercial flight of the system in 2021.
“The military has had a long history of using innovative technology to provide safety for aircrew, pilots and other critical personnel on board aircraft,” the Air Defense Command said in a statement.
“With this technology, we can provide this same level of protection to pilots and crews in the future.”