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Kutta Technologies Debuts Three UAS Control Products

Posted by UAO Staff on August 13, 2013

Phoenix-based mission-critical software and systems developer Kutta Technologies Inc. has unveiled three unmanned aircraft system (UAS) command and control products. The products include a UAS control segment (UCS)-compliant Bi-Directional Remote Video Terminal, a STANAG Level 5 handheld ground control station [Read More]

Arcturus’ T-20 UAV Reaches Record Altitude

Posted by UAO Staff on August 12, 2013

The Arcturus-UAV T-20 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) flew to a record altitude of 23,500 MSL during a training flight at Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center in Wyoming. Arcturus reports that the previous altitude record for the T-20 was 15,000 MSL, [Read More]

HoodTech Vision Offers Dual-Payload Imaging Systems for Single Aircrafts

Posted by UAO Staff on August 12, 2013

HoodTech Vision, a manufacturer of low-size, -weight and -power stabilized imaging systems, has announced a capability to provide simultaneous, independent operation of two stabilized imaging systems on a single aircraft, either manned or unmanned. The company says the dual-payload imaging [Read More]

Deposition Sciences Reveals Optical Thin-Film Coatings For UAS

Posted by UAO Staff on July 30, 2013

Santa Rosa, Calif.-based Deposition Sciences Inc. (DSI), a manufacturer of thin-film optical coatings, has announced specialized optical thin films for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). DSI says that its durable optical coatings include anti-reflection, infrared thin-film coatings; dark mirrors; patterned optical [Read More]

DreamHammer’s Ballista Demonstrates Interoperability With UCS Architecture

Posted by UAO Staff on July 17, 2013

Santa Monica, Calif.-based DreamHammer – creator of Ballista, a commercial multi-drone operating system – has completed a series of successful demonstrations with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and unmanned aerial system (UAS) prime contractors. According to DreamHammer, these demonstrations [Read More]

Trimble Rolls Out Unmanned Aircraft System For Photogrammetric Aerial Mapping

Posted by UAO Staff on June 17, 2013

Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Trimble has introduced its next-generation unmanned aircraft system (UAS) – the Trimble UX5 aerial imaging rover with the Trimble Access aerial imaging application. According to Trimble, the new solution builds upon the strengths of its predecessor, the Trimble [Read More]

Officials Hope to Bring UAS Research and Development Facility to North Dakota

Posted by UAO Staff on May 30, 2013

Officials from Grand Forks County, N.D., are finalizing an agreement to develop Grand Sky, a business and technology park that will support all phases of development and operations of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Construction is anticipated to take place in [Read More]

Canadian Government Helps Fund Development of UAS Center

Posted by UAO Staff on May 17, 2013

The Canadian government has granted C$2.5 million of financial assistance to Aeroport d'Alma to build the infrastructure needed to group all of the activities of the Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Center of Excellence under one roof. The assistance was awarded [Read More]

Saab Confirms Capabilities Of Its Skeldar V-200 UAS

Posted by UAO Staff on May 15, 2013

Defense and security company Saab has verified a number of key capabilities of its Skeldar V-200 vertical lift unmanned aircraft system (UAS) through flight campaigns at different sites in the U.S. and Sweden, demonstrating the system's performance for both land- [Read More]

Washington State Looking to Land UAS Research and Testing Facility

Posted by UAO Staff on April 25, 2013

Innovate Washington, an agency focused on fostering growth of Washington state's innovation sectors, and the U.S. Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) are working with 10 other state, county and private industry partners to be selected as one [Read More]