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uAvionix Introduces All-Weather ADS-B Receiver for UAS Applications

uAvionix Corp., a Palo Alto, Calif.-based provider of avionics solutions for unmanned aircraft system (UAS), has rolled out PingStation, what the company says is...
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uAvionix Unveils New Line of Integrated ADS-B and GPS Solutions for sUAS

Palo Alto, Calif.-based uAvionix Corp., a provider of avionics products for small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), has announced a new line of four integrated...
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uAvionix, Kongsberg Geospatial Join Forces to Boost UAV Situational Awareness

In an effort to increase drone safety, Kongsberg Geospatial, an Ottawa, Ontario-based developer of real-time geospatial visualization software, has partnered with uAvionix, a Palo...

uAvionix Brings Global Maintenance Support to ADS-B UAS Solutions

uAvionix Corp., a provider of automatic dependent surveillance – broadcast (ADS-B) solutions for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), has partnered with Robotic Skies for installation...

uAvionix Developing Dime-Size ADS-B Receiver for UAS

Palo Alto, Calif.-based uAvionix Corp. has developed and tested a dime-size automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) receiver for consumer unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).Weighing less than...

PrecisionHawk, uAvionix Team up on Drone Safety Hardware

PrecisionHawk and uAvionix have teamed up to jointly develop what they call the next generation of low-altitude traffic and airspace safety (LATAS) hardware. The...
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DJI, uAvionix Collaborate on ADS-B Collision Avoidance for Drones

Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) company DJI and uAvionix Corp., a manufacturer of aircraft collision-avoidance technology, have announced a collaboration in which they will create...

Stanford, uAvionix Test Sense-and-Avoid Tech on DJI UAVs

DJI, uAvionix and Stanford University are working together on sense-and-avoid technologies for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).Eric Mueller, who works at the NASA Ames Research...

uAvionix Introduces 1.5-Gram ADS-B Receiver for Drone Collision Avoidance

Palo Alto, Calif.-based electronics manufacturer uAvionix has introduced an automatic dependent surveillance - broadcast (ADS-B) receiver that weighs only 1.5 grams and requires 1/100th...

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