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GE Ventures Launches Data-Driven Company to Advance Industry Inspection Services

Today at GE’s Minds + Machines Europe event, GE Ventures announced the launch of Avitas Systems, a new company that will use predictive data analytics, robotics, and artificial intelligence to deliver advanced inspection services to the oil and gas, transportation, and energy industries.Rou...

Embry-Riddle And Creare LLC Receive $1 Million Grant To Develop Autonomous UAS

Researchers at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Creare LLC have received a Phase II $1 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop a highly sophisticated autonomous flight control system to navigate unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in unknown dynamic ...

Ballard’s Protonex Subsidiary Receives First Order For Fuel Cell System To Power Commercial UAVs

Ballard Power Systems today announced that the company's subsidiary, Protonex, has received an initial order for its fuel cell propulsion system, together with design services, from FlyH2 Aerospace ("FlyH2"; www.flyh2.com), a South African-based developer of hydrogen fuel cell powered unmanned ...

uAvionix Announces PingStation An All-Weather Low-Altitude Dual Band ADS-B Receiver

uAvionix Corporation, the leading Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) avionics solution provider, announced the introduction of PingStation™ – an all-weather, networkable ADS-B receiver for low and high altitude aircraft surveillance.  PingStation is robust enough to be permanently mounted ...

ESVAGT Launches Offshore UAS Inspection Services

Drone inspection on offshore wind farms can contribute to faster inspections and improved efficiency. Safety is also strengthened by eliminating the need for rope access.The potential in using UAVs – unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly called ’drones’ – in the offshore industry is ...