day : 09/04/2019 6 results

IMSAR’s NSP-5 Radar Moving into Production for a Navy & Marine Corps Small Tactical UAS

IMSAR LLC is pleased to announce its NSP-5 radar system is configured for Unmanned Aircraft Systems. It is in production to deliver Mission Kits to the RQ-21A Blackjack Program of Record operated by the United States Marine Corps. The payload project, named "Split Aces," is a Synthetic Apertur...

SAR Missions Get Major Upgrade As SkyX Chosen By Advanced Tactical Training Search & Rescue Division

SkyX Systems, an aerial monitoring solutions provider, today announced that Advanced Tactical Training Search & Rescue Division (ATTSAR) is using SkyX aerial systems for long-range search missions, far surpassing the distance that most drones on the market can deliver. According ...

SimActive Software Used with eBee X for Shoreline Mapping

SimActive Inc., a world-leading developer of photogrammetry software, announces that Correlator3D™ is being used for mapping projects in Brittany, France by Altimedias. An eBee X equipped with senseFly S.O.D.A. 3D camera is flown along the shoreline to produce high-resolution true ...

GA-ASI Certifiable Ground Control Station Controls First End-To-End Flight

The Certifiable Ground Control Station (CGCS) from General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) was used to control the complete flight of an MQ-9B SkyGuardian – including takeoff and landing – on March 12th. This is the first time the CGCS has been used to control an entire end-to-end ...

skyEcho 2 And EasyVFR 4 Introduce FLARM And Transponder Proximity Alerts

This week at Aero Friedrichshafen , uAvionix and PocketFMS are excited to announce collaboration on inter-operable Electronic Conspicuity with skyEcho 2 and EasyVFR 4.EasyVFR 4 , currently in beta and planned for commercial release Q2 2019, will integrate with skyEcho 2’s native ...

Aeronautica SDLE To Supply Customized Drone For Tenerife Civil Defense

Aeronautica SDLE will provide the Tenerife City Council with a remotely piloted aerial system (RPAS) to be operated by the Drones Unit of the Civil Defence Service. The system will be mainly used for taking images for topography applications, emergency, search and rescue operations.   The ...