day : 27/04/2022 7 results

NASC Introduces Low-Cost TRACER Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

 Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation (NASC) announced the ongoing development of a new, multirole, jet-engine, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). The company developed the NASC TRACER™ unmanned aircraft as a low-cost, high-performance UAV designed for speed, versatility and survivability. ...

DDC announces collaboration with Bell for 5G and multi-edge computing initiatives for drones

Drone Delivery Canada Corp. is pleased to announce that it has signed a definitive collaboration agreement, effective April 13, 2022, with Bell Mobility Inc. (“Bell”) to work together for a three year term in respect of the development of certain products and services in order to improve ...

SPH Engineering announces the 3rd generation of the UgCS SkyHub hardware

SPH Engineering announces the 3rd generation of the UgCS SkyHub hardware and releases the largest update of the UgCS SkyHub software ever. The development accumulates the 5 year knowledge of supporting diverse ‘drone and sensor’ integrations for geophysical and hydrographic purposes. &n...

GA-ASI Integrates Leonardo Seaspray V2 Maritime Radar onto MQ-9

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) has integrated the Leonardo Seaspray 7500E V2 multi-mode radar onto an MQ-9A Block 5 Remotely Piloted Aircraft and performed its first test flight on Apr. 14, 2021. The maritime-focused radar is also being fitted for the MQ-9B SeaGuardian® ...

Picterra raises $6.5M to accelerate its mission of democratizing geospatial mapping

Picterra, the leading provider of geospatial machine learning software, today announced the closing of a $6.5M investment. Led by venture capital firm VI Partners, with participation from ACE & Company, the investment will enable Picterra to pursue its mission of democratizing access to Earth ...

FlyFreely gets airspace authorization capability for Australian airports

Restricted airspace surrounding Australian airports just became a lot easier to access after drone safety app FlyFreely was verified to provide automated airspace authorizations.The Civil Aviation and Safety Authority (CASA) has verified the Australian startup to provide instantaneous contro...

Eurolink Beluga drone to embed uAvionix George autopilot and CNPC ecosystem

uAvionix today announced that Beluga, a state-of-the-art family of drones designed by Italian company Eurolink Systems, has completed its integration of various avionics from the uAvionix certifiable low-SWaP ecosystem, including the George G3 autopilot, microLink CNPC radio system, and ...