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RFEL debuts HALO video processing solution for UAV surveillance applications

2013-04-08
RFEL debuts HALO video processing solution for UAV surveillance applications
NEWPORT, Isle of Wight, U.K.RFEL, a provider of high-performance, electronic video and signal processing solutions, is launching its HALO low-power, real-time, video processing tool forimage-based surveillancein counterterrorism, defense, and...

US Army To Purchase, Experiment With Two Black Hornet Nanocopter UAVs

2013-04-04
US Army To Purchase, Experiment With Two Black Hornet Nanocopter UAVs
The US Army wants to buy two pocket-sized unmanned aerial vehicles with miniature cameras to experiment with in advance of a capability demonstration of nano UAVs for small units, according to a service spokesman.

Officials want drones buzzing over Utah

2013-04-03
Officials want drones buzzing over Utah
An alliance made up of Utah universities and theGovernor’s Office of Economic Developmentis making a bid to turn part of the state into a testing ground for “unmanned aerial systems.” You may know them as drones.

NASA Flies Dragon Eye Unmanned Aircraft Into Volcanic Plume

2013-04-02
NASA Flies Dragon Eye Unmanned Aircraft Into Volcanic Plume
NASA Earth science researchers last month traveled to Turrialba Volcano, near San Jose, Costa Rica, to fly a Dragon Eye unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) — a small electric aircraft equipped with cameras and sensors into the volcano’s sulfur dioxide plume and over its summit crater, to study Turrialbas chemical environment.

Kadet defence systems completes of aerial targets to the Indian Army

2013-04-01
Kadet defence systems completes of aerial targets to the Indian Army
Kolkata, India. April 1, 2013. Kadet Defence Systems (P) Ltd today announced that it has successfully completed delivery of 70 JX2 Aerial Targets alongwith Spares, Ground Support Equipment and Training Aids.

Seven more reasons why journalists should learn to fly unmanned aircraft

2013-03-29
Seven more reasons why journalists should learn to fly unmanned aircraft
Felix Gillette at Bloomberg Businessweek has come up with alist of seven reasonswhy journalists, and not just “cubs reporters,” should be learning to use unmanned aircraft systems — usually called “drones” in the media.

First hand look at unmanned aircraft for wildlife management

2013-03-27
First hand look at unmanned aircraft for wildlife management
Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) will work together to evaluate whether small unmanned aircraft operated by the USGS can save state wildlife managers time, money and offer a safer and enhanced alternative to gather greater sage-grouse data.

Simlat to Deliver a Mini-UAS Training & Simulation Center to the Finnish Defense Forces (FDF)

2013-03-26
Simlat to Deliver a Mini-UAS Training & Simulation Center to the Finnish Defense Forces (FDF)
Simlat Ltd. has been awarded a contract to deliver its advanced UAS Training and Simulation systems to FDF as part of Mini-UAS contract awarded to Aeronautics Ltd.

NMSUs Physical Science Laboratory partners with AeroVironment for UAS study

2013-03-25
NMSUs Physical Science Laboratory partners with AeroVironment for UAS study
New Mexico State University’s Physical Science Laboratory partnered with AeroVironment to study the safety of small, unmanned aircraft system operations at night in the National Airspace System. Study results strongly indicate nighttime operations of unmanned aircraft systems are safe, maybe even more so than daytime operations.

Predictive flood mapping with the Sky-Futures UAV survey service

2013-03-22
Predictive flood mapping with the Sky-Futures UAV survey service
Sky-Futures have worked with a leading landfill client to map the topography of their landfill sites and look at slumping and possible flood risks.


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