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Russian Helicopter Show Features UAS

2016-03-17
Russian Helicopter Show Features UAS
This year the IX International Helicopter Industry Exhibition HeliRussia 2016 , which runs from 19 to 21 May in Moscow, will have more focus on Unmanned Aircraft Systems and will host the UAS Conference that will cover many topical subjects. The event will bring together both manned and unmanned aviation that shares the same aerospace, consolidating them.

US Navy Descopes Stealth Requirement for Stingray Tanking UAV

2016-03-16
US Navy Descopes Stealth Requirement for Stingray Tanking UAV
The US Navy plans to “descope” the stealth requirement for its future carrier-based aerial refuelling unmanned air vehicle, which is now called the MQ-25 Stingray.

Key Milestone Reached in Airlanders Return-to-Flight Programme

2016-03-15
Key Milestone Reached in Airlanders Return-to-Flight Programme
2016 will be a momentous year for the future of aviation with the innovative Airlander 10 taking to the British skies for the first time – the construction team continues to make ground-breaking progress on a daily basis most recently attaching the Mission Module to the iconic hull.

Broadcast TV Drone Launched at SXSW

2016-03-14
Broadcast TV Drone Launched at SXSW
Amongst the music and films that make up the annual South by Southwest Festival, New York-based startup Aerobo will launch its new Micro Unmanned Aerial System that it says it specifically designed for the broadcast TV industry. The drone will be unveiled toady, Monday, March 14, at the Google Fiber Pavilion with FAA Administrator Michael Huerta and UAS Integration Senior Advisor Marke “Hoot” Gibson.

Laser-Based Aircraft Tracking System in Development

2016-03-13
Laser-Based Aircraft Tracking System in Development
A ground-breaking tracking system called HYPERION based on eye-safe lasers could enable aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and even orbiting satellites to transmit vital data to ground stations more securely, quickly and efficiently.

Pentagon Office Plans Drone Swarms

2016-03-11
Pentagon Office Plans Drone Swarms
High over Alaska last summer, the Pentagon experimented with new, secret prototypes: Micro-drones that can be launched from the flare dispensers of moving F-16s and F/A-18 fighter jets. Canisters containing the tiny aircraft descended from the jets on parachutes before breaking open, allowing wings on each drone to swing out and catch the wind. Inch-wide propellers on the back provided propulsion as they found one another and created a swarm.

Flyhum Launch Drone Marketplace

2016-03-10
Flyhum Launch Drone Marketplace
The team at Flyhum has just launched a marketplace that provides an intuitive, efficient platform for enthusiasts and professionals to buy and sell drones and drone-related services.

Northrop Grumman Navigation System in nEUROn Test Flights

2016-03-09
Northrop Grumman Navigation System in nEUROn Test Flights
Northrop Grumman Corporation in cooperation with Saab Aerosystems, has provided the Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) for the nEUROn unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV) demonstrator, which recently conducted more than 100 test flights in France, Italy and Sweden.

DRONE VOLTS Z18UF Improves Flight Time of Surveillance Drones

2016-03-07
DRONE VOLTS Z18UF Improves Flight Time of Surveillance Drones
DRONE VOLT, the French based provider of drone services, has developed a monitoring solution that can enable a tethered drone to fly for several days.

DRONE VOLTS Z18UF Improves Flight Time of Surveillance Drones

2016-03-07
DRONE VOLTS Z18UF Improves Flight Time of Surveillance Drones
DRONE VOLT, the French based provider of drone services, has developed a monitoring solution that can enable a tethered drone to fly for several days.


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