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CU-Boulder to develop drones for severe-storm research

2015-10-01
CU-Boulder to develop drones for severe-storm research
The University of Colorado-Boulder will develop drones that will allow researchers to observe and better understand the behavior of severe storms.

University of Minnesota to Develop Worlds Smallest Solar-Powered UAV

2015-09-30
University of Minnesota to Develop Worlds Smallest Solar-Powered UAV
The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of $1,525,000 to a University of Minnesota team led by Prof. Nikos Papanikolopoulos to develop the world’s smallest solar-powered unmanned air vehicle (UAV) capable of multi-day flight.

Facebook ready to test internet drones using AI-generated population maps

2015-09-29
Facebook ready to test internet drones using AI-generated population maps
The internet-delivering Facebook drone Aquila is ready for testing and will provide internet to billions via laser communications.

MQ-9 Guardian Gets New Maritime Capability

2015-09-28
MQ-9 Guardian Gets New Maritime Capability
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. has introduced a new sonobuoy capability for its MQ-9 Guardian maritime unmanned air vehicle which, alongside a number of other developing technologies, could make it a contender to help fill the UK’s maritime patrol gap.

General Atomics Gets $47M US Army Contract for Gray Eagle Improvements

2015-09-27
General Atomics Gets $47M US Army Contract for Gray Eagle Improvements
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. was awarded a $47,499,986 modification to undefinitized contract W58RGZ-13-C-0109 for an improved Gray Eagle engineering change proposal applicable to 19 aircraft, four lots of ground support equipment, and one lot of unique initial spares.

This drone changes its own battery, gives you goggles for seeing its feed

2015-09-26
This drone changes its own battery, gives you goggles for seeing its feed

If its Indiegogo campaign is successful, the FlyBi drone could be the most fun, most user-friendly unmanned aerial vehicle out there. That's because it's got a few key features missing from other drones currently on the market.

Skyward Launches Information Management Solution

2015-09-25
Skyward Launches Information Management Solution
Skyward introduced its information management solution, the first designed for commercial drone operators. By providing this critical business infrastructure, Skyward is powering a global aerial robotics network. The cloud-based solution integrates a drone airspace map with flight planning tools and a digital system of record, supported by a team of regulatory and operational experts.

Alliance H-2 UAV Prototype  Initial Flight Tests In SE Asia

2015-09-24
Alliance H-2 UAV Prototype Initial Flight Tests In SE Asia
Alliance Lp Drones Ltd., has recently completed initial flight tests of H-2 UAV, a prototype of the solar-powered stratospheric unmanned aircraft currently under development to provide Internet and mobile communication infrastructures in remote parts of the world.

Alliance H-2 UAV Prototype  Initial Flight Tests In SE Asia

2015-09-24
Alliance H-2 UAV Prototype Initial Flight Tests In SE Asia
Alliance Lp Drones Ltd., has recently completed initial flight tests of H-2 UAV, a prototype of the solar-powered stratospheric unmanned aircraft currently under development to provide Internet and mobile communication infrastructures in remote parts of the world.

Insitu in Middle East Talks

2015-09-23
Insitu in Middle East Talks
Institu currently has “between 12 and 15 active pursuits right now in the Middle East region,” Mark Russell, the company’s business development manager told reporters. Each potential sale consists of six Institu ScanEagle surveillance UAS and four Institu Interceptor UAS.


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