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Unmanned A10 on the way.

2012-02-20
Unmanned A10 on the way.
Aurora Flight Sciences has been selected to work on a U.S. military project for an unmanned version of the A-10 close support aircraft. Its selection as a team member in the Persistent Close Air Support program of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency was made by Raytheon, which is leading the effort. Aurora, with extensive experience in robotic.

IAI Establishes UAS Academy

2012-02-17
IAI Establishes UAS Academy
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has established a training and certification facility preparing UAS operators and technicians to support Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). The UAS Academy leverages the extensive experience gained by IAI experts through more than 40 years of UAS design, development, operations and training of UAS operators and technicians. In addition to providing a variety of training services..

Integrator Deliveries

2012-02-16
Integrator Deliveries
The first of two Integrator unmanned aircraft systems for the U.S. Marine Corps has been flown and delivered by Insitu Inc.

The first Integrator system, which give the Marines early operation of the aircraft — part of the military’s Small Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System program is being provided under a government-owned, contractor-operated arrangement

Unmanned aerial drones the future of Arctic reconnaissance?

2012-02-15
Unmanned aerial drones the future of Arctic reconnaissance?
Ben Anderson Alaska Dispatch Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, often referred to as “drones,” don’t get a lot of good press. Usually, when a drone makes the news, its just completed an airstrike somewhere across the world, likely in the Middle East,...

Koreas wonder tiltrotor

2012-02-13
Koreas wonder tiltrotor
Korean Air and the Korea Aerospace Research Institute plan to develop the world’s first small-scale unmanned tiltrotor aircraft by 2013, the two companies announced Monday. The envisioned aircraft, dubbed...

AeroVironment shares jump

2012-02-07
AeroVironment shares jump
NEW YORK — Shares of AeroVironment Inc. jumped Monday after a Goldman Sachs analyst upgraded the stock, suggesting the maker of unmanned aerial drones and charging systems for electric cars will be boosted by more orders and a potential...

Research Team from Clarkson University Develops UAV for US DOE Wind Study

2012-02-03
Research Team from Clarkson University Develops UAV for US DOE Wind Study
research team from Clarkson University is developing an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) called the Clarkson Research Aerial Vehicle for Experimental Needs (RAVEN) to gather wind turbulence data. The...

Auroras Jay Gundlach Explores Unmanned Aircraft Systems Design in New Textbook

2012-02-01
Auroras Jay Gundlach Explores Unmanned Aircraft Systems Design in New Textbook
Author Jay Gundlach is no stranger to Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). He helped develop over 17 UAS at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory and served as Vice President of...

Pulse Aerospace Unveils New Helicopter Unmanned Aircraft System at PIPELINE Innovator of the Year Event

2012-01-30
Pulse Aerospace Unveils New Helicopter Unmanned Aircraft System at PIPELINE Innovator of the Year Event
LAWRENCE, Kansas (January 30, 2012) – Pulse Aerospace, a Lawrence, KS based unmanned aircraft systems developer, released their latest product, the PA-01 Vapor helicopter unmanned aircraft system (UAS), at the PIPELINE Innovator of the Year Event in Overland...

Companies team for UAS capability

2012-01-26
Companies team for UAS capability
Two U.S. companies have teamed to develop beyond-line-of-sight satellite communications for unmanned aircraft systems.


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