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General Dynamics, US Army Team On Tactical UAS

2012-11-02
General Dynamics, US Army Team On Tactical UAS
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems and the U.S. Army Armament Research and Development Engineering Center (ARDEC) have successfully demonstrated a GPS-guided munition for use on small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV).

New miniature autopilot! Easypilot 3.0

2012-10-31
New miniature autopilot! Easypilot 3.0
After a long period of development we are now proud to announce that our brand new NATO STANAG 4586 compliant autopilot, EasyPilot 3.0, is available for sale. Together with our field proven Ground Control Station software, SkyView GCS, it makes a perfect platform to get your unmanned vehicles flying, or improving performance of your current ones.

DJI finds firmware bug causing spontaneous S800 system failure

2012-10-29
DJI finds firmware bug causing spontaneous S800 system failure
DJI, one of the world’s leading developers and manufacturers in UAV systems, today announced a voluntary recall of all WooKong-M GPS compasses purchased after June 15th, 2012. The new compasses’ firmware contained a bug that, under very specific conditions,

Europe Eyes Funding for Miniature Robotic Space Plane

2012-10-26
Europe Eyes Funding for Miniature Robotic Space Plane

Rob Coppinger, SPACE.com Contributor

A European-built robot space plane could be soaring in orbit before the end of the decade if the program to develop it gains funding approval next month.

Raytheon enhances Common Sensor Payload capabilities

2012-10-25
Raytheon enhances Common Sensor Payload capabilities
Raytheon Company has successfully demonstrated the enhanced capabilities of its new CSP HD turret, a high definition electro-optical and infrared version of its Common Sensor Payload (CSP). The initial CSP HD system flight test occurred on a U.S. Army Gray Eagle UAS (unmanned aircraft system) platform in September. Built upon the existing CSP system, CSP HD provides significantly improved...

IAIs Heron UAS Flies Across the Andes in Demonstration Held for South American Customer

2012-10-24
IAIs Heron UAS Flies Across the Andes in Demonstration Held for South American Customer
Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) Heron Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) has marked a new achievement last month when crossing the Andes during an operational flight demonstration held in a South American country.

Northrop Grumman Plans To Install STARlite Radar On TigerShark UAS

2012-10-23
Northrop Grumman Plans To Install STARlite Radar On TigerShark UAS
Northrop Grumman and Navmar Applied Sciences are working together on the installation of the STARlite radar on the TigerShark UAS for the U.S Navy and special operations requirements.

Reigate man builds remote-controlled drone

2012-10-22
Reigate man builds remote-controlled drone
A FLIGHT enthusiast has built a remote-controlled drone which could be used for everything from the Brockham Bonfire to Hollywood movies.

X-10 Viper Flying Wing

2012-10-19
X-10 Viper Flying Wing
Clever thing to name this the X-10 lots of people will believe its part of the Chinese X series of wings. From Green Air Designs in the UK the Viper is priced at £225 for the airframe only.

Aerodrone MR4, Bask Industries

2012-10-18
Aerodrone MR4, Bask Industries

TheAeroDrone MR4is a rigid,lightweightand aerodynamically efficient quadrotor design that not only looks great, but has the performance to match.

This platform is the evolutionary result of rigorous engineering design, development, and testing conducted in-house at our facility in Melbourne, Australia. Utilizing the amazing APM Autopilot, theMR4 framehas been extensively field tested in order to assure high-end performance when used in any flight mode.


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