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Camera choppers give RCMP new view

2012-08-24
Camera choppers give RCMP new view
The RCMP in Manitoba have added two helicopters to their arsenal of investigative tools. But for these choppers, the pilot stays on the ground. The two Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) units will be used taking aerial photos and videos...

Maryville photographer uses unmanned aerial vehicle technology

2012-08-23
Maryville photographer uses unmanned aerial vehicle technology
By Josh Flory

A sophisticated radio control remote operates every aspect of photographer Neil Crosby’s camera mounted helicopter. (Saul Young/News Sentinel)

Neil Crosby is an East Tennessee photographer, but his latest tool looks more like a Hollywood prop.

Thunderbirds are GO! Chinese fuel cell powered UAV first flight

2012-08-22
Thunderbirds are GO! Chinese fuel cell powered UAV first flight
Whilst the FAA sits on its hands the Chinese continue to create new UA solutions. The first full carbon fiber composite structure, hydrogen fuel cell-powered unmanned experimental “Thunderbird” (LN60F)...

ISR, Altavian sign UAS marketing deal

2012-08-20
ISR, Altavian sign UAS marketing deal
The ISR Group of Tennessee has signed an exclusive agreement to market and maintain worldwide the Nova unmanned aircraft system of Altavian Inc. Nova is an electric-powered UAS that can be launched by hand. It weighs about 11 pounds,...

Police chiefs adopt drone code of conduct

2012-08-17
Police chiefs adopt drone code of conduct
By Stephen Dinan The Washington Times The nation’s police chiefs have adopted a code of conduct for their use of drones, including letting any images captured by unmanned aerial vehicles, or...

Aeryon Scout micro-UAS Selected for sUAS Storm Response Study

2012-08-15
Aeryon Scout micro-UAS Selected for sUAS Storm Response Study
Aeryon Scout micro-UAV selected for NMSU study, in collaboration with FEMA and FAA, to assess the role of small UAS to help speed the repair and restoration of electrical...

Key test Tuesday for hypersonic flight

2012-08-14
Key test Tuesday for hypersonic flight
Mark Memmott Over the Pacific Ocean, there’s going to be a test of an experimental unmanned aircraft called the X-51A WaveRider. If all goes as planned, it will accelerate...

GPC-3000 significantly increases mission and payload processing capabilities

2012-08-13
GPC-3000 significantly increases mission and payload processing capabilities
Rockwell Collins introduced the GPC-3000, a small mission computer that offers UAS customers advanced mission capabilities with unmatched security features. “UAS customers will benefit from a host of new capabilities that are housed within the GPC-3000,” said Dave Schreck,...

C-Astral Bramor gEO flies a mapping mission at 4100m AMSL

2012-08-09
C-Astral Bramor gEO flies a mapping mission at 4100m AMSL
C-ASTRAL Ltd.(www.c-astral.com), the Slovenian UAS manufacturer has flown an 80 minute mapping mission at 4100m ASL in support of the mining operations in one of the world’s highest mines, the Los Pelambres complex in the Chillean Andes. A precise...

FreeWave Technologies Wireless Data Radios Log More Than 1.3 Million Combat Hours With Shadow And ScanEagle UAS

2012-08-08
FreeWave Technologies Wireless Data Radios Log More Than 1.3 Million Combat Hours With Shadow And ScanEagle UAS
FreeWave Technologies, (http://www.freewave.com), manufacturer of the most reliable, high-performance spread spectrum and licensed radios for critical data transmission, today announced that it has logged more than 1.3 million combat...


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