ING Engineering Expands into Sherbrooke, QC

2012-05-15

ING Engineering Expands into Sherbrooke, QC
Sherbrooke, QC - ING Engineering, Canada’s leading robotic aircraft systems solution provider expands into Quebec. Ian Glenn, Chairman and CEO states “we have chosen to expand into the Sherbrooke region because we see a real potential in Quebec for the future growth of ING Engineering. We are very eager to draw from the pool of talented young Engineers who have keen insight into the sector of Unmanned Systems”. Today, ING Engineering has hired over 80% of their Engineering team from the Sherbrooke region and will continue to expand its Engineers efforts in this region for their global market.

ING Engineering has flown in excess of 30,000 hours of persistent unmanned systems flight. ING Engineering meets intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance requirements more accurately and cost-effectively than traditional methods of fixed wing or rotary wing aircraft. Today, ING Engineerings ability to meet the specific needs of the customer with one of their Unmanned Aerial Systems is what makes ING Engineering stand out from the competition.

From Law Enforcement and Search and Rescue to Forest Fire Detection, Environmental Monitoring and Exploration for Oil, Gas and Mining sectors ING Engineering has the solution. ING Engineering also provides leading edge synthetic environment training systems as a compliment to the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Autonomous Underwater Vehicle training capabilities.

Region:  USA and Canada
Contry:  Canada
Category:  UAV


Drone Delivery Canada unveils Robin XL

2020-03-02
Drone Delivery Canada unveils Robin XL
Drone Delivery Canada ‘DDC’ or the Company ((TSX.V:FLT, OTC:TAKOF), is pleased to announce that it will begin testing of its Robin XL (Robin). The Robin has a lifting capability of 25lbs of payload, a travel range of 60km and is designed for harsher climates.

The Robin XL is larger than DDCs Sparrow cargo delivery drone. The Robin has an electric power plant and boasts a payload capacity of 25 lbs and a flight distance of 60km. The Robin is engineered for harsher environments, heavier wind capability and colder temperatures than the Sparrow.

Lockheed Martin and Canadian UAVs to Improve Unmanned Beyond Visual Line of Sight Operations

2019-12-18
Lockheed Martin and Canadian UAVs to Improve Unmanned Beyond Visual Line of Sight Operations
The ability to fly unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) beyond the visual line of sight (BVLOS) significantly improves their effectiveness and potential. The increased range of BVLOS operations requires real-time airspace situational awareness for the UAV pilot and support crew to ensure safe, repeatable operations.

Canadian UAVs and Lockheed Martin Canada CDL Systems have signed a memorandum of understanding to provide an unmanned traffic management solution to meet this challenge. This solution will build a complete airspace picture necessary to conduct unmanned operations beyond visual line of sight in Canada and beyond.

Camcopter in Canadian Ice-Breaking Operations

2016-04-19
Camcopter in Canadian Ice-Breaking Operations
At the end of March 2016 at Fogo Island in Canada, Schiebel’s CAMCOPTER S-100 Unmanned Air System (UAS) successfully demonstrated its capabilities to a host of dignitaries from the Canadian Coast Guard, the Royal Canadian Navy, Transport Canada, the Canadian National Research Council and the University of Alaska in partnership with the Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Flying Saucer Drone Use Sound Waves to Battle Blazes

2016-04-17
Flying Saucer Drone Use Sound Waves to Battle Blazes
A Canadian inventor is fanning the flames of innovation with a new concept that could revolutionize UAV firefighting technology.

Mussel farmers to test drones against sea ducks

2015-11-11
Mussel farmers to test drones against sea ducks

The P.E.I. Aquaculture Alliance will test drones later this month as a method of keeping sea ducks off their mussel socks.

'World's fastest' 3-D printed drone takes flight

2015-11-10
'World's fastest' 3-D printed drone takes flight

What is believed to be world's first jet-powered 3-D printed drone, capable of reaching speeds in excess of 150 miles per hour, was on display for the first time at the Dubai Airshow on Monday.

Researchers turn a swarm of drones into a physical hologram

2015-11-07
Researchers turn a swarm of drones into a physical hologram
The augmented reality interface in Minority Report was futuristic, but what it lacked were objects that you could physically touch, according to researchers from Queens University. The problem is that the film's virtual interface floats in mid-air, and physical objects tend to be ground-bound.

NAV Canada CEO: Jail time needed for reckless UAV operators

2015-10-10
NAV Canada CEO: Jail time needed for reckless UAV operators

Recreational users operating unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) near airports should be subject to criminal penalties, NAV Canada president and CEO John Crichton said.

Unmanned Aircraft in Canadian Wildlife Study

2015-10-02
Unmanned Aircraft in Canadian Wildlife Study

In a portion of Manitoba, Canada, so remote you have to fly in by helicopter, a research team led by the University of North Dakota and the American Museum of Natural History spent the summer in the polar bear capital of the world deploying the latest tool – Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) — in a nearly five-decade-old ecological study.

Drone attacks frighten geese away from Petrie Island

2013-08-21
Drone attacks frighten geese away from Petrie Island
OTTAWA — Fed up with geese fouling the grass and water at its Petrie Island beaches, the city government is calling in drone strikes.


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