ZALA AERO GROUP, member of Kalashnikov Concern, introduced a new concept for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles

2020-05-07

ZALA AERO GROUP, member of Kalashnikov Concern,  introduced a new concept for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles
ZALA AERO DRONE DELIVERY (ZDD)ia a service that allows you to solve the problem of delivering cargo to any location, regardless of its whereabouts. You no longer need to construct complex logistics routes and think about traffic, the new solution is delivery by the shortest route, in the shortest time possible.

The terrain map obtained using airborne laser scanning will allow you to bypass any natural or man-made obstacles.

The system will automatically draft the optimal route and coordinate it with the authorities that regulate air traffic. Interference-free communication channels allow the operator to control aircraft even at extremely low altitudes.


An automated system control process allows you to simultaneously perform the task with the help of two or more aircraft operating in standalone modes.
The system can operate in adverse weather conditions in the presence of precipitation in the form of rain or snow, as well as wind speeds of up to 15 m / s, as well as being able to perform night flights.

Fault tolerance and duplication of control systems allows you to safely return the aircraft to the starting point even when 7 of 8 engines are running.
Guaranteed confirmation of cargo delivery using photo and video streaming and recording.
And all this is a ready-made “boxed” solution, a technology that can be adapted to perform the task, anywhere in the world.
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ZALA AERO GROUP (member of Kalashnikov Concern) — leading Russian developer and manufacturer of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) including payloads and mobile systems.
Currently in Russian Federation over 2000 ZALA UAS systems are operational. Systems are used to patrol borders, search and rescue operations while monitoring over 2,5 million kilometers of oil and gas infrastructure every year.




Implementation of the project "Concept of integration of drones into a common Russian airspace

2020-08-08
Implementation of the project "Concept of integration of drones into a common Russian airspace
Viktor Bondarev, Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on defense and security, told The Parliamentary Newspaper about the settlement of the UAV work in the airspace together with manned aircraft.

China has succeeded in completing the first integrated typhoon observation based on a large UAV

2020-08-05
China has succeeded in completing the first integrated typhoon observation based on a large UAV
On August 2, a UAV was used to monitor Typhoon Sinlaku, sweeping the coastal waters of south China's Hainan Province.

For the first time in the UK, UAVs will begin to carry out operational missions to assist search and rescue helicopters.

2020-08-03
For the first time in the UK, UAVs will begin to carry out operational missions to assist search and rescue helicopters.
Unmanned aerial vehicles of the Austrian company Schiebel, under the unofficial name " baby shark will ensure the safety of patrol flights over North Wales.

DJIs New Commercial Drone is Their Most Advanced Platform Yet: the Matrice 300 RTK

2020-05-12
DJIs New Commercial Drone is Their Most Advanced Platform Yet: the Matrice 300 RTK
DJI’s new commercial drone was announced this morning – and the Matrice 300 RTK (M300 RTK) is their most advanced platform yet. New ease of use, with a slew of new safety features, new data capture features, data analysis features and more power, the M300 RTK sets a new standard.

The M300 RTK was released with the Zenmuse H20 Series, a hybrid, multi-sensor camera adding a completely new set of capabilities to the platform.

FLIR Wins $20.6 M US Army Contract for Black Hornet Nano-UAV Systems

2020-05-08
FLIR Wins $20.6 M US Army Contract for Black Hornet Nano-UAV Systems
FLIR Systems, Inc. announced that it has won an additional $20.6 million contract from the U.S. Army to deliver its FLIR Black Hornet 3 Personal Reconnaissance Systems (PRS). The advanced nano-unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will support platoon- and small unit-level surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities as part of the Army’s Soldier Borne Sensor (SBS) program.

FAA Announces Technology Partners for Remote ID Development

2020-05-08
FAA Announces Technology Partners for Remote ID Development
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced the eight companies that will assist the Federal government in establishing requirements for future suppliers of Remote Identification (Remote ID).

Remote ID will enable Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), commonly called drones, to provide identification and location information while operating in the nations airspace.

The FAA selected the following companies to develop technology requirements for future Remote ID UAS

Liteye Systems Announces SIGNUM  Threat Detection & Targeting System

2020-04-30
Liteye Systems Announces SIGNUM Threat Detection & Targeting System
Liteye Systems, Inc. has announced the introduction of the SIGNUM, Threat Detection & Targeting System to provide accurate and effective targeting data to weapon systems capable of kinetically defeating UAS or similar targets.

Additionally, SIGNUM supports multi-domain Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions along with accurate 3-dimensional targeting.

First Commercial BVLOS Drone Delivery in Singapore

2020-04-30
First Commercial BVLOS Drone Delivery in Singapore
F-drones has completed the first commercial BVLOS drone delivery in Singapore on 19 April 2020. The drone delivered 2 kg of vitamins over 2.7 km in 7 minutes, to a ship managed by Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS).

EPS, which is one of the world’s largest privately-owned ship managers, is F-drones first paying customer. The deal signed between the two companies is for an initial one-year contract of 200 deliveries.

In Singapore, like in most parts of the world, a BVLOS authorisation or permit is required when operating drones beyond the visual range of drone pilots. Without which, commercial drone delivery services would not be viable.

COVID-19 pandemic in Peru: ZALA drones control social distancing

2020-04-28
COVID-19 pandemic in Peru: ZALA drones control social distancing
ZALA AERO representative office in Peru uses ZALA unmanned systems to patrol cities, control people maintaining social distance and provide security during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together with Peruvian Army they monitor Lima with ZALA unmanned systems. The live video stream is displayed on the control station screens. Using these data they can track any movement on the city streets.

Autonomous Drones are Crucial to Business Continuity

2020-04-27
Autonomous Drones are Crucial to Business Continuity
Autonomous drones have become a critical tool for business continuity in a wide variety of enterprise verticals. As the current crisis changes the way companies work, new tools are part of the new normal.
Read on for an insider view of how industries like power and gas or critical infrastructure are continuing to function despite current limitations.


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