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NASA to hold satellite servicing tech transfer industry day

NASA to hold satellite servicing tech transfer industry day
  We have lived in a generation of 'one and done' spacecraft, up until now. Barring a few notable exceptions, spacecraft launch alone, operate alone and are decommissioned alone. In an average year, several billion dollars’ worth of satellites that could be refueled or repaired are retired because there is no way to service them in space.
11th January 2018

Two-way communications ensure real time protection for military

Two-way communications ensure real time protection for military
Automotive Robotic Industry Limited (ARI) has selected Elsight to provide the Communications on the Move (COTM) technology for its advanced, mission-oriented autonomous and collaborative Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) for military and security situations. The initial order will equip ten of its vehicles with highly secure, two-way communications.
11th January 2018

Mapping out the airspace for the autonomous world of drones

Mapping out the airspace for the autonomous world of drones
Soon it may not only be our roads that are congested. The growing popularity of drones, whether for recreational or commercial use, has highlighted the challenge of managing traffic in low altitude airspace. Moreover, in the future autonomous world, the traffic of both airborne and ground vehicles will need to be well orchestrated to ensure safety aswell as efficiency.
8th January 2018


Drone gun now certified for human exposure

Drone gun now certified for human exposure
  DroneShield has announced that its DroneGun MKII product has been certified as compliant for human exposure, in connection with requests by potential governmental end-users, in relation to their procurement processes.
2nd January 2018

Battery range designed for military applications

Battery range designed for military applications
Taking inspiration from the superseded military performance specification 32383/3, Ultralife Corporation has upgraded its entire range of UBI-2590 batteries. With its high energy density and SmartCircuit technology, the battery is designed for a wide range of military and defence applications, including robotics, automated underwater vehicles (AUVs), unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) and communication systems.
20th December 2017

Taking control of the Royal Canadian Navy drone threat

Taking control of the Royal Canadian Navy drone threat
  A new service to the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) has been introduced by QinetiQ Target Systems (QTS). It is emulating the threat posed to large naval vessels by small multi-rotor drones.
1st December 2017

Next-gen UAVs – enter the dragonfly

Next-gen UAVs – enter the dragonfly
Working from its Laboratory at Begbroke Science Park, Oxford, the core of the business of Animal Dynamics is to harness a deep understanding of movement in animals to create more efficient and powerful systems capable of performance beyond anything currently found in nature or engineering.
13th November 2017

When solar-powered drones meet Arctic glaciers

When solar-powered drones meet Arctic glaciers
What better place than the Arctic for testing the new generation of solar-powered aircraft? The Autonomous Systems Laboratory ASL has developed a pioneering solar-powered unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), AtlantikSolar, capable of flying for multiple days. Glaciologists from ETH Zurich – who use UAVs to monitor glaciers in Greenland – need further endurance to deal with the immensity of the glacial landscape.
20th October 2017

Northrop Grumman awarded contract for their unmanned ground vehicle

Northrop Grumman awarded contract for their unmanned ground vehicle
  Northrop Grumman has been awarded a two year contract by the Ministry of Defence’s (MoD) Special Projects Search and Counter Measures team for in-service support of the CUTLASS Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) remotely controlled vehicle.
4th October 2017

Are drones just a catastrophe waiting to happen?

Are drones just a catastrophe waiting to happen?
  Provider of drone detection and mitigation products, DroneShield has noted a New York Post report on a collision between a US Army Black Hawk helicopter and a rogue drone over Staten Island in New York. The Army helicopter is understood to have conducted an emergency landing following the collision, and the authorities are investigating the incident.
26th September 2017


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