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Draganflyer X6 – Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Specifications and Data Sheet

Draganflyer X6 by Dragonfly Innovations Inc, USA The Draganflyer X6 helicopter utilizes an innovative six-rotor design. The six rotors are arranged as three counter-rotating offset pairs mounted at the ends…


    


Police test UAV to take over some helicopter work

Aldergrove, USA – RCMP are testing an aerial drone that can hover over crash sites and crime scenes to take photos or beam video back to officers on the ground….


    


Japan firm vying for lunar X Prize unveils moon rover

A Tokyo company has unveiled what it hopes will be the first privately built unmanned rover on the moon, and win it U.S. $30 million in prizes from the X…


    


AeroVironment Introduces Shrike Vertical Take-off And Landing (VTOL) Unmanned Aircraft System

California, USA – AeroVironment, Inc. today introduced its lightweight and man-portable Shrike VTOL™ unmanned aircraft system. · Adds VTOL, hover, perch and stare capability to battle-proven family of small unmanned…


   


Shrike – Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Specifications and Data Sheet

Shrike by AeroVironment, USA Shrike VTOL system delivers the superior imagery, endurance and encrypted video found in all AeroVironment small unmanned aircraft systems. Operating quietly enough to go virtually undetected,…


 


Navy awards Northrop Grumman $10.5 million for Fire Scout upgrades

The Navy awarded Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. (NYSE: NOC) a $10,474,708 cost plus fixed fee contract for logistics in support of the Vertical Takeoff and Landing Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle…


 


Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) flying in civil airspace is inevitable

Air transport industry groups accept the inevitability of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) flying in civil airspace. At AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems North America 2011 symposium earlier this month, speakers representing airline…


 


Denel completes assembly of Seeker 400 UAV prototype

The prototype of Denel Dynamics’ latest Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV), the Seeker 400, has been completed and is due to make its maiden flight in the first quarter of 2012….


 


Aquabotix develops military UUV for consumers

Fall River, USA – A device that lets boaters view and explore the undersea world, without getting wet, will be launched by a Fall River start-up this month. Aquabotix will…


 


AUV fleet completes over 240,000 kilometers of deepwater mapping

Louisiana, USA – C & C Technologies, Inc., the worldwide leader in deepwater autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) operations, announces that its AUV fleet has completed over 240,000 kilometers of deepwater…


 


India deploys Heron UAVs along LoC in Indian-held Kashmir

Indian Army has deployed Heron Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in Northern part of Indian-held Kashmir (IHK) to track the movement of Kashmiris. 16 Heron UAVs were originally supplied to the…


 


Neovision’s Jetty unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) cleans ducts…and pipelines

Despite the importance of our air ducts and ventilation systems, most of us rarely get them cleaned as often as we should. Although the insides of air ducts seem to…


 


Rutgers University Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV) probe hurricane

Hurricane Irene’s sweep of the mid-Atlantic coast could help scientists learn a lot about the complex interplay of atmospheric and ocean weather, and Rutgers University researchers are using robot submarines,…


 


Micro Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (mUAV) could become common place

At the Wright–Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, scientists are studying nature, such as birds and insects, to attempt to create what they call micro-vehicles. The concept of these…


 


Australian DSTO awards $13.7m to develop UUV sensors and R&D

The Australian Minister for Defense Science and Personnel, Warren Snowdon, announced this Wednesday AU$13 million (US$13.7 million) in research funding for innovative Australian research projects involving helicopters, objects in space,…


 


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