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November 15, 2018

Solar-powered Odysseus will gather data for climate research

BY Patrick C. MillerFound In:Operations, Engineering & Design, PayloadBoeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Sciences has unveiled Odysseus, a solar-powered, autonomous UAS capable of flying in the stratosphere for indefinite periods of time. The aircraft is designed to assist weather and climate researchers. READ MORE

November 13, 2018

DHS explores machine learning to improve drone detection

BY Patrick C. MillerFound In:Operations, Engineering & Design, Policy & RegulationCombining cameras with machine learning technology, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Sandia National Labs are developing ways to make the visual identification of drones as precise and reliable as thermal, radio or acoustic signatures. READ MORE

November 09, 2018

Micro-weather forecasts for UAS will be tested in New York

BY Patrick C. MillerFound In:Operations, Engineering & Design, Policy & RegulationCustomWeather Inc. and TruWeather Solutions have formed a partnership aimed at developing micro-weather forecasts for BVLOS UAS operations. The technology will be tested in the NUAIR Alliance UAS traffic management corridor. READ MORE

November 08, 2018

NASA selects NextNav's technology for urban drone operations

BY NextNav LLC Found In:Operations, Engineering & DesignNASA has selected NextNav's Metropolitan Beacon System (MBS) as part of its City Environment for Range Testing of Autonomous Integrated Navigation (CERTAIN) program. MBS enables urban drone operations in areas where GPS signals may not reach. READ MORE

November 07, 2018

Uplift Data Partners becomes PrecisionHawk's latest acquistion

BY Patrick C. MillerFound In:Operations, Engineering & DesignPrecisionHawk made its fifth acquisition of the year by purchasing Chicago-based Uplift Data Partners, which specializes in commercial drone services for the construction industry. PrecisionHawk CEO Michael Chasen says more acquisitions are planned. READ MORE

November 07, 2018

Robird drone convinces bird flocks to move away from airports

BY Patrick C. MillerFound In:Manufacturing & Distribution, Operations, Engineering & Design, Policy & RegulationA drone that looks and flies like a peregrine falcon is convincing flocks of birds to move away from busy airports where they're a threat to manned aviation. The Robird has proved its worth at the Grand Forks International Airport in North Dakota. READ MORE

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