July 3, 2022

Rise to the Top in the Race to the Bottom

Surveyors and Engineers working with UAVs are finding it difficult to produce quality mapping as they are swamped with cheap drone hardware and software, driving them into the race to the bottom on what used to be a quality-focused profession. While trying to keep initial costs down, the re-captures, heavy reliance on GCPs, and processing […]

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Skydio – Electric Infrastructure Inspection with Drones

Utility inspections are absolutely critical for ensuring uptime and safety of our power grid, but these inspections often pose serious safety risks to the inspector. Inspectors must often fly low over power plants, transmission towers, and distribution poles by helicopter, or climb to high altitudes in high-voltage environments. In some cases, safety requires so much […]

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Flying Display programme, FINN sessions and Exhibitors announced

Less than three weeks before take-off, Farnborough International Airshow is gearing up for its biggest and busiest instalment yet. Taking place 18-22 July 2022, the event sees the return of its world-renowned flying and static aircraft display and FINN sessions, the launch of the Aerospace Global Forum and Pioneers of Tomorrow Day, and the evolution […]

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Aquiline Drones Acquires ElluminAI Labs to Create Deep Learning Drones and Cloud Ops

Apple and Siri. Amazon and Alexa. Microsoft and Cortana. Aquiline Drones and Spartacus. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has gained increasing popularity across industries. Worldwide revenues for the AI market, including software, hardware, and services, are forecast to grow 40.2% annually, topping $997.77 billion by the end of 2028, according to a latest report by Grand View […]

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ERTEC completes UAS TARSIS test campaign, an artificial intelligence project applied to flight safety sponsored by the European Defence Agency

• The ATLAS Experimental Flight Center in Spain has hosted the final phase of the SAFETERM (Safe Autonomous Flight Termination System) project, sponsored by the European Defense Agency and developed by technological companies GMV and AERTEC. • SAFETERM addresses the use of state-of-the-art artificial intelligence/machine learning technologies to increase the level of safety in specific […]

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Dawn Aerospace – Safety/Certification Engineer NZ

This is a chance to get into the early phases of an ambitious project. Are you the perfect person to set up the correct fundamentals of safety engineering and great certification principles in a groundbreaking spaceplane? We believe in giving you the tools to get your job done, and then getting out of your way. […]

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RigiTech tests drone delivery service to a substation at Ørsted’s Anholt offshore wind farm

Copenhagen, Denmark. June, 2022 — Breaking through significant technical and regulatory limitations, RigiTech’s Eiger logistics drone performed the inaugural flight of a delivery route to the offshore substation of a wind turbine park off the coast of Denmark. In partnership with Danish autonomous systems operator Holo, the Eiger is providing energy company Ørsted and multinational logistics company DSV with a transport test […]

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Customized for Every Mission

The Ascent Aerosystems booth certainly stands out at a show like AUVSI Xponential, mostly because of the unique configuration of the drones they sell: Rather than a multirotor, or a fixed-wing platform, or some fusion of the two, its aircraft resemble nothing so much as a pair of vertically oriented rolling pins with a pair […]

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