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21 21.06.2018

100m Flying Height Best for Forest Analysis

2018-06-21T06:52:16+00:00 21.06.2018|Kategorien: News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

Scientists with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire recently analyzed effectiveness of Unmanned Aerial Systems – that’s drones, to you and me – to collect meaningful information about the health and status of forests. “Remote sensing is learning something about an object without coming in contact with it – […]

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14 14.06.2018

First NASA Large UAS Flight in Public Airspace without Chase Plane

2018-06-14T07:11:10+00:00 14.06.2018|Kategorien: Applications & Testing & Experience, News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , , , |

A Detect and Avoid (DAA) avionics system developed by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA‑ASI) was the key technology that enabled an unmanned aircraft flight through the National Airspace System (NAS) after taking off from southern California on Tuesday. The DAA system installed on Ikhana, a NASA-owned Predator B/MQ-9 Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), enabled the UAS to meet the […]

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14 14.06.2018

Biomimicry of Bats to Help Drones Navigate in Dark, Dust or Smoke

2018-06-14T06:39:39+00:00 14.06.2018|Kategorien: News, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , |

To get drones to fly around complicated obstacles in the dark by themselves, University of Cincinnati researchers are turning to the pros. Bats have evolved to use sound and echolocation to navigate and find food. Their sonar is so keen, in fact, that nectar-loving bats can “spot” their favourite flowers in pitch darkness using only […]

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11 11.06.2018

Real-Time Drone Surveillance System (DSS) for Violent Individuals Identification

2018-06-11T06:30:09+00:00 11.06.2018|Kategorien: News, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , |

For a long time, surveillance has been known as an effective deterrent of crime. this notion has become ever more prevalent in an age with more and more cameras, weather they’re in our pockets, or in the air. Police and other governmental agencies have begun employing drones to be their eyes, searching the horizon for […]

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24 24.05.2018

RoboFly – A Laser-Powered Flying Robotic Insect

2018-05-24T06:48:28+00:00 24.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , |

Insect-sized flying robots could help with time-consuming tasks like surveying crop growth on large farms or sniffing out gas leaks. These robots soar by fluttering tiny wings because they are too small to use propellers, like those seen on their larger drone cousins. Small size is advantageous: These robots are cheap to make and can […]

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21 21.05.2018

MIT Researchers Use VR to Prevent Drone Collisions

2018-05-21T07:04:23+00:00 21.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

Training drones to fly fast, around even the simplest obstacles, is a crash-prone exercise that can have engineers repairing or replacing vehicles with frustrating regularity. Now MIT engineers have developed a new virtual-reality training system for drones that enables a vehicle to “see” a rich, virtual environment while flying in an empty physical space. The system, […]

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18 18.05.2018

Automatic Classification of Trees with UAV RGB Images and Deep Learning

2018-05-18T07:04:07+00:00 18.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , |

Automatic classification of trees using remotely sensed data has been a dream of many scientists and land use managers. Recently, Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) has been expected to be an easy-to-use, cost-effective tool for remote sensing of forests, and deep learning has attracted attention for its ability concerning machine vision. In this study, using a […]

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18 18.05.2018

Ultra Low Power Deep-Learning-powered Autonomous Nano Drones

2018-05-18T07:04:00+00:00 18.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , |

A team of computer scientists have built the smallest completely autonomous nano-drone that can control itself without the need for a human guidance. Although computer vision has improved rapidly thanks to machine learning and AI, it remains difficult to deploy algorithms on devices like drones due to memory, bandwidth and power constraints. But researchers from […]

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15 15.05.2018

Sierra Nevada to Join DARPA Gremlins Project

2018-05-15T07:12:50+00:00 15.05.2018|Kategorien: Military UAS, News, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), has been selected to participate in Phase 3 of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Gremlins program as part of the Dynetics-led team.  The Gremlins program will develop the capability to launch groups of reusable Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) from manned aircraft while out of range of adversary defenses, enhancing […]

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11 11.05.2018

US Army, Uber Sign Research Agreement

2018-05-11T07:05:12+00:00 11.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

Uber and U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, Army Research Lab, announced today a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, or CRADA, establishing an ongoing plan to partner around developing and testing the vehicles used in Uber’s proposed urban aviation ride-share network. As part of this agreement, Uber and RDECOM ARL also signed their first […]

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