Unmanned Air System (UAS)
aerobd.news : MIT engineers have built and flown the first-ever airplane with no moving parts, powered by a flow of ions produced onboard the plane. The aircraft is propelled by
aerobd.news : UK troops are testing over 70 examples of technology including drones for enhanced surveillance and resupplying in the battlefield. The four-week Autonomous Warrior experiment at Salisbury Plains, Wiltshire
aerobd.news : Russian startup Bartini and engineers from Russia’s National University of Science and Technology Misis in Moscow have successfully flight tested a prototype flying taxi. The 5 x 5m
aerobd.news : A series of drone demonstration projects are set to begin in Europe to develop manned/unmanned traffic management. The €9.5bn (US$10.8bn) U-space program consists of nine projects which will
aerobd.news : German company PC-Aero has started flight testing the autonomous systems of its high-altitude long endurance aircraft, the Elektra Two Solar Optionally Piloted System (OPS). The aircraft performed several
aerobd.news : Boeing is to supply the MQ-25 “Stingray” unmanned aerial refueler to the US Navy to operate from its aircraft carriers. Boeing beat Lockheed Martin and General Atomics for
aerobd.news : The first-ever public flight of an autonomous urban air taxi, establishing the feasibility and safety of airborne taxis as a means of public transportation, has been carried out.
Safran Nacelles launches a new automated non-destructive testing solution using infrared thermography and augmented reality, a world first.
aerobd.news : Stéphane Cueille, Safran Senior Executive VP R&T and Innovationinaugurated the new non-destructive testing process (NDT) for composite panels of aircraft nacelles. The use of infrared thermography combined with
#aerobd.news : Urban Aeronautics announced on November 3, 2016, that its Cormorant Unmanned Air vehicle (UAV) prototype ‘Cormorant’ has performed its first autonomous flight pattern, including low flight over uneven terrain.
aerobd.news : The ‘out of sight’ tests, led by NASA in coordination with the FAA and several partners, were the latest waypoint in solving the challenge of drones flying beyond
aerobd.news : The Unmanned Safety Institute (USI), a subsidiary of ARGUS International, Inc., announced today that it has been accepted as a “Training Provider” to the FAA Safety Team’s (FAASTeam)