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April UAV Flight Training Class

April: UAV Flight Training Class

April UAV Flight Training Class With another successful two training class in the books, we are excited to announce that our next Hands-On Drone / UAV Flight Training Class will be April 22nd- 23rd. Equipment is provided, but you can bring your own if you would like. Space is very limited so reserve your spot today! One Day Class (April 22nd): Time: 8:30…

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UAV Market Takes off for Intelligent Energy

UAV Market Takes off for Intelligent Energy

UAV Market Takes off for Intelligent Energy Intelligent Energy signs deal to deliver fuel cell systems for UAVs in the supply chain with industry leading inventory solution provider Intelligent Energy has signed a deal with PINC to supply its air cooled fuel cell systems for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), marking Intelligent Energy’s first sale of fuel cell systems for UAVs…

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Simlat Delivers UAS Simulation Research Lab

Simlat Delivers UAS Simulation Research Lab

Simlat Delivers UAS Simulation Research Lab to Macquarie University Simlat has announced that it has delivered a Full Crew solution for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) training and simulation to Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, for research purposes. Simlat’s C-STAR simulation and PANEL module (Performance Analysis & Evaluation suite) will support the Human Factors research for UAS operators at Macquarie. The…

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Drone tested by Albany sea rescuers

Drone tested by Albany sea rescuers

Drone tested by Albany sea rescuers at Salmon Holes set to help in emergencies The first test of drone technology to rescue people at sea in Western Australia has been hailed a success by volunteers in the Great Southern, who say it could help save lives. The experiment, led by the Albany Sea Rescue with no government involvement, was conducted…

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Drones Keep Watchful Eyes on Wildlife

High Above, Drones Keep Watchful Eyes on Wildlife in Africa

High Above, Drones Keep Watchful Eyes on Wildlife in Africa LIWONDE, Malawi — Night has fallen at Liwonde National Park, but the trespassers are clearly visible. Three hundred feet in the air, a thermal camera attached to a BatHawk drone tracks their boat, a black sliver gliding up the luminous gray Shire River. “They’re breaking the law by coming into…

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