XPONENTIAL - Oshkosh Defense Features TerraMax Unmanned Ground Vehicle Technology for Route Clearance, Reconnaissance and Convoy Operations at AUVSI's XPONENTIAL Conference
A single operator can supervise five TerraMax UGVs to increase troop protection and operational efficiency
XPONENTIAL - Setting New Industry Benchmarks in Size, Weight & Power, Quanergy Announces New LiDAR Sensor
S3-Qi keeps Quanergy at forefront of LiDAR sensor advancements
"DARPA: Redefining Possible" to showcase past technological breakthroughs, current projects and future possibilities
Fred Frigerio, Senior Vice-President commented: "A year ago we announced that UAVT would build a number of UTP50R turbine engines for integration with airframes from major producers of UAVs. Manufacturing these small, high performance engines calls for special techniques that were a critical part of our development work. We're pleased that the production of a number of identical engines is proceeding according to plan."
Lee Mathews for Geek: Camera-toting drones that can follow a subject while they’re recording aren’t a new thing, but a company called Zero Zero is putting a very different spin on them. It’s all about how they track what’s being filmed. Zero Zero’s new Hover Camera doesn’t require you to wear a special wristband like AirDog. There’s no “pod” to stuff in your pocket like the one that comes with Lily, and it doesn’t rely on GPS either. Instead, the Hover Camera uses its “eyes” to follow along. Unlike some drones that use visual sensors to lock on to a moving subject, the Hover Camera uses them in conjunction with face and body recognition algorithms to ensure that it’s actually following the person you want it to follow. For now, it can only track the person you initially select. By the time the Hover Camera goes up for sale, however, Zero Zero says it will be able to scan the entire surrounding area for faces. Cont'd...
A Guide to Security Requirements for Various Classes of IoT Devices and Systems
Zero Zero Robotics Announces $25 Million In Funding, Unveils Hover Camera, the First Truly Consumer-friendly Self-flying Camera
The easy-to-use, autonomous flying camera safely captures moments from above for unlimited creativity
Metallized Carbon Corporation Offers Modern Carbon-Graphite Self-Lubricating Materials Ideal for Aircraft Shaft Mechanical Seals
Unique materials offer high thermal conductivity, low friction and oxidation resistance
XPONENTIAL - E.yo Copter, start up company developing a multi-mission drone helicopter attending Xponential exhibition, Booth #1657
e.Yo Copter's turbo prop concept is patented worldwide. By utilizing the jet engine's hot gases directly ejected at the tip of two opposing duct pipes a rotation force is generated.
In an era of increasing incidences of drone/airliner "near misses," 3 organizations are working together on disruptive sense and avoid technologies to help insure safe aircraft separation.
GeckoSystems has proprietary mobile robot self-navigation technologies that provide human quick AI sense/avoid of unmapped obstacles for safe auto-following, errand running, patrolling, etc.
The investment will be used to further accelerate the development and commercialization of uAvionix's groundbreaking avionics system.
Velodyne LiDAR Performance Excels
New version of the shipborne UAS AR3 NET RAY is the first in class providing maritime radar capability
New aerial division will drive future innovations in robotics and aerospace industries
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