TAG: unmanned aerial systems

ANSI establishes UAS standardization collaborative

May 30, 2017By

A May 19 meeting convened by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) confirmed there is broad-based support among key stakeholders from the private and public sectors for ANSI to establish an Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Standardization Collaborative (UASSC). The UASSC will work to coordinate and accelerate the development of the standards and conformity assessment programs needed to facilitate the safe,... read more

Septentrio expands in Europe by signing new partnership with Innovelec

May 24, 2016By

Septentrio, a designer and manufacturer of GNSS solutions, has selected Innovelec as an authorized partner for GNSS positioning solutions in the United Kingdom and Europe. The new partnership will enable Septentrio’s products such as AsteRx-m UAS to meet the needs of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) customers in the European market, the company said. Based in Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire, Innovelec will... read more

CHC Introduces UAV Ground-Control Specific GNSS System

June 17, 2015By

CHC Navigation has launched a new UAV Ground Control (UAV GC) and post-processing kit for high-precision UAV systems. This kit is designed to provide an easy-to-operate complete system, and be cost-effective for producing centimeter-level control for UAV projects. The standard kit includes five GNSS receivers with expansion of additional receivers in pairs. The core of the system is the X900+OPUS, a dual-frequency triple-constellation... read more

Exelis Disruptor SRx Electronic Warfare Technology Explained

May 4, 2015By

Marty Apa, chief engineer for Exelis’ Integrated Electronic Warfare Systems, shows GPS World the Disruptor SRx at Unmanned Systems 2015, held May 4-7 in Atlanta. The Disruptor SRx electronic warfare (EW) technology is small enough to fit into UAS (unmanned aerial systems). It also has the ability to switch between multiple functions in real time. read more

NavCom Technology Offers Navigation and Positioning Capabilities for UAS

May 4, 2015By

NavCom Technology’s Jim Williams explains the precise positioning and navigation solutions offered by the company for UAS (unmanned aerial systems) at Unmanned Systems 2015, held May 4-7 in Atlanta. It offers GNSS aerial antennas, RTK positioning and its StarFire global satellite-based augmentation system (GSBAS). read more