Tag: Drones at Work

Precision Agriculture: A Day on the Farm

Precision Agriculture: A Day on the Farm

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Drones are often touted for their ability to benefit farmers through precision agriculture, but solving real-world problems requires a more carefully considered approach—and spinning propellers only represents a small fraction of the work to be done. Even within the professional uncrewed aircraft systems (UAS) industry, there is a tendency to regard precision agriculture applications as ….  Read More

Chinese Drone Swarm Launch

Chinese Drone Swarm Launch

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CETC, a state-owned Chinese company, has released a new video claiming to show the successful test of a “barrage swarm” that launches 48 attack drones to saturate a target. It is described as the first practical Chinese swarming drone system. The details of the tests carried out in September were released earlier this week by ….  Read More

NATO Drone Delivery

NATO Drone Delivery

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DroneUp recently partnered with North Atlantic Treaty Organization Allied Command Transformation, Joint Force Development Directorate, Operational Experimentation branch in an experiment designed to determine if autonomous delivery of a specified payload to identified recipients under field conditions could be proven viable. The experiment participants conducted the exercise on September 21, 2020, in Lawrenceville, Virginia. The ….  Read More

Long-Distance Drone Operations

Long-Distance Drone Operations

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Australian data analytics and drone autonomy start-up Emesent is writing its way into the record books with a series of remotely operated autonomous drone flights which promise to drive revolutionary change in the heavy industry space. The most recent of these missions took place on August 28 at an Ultra-Deep Canadian Hard-Rock Mine. Emesent’s Hovermap ….  Read More

Students Study UAS Air Traffic

Students Study UAS Air Traffic

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The Purdue University UAS Program has recently purchased and deployed a POLARIS system – Simlat’s simulation for UAS Traffic Management (UTM) along with Simlat’s C-Star UAS Simulator.“We are excited to partner with Simlat and incorporate this innovative technology into our UAS program,” said Dr. Damon Lercel.Simlat’s POLARIS provides simulated UAS traffic at scale, simulating the ….  Read More