AUVSI 2013 – the UST Round-Up

By Caroline Rees / 22 Aug 2013
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More than 8,100 attendees and nearly 600 exhibitors attended the annual Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) convention last week, held in Washington DC.

We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who spared time to talk to our team on the show floor…here is our round-up of the product news and announcements from companies exhibiting at the show:

Airware announced a new partnership with Insitu. The new partnership will enable interoperability between Airware’s autopilots and Insitu’s ground control software, ICOMC2. Read more >

ASI revealed the new FORGE™ Ground Robot. FORGE is a new open-interface extensible ground robot that utilizes ASI’s x-by-wire electronics. Read more >

BAE Systems’ introduced their new multispectral sensor for unmanned systems – an innovation that will help improve soldier situational awareness by reducing the time required to identify targets. Read more >

C-ASTRAL announced a new integrated software/hardware solution for agriculture, forestry and land management in partnership with the GIS software solutions provider SINERGISE. Read more >

C-ASTRAL unveiled their new imagery intelligence gathering UAS platform – the BRAMOR C4EYE. Read more >

Elmo announced new ultra-high current military servo drives. The new Gold Eagle drives are specifically designed for systems that require repeated power bursts for time periods longer than 3 seconds. Read more >

Epson demonstrated their new M-V340 IMU. At just 12x10x4mm in size, it’s the smallest high-performance IMU on the market today. Read more >

Kutta unveiled three new UAS Command and Control (C2) products: the UCS-BDRVT®, a STANAG Level 5 handheld Ground Control Station (GCS) and a lightweight MILSPEC computer – The KRC-100. Read more >

MSHIPCO revealed the Mistral USV, which features a state-of-the-art C2 control and modular cargo handling system. Read more >

Pleora Technologies and Moog Protokraft announced that they have collaborated to provide advanced Ethernet video transport for harsh environments. Read more >

RFEL unveiled two new form factors of its HALO™ video processing solution. The new versions are a System-on-Module small form factor board and a PCI Express-based XMC board. Read more >

Roke launched the latest version of its VTA (Visual Target Analysis) product, a moving target indicator system. Read more >

Sparton Navigation and Exploration revealed their new MEMS inertial measurement unit (IMU-10), featuring 10 degrees of freedom and industry leading accuracy. Read more >

Trenton launched the new MIL-STD-810 fanless computer, designed for installation in small areas on unmanned vehicles. Read more >

Velodyne showcased the capabilities of their HDL-32E sensor for UAV applications. Read more >

Posted by Caroline Rees Caroline co-founded Unmanned Systems Technology and has been at the forefront of the business ever since. With a Masters Degree in marketing Caroline has her finger on the pulse of all things unmanned and is committed to showcasing the very latest in unmanned technical innovation. Connect & Contact
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