AUVSI Unmanned Systems 2015 – the UST Round-Up

By Caroline Rees / 12 May 2015

AUVSI 2015More than 8,000 attendees and over 600 exhibitors attended the annual AUVSI Unmanned Systems 15 expo last week, held in Atlanta, Georgia.

We’d like to say a huge 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:

Aeroprobe released their next-generation Micro Air data system for UAVs. Read more >

C-ASTRAL launched their new hand-launch ATLAS sUAS. Read more >

Dynatem introduced a new liquid cooled HPEC Server for rugged applications. Read more >

Fischer announced a 24 pin socket version of the MiniMax™ Series connector. Read more >

FLIR Systems announced the new FLIR Vue™ thermal camera for sUAS. Read more >

Kairos Autonomi unveiled a new Robotic Applique Kit for heavy equipment. Read more >

LEMO released their T Series watertight connector. Read more >

Maxon introduced new high torque DC brushless motors. Read more >

Moog Crossbow introduced an ultra-compact MEMS-based IMU and AHRS for air, land & sea. Read more >

NuWaves unveiled a new linear bidirectional amplifier for OFDM radios. Read more >

OnTime Networks launched a 12-Port managed military gigabit ethernet switch. Read more >

PrecisionHawk signed a UAV research agreement with the FAA. Read more >

senseFly launched the eXom intelligent mapping and inspection drone. Read more >

Septentrio introduced the AsteRx-m UAS GNSS receiver. Read more >

Trimble expanded their UAS portfolio, announcing a partnership with MULTIROTOR service-drone. Read more >

UAV Factory released their Epsilon 135 optical payload gimbals. Read more >

VectorNav launched a new surface mount VN-300 Dual Antenna GPS/INS. Read more >

VersaLogic announced a new ultra-compact Hawk embedded processing unit. Read more >

VPT unveiled the VXR Series: DC-DC converters for harsh environments. Read more >

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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