Most Read Articles on UST This Week

Here’s our round-up of the five most read articles on this week By Abi Wylie / 01 Dec 2023
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Take a look at our round-up of the five most read articles on UST this week, including new technologies, partnerships, events, and industry successes.

1. Alpha Unmanned Systems: Elevating UAV Excellence with Local Commitment and Global Triumph

Álvaro Escarpenter CTO and co-founder of Alpha Unmanned Systems with an A900 drone

Álvaro Escarpenter, CTO and co-founder of Alpha Unmanned Systems, takes time out to discuss the evolution of the Alpha 800 and Alpha 900, the advantages of fueled unmanned helicopters over battery powered multirotor platforms, and the key to achieving reliability in demanding, GPS-denied environments such as Ukraine.


2. Inspection Redefined with Exail’s R7 Compact ROV

Inspection Redefined with Exail’s R7 Compact ROV

The best of digital technologies are brought together to meet the challenges of modern military operations in the new R7 Compact ROV from Exail.

Multiple services, including military navies, special forces, coast guards, customs agencies, rescue services, and police departments are looking for a versatile, compact, user-friendly system for their missions. 


3. “Drone Detection as a Service” Concept Launched

“Drone Detection as a Service” Concept Launched

Roark Aerospace has completed the full commercial launch of its fully self-contained “Aero-Ark” drone detection system.

The Aero-Ark is a static or mobile unit that utilizes bespoke forward scatter detection, artificial intelligence and packet sniffing to detect drone incursions and provide live tracking and identifier information.


4. Canada Purchases Oceanbotics SRV-8

Canada Purchases Oceanbotics SRV-8

Oceanbotics’ SRV-8 has been purchased by the Canadian Department of National Defence.

This significant milestone has been achieved through Oceanbotics’ trusted partner, ROMOR Ocean Solutions, a provider of cutting-edge underwater drone technology.


5. Tests Completed on Fully Autonomous In-Flight Refueling Tech

Airbus autonomous aerial refuelling Auto'Mate demonstrator

Aerial refueling is an increasingly vital capability for military force projection, and Airbus has been developing technology to automate this process.

The technology, called Auto-Mate, will allow for fully autonomous in-flight refueling and has the potential for wider applications in both defense and civil aviation sectors.


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