Most Read Articles on UST This Week

Here’s our round-up of the five most read articles on UnmannedSystemsTechnology.com this week By Abi Wylie / 09 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. Ground Control Station for Commercial Drones Demonstrated in Italian Airspace

Ground Control Station for Commercial Drones Demonstrated

Honeywellin collaboration with Pipistrel, ENAV, and D-Flight, demonstrated ground control station technology using a multicopter drone at Gorizia Airport in Italy.

The recently completed demonstration is part of the SESAR Digital Sky Demonstration project, U-ELCOME, whose overall aim is to support the implementation of U-space services for the safe and secure integration of drones into airspace across Europe.

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2. Inertial Labs Releases New High-Precision Three-Axis Accelerometers

Inertial Labs Releases New High-Precision Three-Axis Accelerometers

Inertial Labs has introduced new accelerometers, the TAA-308, TAA-315, and TAA-340.

The MEMS TAA-308, TAA-315, and TAA-340 are revolutionary, compact, self-contained, strap-down, navigation-grade accelerometers that measure linear accelerations with high precision.

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3. Embention Launches New ESC for eVTOLs & Electric UAVs

Embention UAV motor controller

Embention has developed a new electronic speed controller (ESC) specifically designed for eVTOL aircraft and electric UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles).

The Veronte Motor Controller MC110 2.0 can deliver power outputs of up to 110kW, voltages of up to 800V, and currents of up to 200A.

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4. Autonomous EOD Maritime Response Vehicle Demonstrated by Greensea IQ

Autonomous EOD Maritime Response Vehicle Demonstrated

Greensea IQ is the first to successfully complete a demonstration of a prototype Autonomous EOD Maritime Response Vehicle (AEMRV) for the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) and US Navy.

The demonstration took place over several days in September in the open ocean off the coast of San Diego, featuring a fully integrated OPENSEA Edge-driven untethered ROV, a VideoRay MSS Defender modified by Greensea IQ to include batteries and an acoustic modem.

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5. NOAA Collaboration to Equip NemoSens Micro AUV with SwordFish Imaging Payload

NOAA’ Collaboration to Equip NemoSens Micro AUV with SwordFish Imaging Payload

In a collaboration among NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS), AUV manufacturer RTsys will work with subsea imaging technology manufacturer Arctic Rays to build the NemoSens SwordFish.

The micro AUV is designed to revolutionize ocean exploration and research by enhancing NOAA’s efforts to study and understand the seabed.

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