Most Read Articles on UST This Week

Here’s our round-up of the five most read articles on this week By Abi Wylie / 13 Jan 2024
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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. New Bathymetric LiDAR system from YellowScan

New Bathymetric LiDAR system from YellowScan

YellowScan, a designer of next generation manned and unmanned LiDAR solutions, has released its new bathymetric system, the YellowScan Navigator, at CES 2024.

We have all witnessed the impact of climate change: drier and warmer seasons, interspersed by heavy rains and flooding rivers. These environmental hazards have an impact on human activities and infrastructure.


2. Milanion’s AGEMA UGV In Service with Kraken Unit in Ukraine

Milanion’s AGEMA UGV with Kraken Unit in Ukraine

Milanion’s AGEMA Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) is with the Kraken special unit of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of Ukraine. 

The Kraken unit is involved in frontline combat missions in Ukraine and the AGEMA UGV can provide vital battlefield support for personnel operating in the harsh Ukrainian winter conditions.


3. Plettenberg Releases the NOVA Maritime Series

Plettenberg Releases the NOVA Maritime Series

Based on the outstanding success of Plettenberg’s NOVA 15 series of inrunner BLDC motors, the leading developer and manufacturer of rugged electric propulsion solutions, has released the new NOVA Maritime Series.

The NOVA Maritime Series has been specifically developed for the most demanding applications in the maritime and marine industries and features an extra rugged closed housing design with ingress protection of IP67.


4. Special Use of Remote ID Solutions

Special Use of Remote ID Solutions

Aerobits looks at Remote Identification for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), discussing the drone industry, regulations, and applications for its solutions.

Aerobits has also launched new OEM modules for Remote ID purposes. Those modules are designed especially for global drone manufacturers and aeromodellers.


5. Alpha Unmanned Systems Year in Review

Alpha Unmanned Systems A900 Drone

Aeronautical engineering company Alpha Unmanned Systems showcases the remarkable milestones and achievements that have defined the company in 2023.

The company has made a video capturing much of Alpha Unmanned Systems’ journey throughout the year, including groundbreaking technological advancements such as the Active Cooling Design & Validation to the JP-8 Fuel Test & Validation, industry recognition with the A900’s CAE certification, and key partnerships with the Armada and the Spanish Air Force.


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