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 / 02 Feb 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. Ziyan Unveils Long Endurance Unmanned Helicopter at UMEX 2024

Ziyan Shadow S3 Unmanned Helicopter Debut at UMEX

Ziyan UAS has showcased its new product, the Shadow S3 long endurance unmanned helicopter at UMEX 2024, at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center. 

As a next-generation smart aerial platform, the Shadow S3 has undergone a complete upgrade in both its industrial design and performance. Designed to revolutionize operational efficiency, it brings forth several innovative highlights. 

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2. New Capabilities for Efficient ISR Missions in GPS-Denied Conditions

New Capabilities for Efficient ISR Missions in GPS-Denied Conditions

Auterion Mission Control expands its functionalities and allows it to efficiently execute ISR missions even in GPS-denied conditions.

In today’s world, flying Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in GPS-denied conditions is crucial for the success of ISR missions. Auterion Mission Control equips operators with essential tools and capabilities to support them in achieving their mission objectives.

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3. Next-Gen RESEPI Scanner Powered by 3D LiDAR SLAM Engine for Digitization

Inertial Labs new era of RESEPI scanner powered by Kudan's 3D Lidar SLAM engine

Inertial Labs along with Kudan Inc., has released a new generation of its Remote Sensing Payload Instrument (RESEPI) solution, where Kudan’s cutting-edge 3D LiDAR SLAM algorithm “KdLidar” is adopted as the engine to generate high-precision and high-resolution point clouds.

While RESEPI was initially developed for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) based remote sensing, Inertial Labs identified growing market demands to expand RESEPI’s capabilities to support a broader range of sensing modalities, including integrating handheld and backpack-based mapping capabilities.

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4. Customised Control System for Surface-Submersible Craft Developed

Pioneering provider of intelligent technology to control uncrewed marine vessels Dynautics was approached in 2023 by advanced maritime technology specialists Subsea Craft, to collaborate on the vessel control system for VICTA, the company’s next-generation maritime payload delivery platform. Dynautics has since developed a customised control system for Subsea Craft based on its commercially proven SPECTRE autopilot technology, enhancing it with the SSC team to provide a system that is adapted to the complex requirements of hybrid surface and subsurface operations. The teams continue to work closely together on a long-term contract for the advanced control system of this multi-domain vessel, which is capable of both surface and sub-surface maritime manoeuvres. Speaking of the project Carl Reynaud, Dynautics project manager commented; “Controlling a prototype vessel such as Subsea Craft’s VICTA is the kind of challenge that the Dynautics team thrives on. It requires a deep understanding of vessel systems, subsystems and vessel dynamics, the development of complex control algorithms and a strong collaborative effort.”

Pioneering provider of intelligent technology to control uncrewed marine vessels Dynautics has developed a customised control system for Subsea Craft based on its commercially proven SPECTRE autopilot technology.

Dynautics was approached in 2023 by advanced maritime technology specialists Subsea Craft, to collaborate on the vessel control system for VICTA, the company’s next-generation maritime payload delivery platform, which according to Subsea Craft is the world’s most advanced surface-submersible assault craft.

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5. Vanilla UAS Flies for NASA in Greenland

Vanilla UAS Flies for NASA in Greenland

The Vanilla unmanned aerial system has flown a mission for NASA to the inland sheet of Greenland.

Thule Air Base, now known as Pituffik Space Base, hosted Platform Aerospace to carry a sensor provided by the Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS).

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