Most Read Articles on UST This Week

Here’s our round-up of the five most read articles on this week By Abi Wylie / 16 Feb 2024
UST Top 5 Most Read Articles 17th 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. New York State Growing UAS & AAM Industries with GENIUS NY Accelerator – Applications Open

GENIUS NY, thought to be the world’s largest business accelerator focused on uncrewed aerial systems, is now accepting applications for the eighth round of the year-long program.

The in-residence accelerator, funded by Empire State Development and operated by CenterState CEO in downtown Syracuse, New York, will invest more than $3 million in five finalist companies, including a $1 million grand prize. To start your application, click here.


2. Maximize LiPo Battery Potential: Tips for Peak Performance

Maximize LiPo Battery Potential: Tips for Peak Performance

An engineer from MaxAmps explores some insider tips for boosting your LiPo battery’s power to the max.

The article discusses how to optimize charging techniques, managing discharge rates, temperature control and monitoring, balancing cell voltages, and concludes with proper storage and maintenance.


3. Australian CASA Approval for CAMCOPTER VTOL UAS

Schiebel CAMCOPTER S-100 Receives Operational Approval from Australian CASA

Wedgetail Aerospace, supported by Schiebel Pacific, has successfully obtained approval from the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to operate the Schiebel CAMCOPTER® S-100 Unmanned Air System (UAS) in civil airspace.

It is believed to be the first large (>150kg) Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL) UAS to attain this civil approval from the Australian authorities.


4. Humanoid Robot Showcases Hand Dexterity

MagicLab’s Humanoid Robot Showcases Hand Dexterity

MagicLab released a video of its robot MagicBot roasting marshmallows, folding clothes and dancing, demonstrating the robot’s dexterity and object manipulation

The video highlights the unparalleled performance of MagicBot in small object manipulation and by extension, its versatility across a rich variety of everyday scenarios with human-like dexterity and smoothness.

Each robotic hand features a combination of miniature high-torque servo actuators and sensitive multi-dimensional pressure sensors, setting it apart from other robots with five-finger dexterous hands.


5. Strategic Partnership Formed to Propel Maritime Technology Advancements

Strategic Partnership Formed to Propel Maritime Technology Advancements

Ocean Aero, INTRA Defense Technologies, and MEMR made a formal partnership and signed a teaming agreement that positions the three companies as key contributors to the advancement of unmanned systems in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

This strategic alliance was facilitated by Lockheed Martin, which holds a significant stake in Ocean Aero and provides trusted expertise across a variety of disciplines


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