Most Read Articles on UST This Week

Here’s our round-up of the five most read articles on UnmannedSystemsTechnology.com this week By Joe Macey / 19 Apr 2024
Most Read Articles on UST This Week
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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. Warren Community College Secures Grant for Agriculture Drone Program

Warren Community College Secures Grant for Agriculture Drone Program

Warren County Community College’s drone training program has received another $699,000 ‘earmarked’ federal congressional appropriation.

The funding will support its unique new precision agriculture program of study, which is already training pilots and technicians to help farmers cut costs and increase productivity.

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2. Hot Swappable Plug-and-Play Gimbal Released for the Sony ILX-LR1

Gremsy, a leading provider of drone gimbal solutions, has introduced the Pixy LR S-Port.

The new gimbal is purpose-built for the Sony ILX-LR1 camera, featuring integration with the MAVLink protocol and incorporating the AirPixel Entire R3 module inside for comprehensive camera control, enabling full control via MavCam.

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3. Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Simultaneously Coordinated with Command and Control Software

At the U.S. Navy’s Integrated Battle Problem 24.1 (IBP 24.1) exercise, teams of unmanned and autonomous systems operating in the air, on the sea, and below the surface were simultaneously coordinated by Anduril’s Lattice command and control software. 

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4. Inertial Labs Enhances INS Solutions with FT Technologies Sensor

Inertial Labs Enhances INS Solutions with FT Technologies Sensor

Inertial Labs is enhancing its inertial navigation systems (INS) by integrating FT Technologies’ advanced FT743-D-SM Acoustic Resonance Air Speed Sensor.

The sensor enables multi-rotor UAVs to estimate their horizontal air speed better, enhancing position estimation accuracy in GNSS-denied environments.

Inertial Labs’ team tested the feasibility of GNSS-denied navigation using an FT Technologies air speed sensor compared to a free inertial/dead reckoning solution.

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5. infiniDome Expands Operations with New Subsidiary

infinidome USA launch

Provider of GPS protection and resilient navigation solutions, infiniDome, has launched a new subsidiary.

The company has opened infiniDome USA, designed to enhance service to the United States defense industry.

With the establishment of infiniDome USA, infiniDome is aiming to strengthen its relationships with U.S. customers, offering more localized support and ensuring that its GPS protection technologies meet the specific needs and challenges faced by American aerospace and defense sectors.

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