Most Read Articles on UST This Week

Here’s our round-up of the five most read articles on this week By Abi Wylie / 03 May 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. The Bionic Eye Launches New Industrial Cargo Drone


The Bionic Eye, a provider of both off-the-shelf and bespoke enterprise drone systems, has launched the Gryphon GD-225X, an industrial cargo drone with patented folding octagon booms and a MTOM ( maximum take of mass) of 250Kg.

Part of the Gryphon range of highly configurable drones, the GD-225X is an all-electric multi-rotor platform with folding arms for easy transportation. Deployable in a few minutes, the GD-225X airframe weighs 57Kgs, with a payload capacity of up to 193 Kgs.


2. US-D1 Radar Altimeter Achieves Major Production Milestone

Leading developer of radar sensing technologies Ainstein has achieved a major production milestone with the delivery of the 20,000th US-D1 radar altimeter unit.

Commercialized in 2017 and deployed in over 40 countries, the US-D1 is the gold standard in short-range radar altimeters providing reliable precision altitude measurements regardless of weather, lighting, or environmental conditions.


3. Versatile Autonomous Vehicle Released for Undersea Operations


Eelume-S is the new All-Terrain Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) from subsea technology producer Eeulme, and is projected to transform undersea operations using Voyis and Wavefront Systems integrated technology.

Traditionally, AUVs have been limited in their accessibility to underwater environments. Eelume-S overcomes these barriers, offering versatility and sustainability in exploring previously inaccessible environments.


4. Doodle Labs Collaborates to Enhance UAV Communications

Doodle Labs Collaborates to Enhance UAV Communications

Communication expert Doodle Labs is collaborating with drone solutions and systems developer, Draganfly, and control systems specialists UXV Technologies. The collaboration aims to advance operational capabilities for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) used by law enforcement, first responders, and military specialists. 

The collaboration combines Draganfly’s Commander 3XL UAV, Doodle Labs’ Helix Mesh Rider®️ Radio, and UXV Technologies Soldier Robotic Controller (SRoC) ground control station (GCS), together offering a secure, robust, and ruggedized solution for demanding missions. 


5. GA-ASI Demonstrates Large UAV Firepower & STOL Capabilities

Gun Pod Integration Trial for STOL Unmanned Aircraft

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) has put its Mojave Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) to the test, showcasing the systems’ rapid integration capabilities and unique short takeoff and landing (STOL) feature during live-fire trials. 

Mojave is a unique short takeoff and landing (STOL) UAS with significant payload capacity. The system can perform in areas once considered unsuitable for UAS operations, with its ability to take off and land from unimproved landing sites at short distances, as well as operate from aircraft carriers. 


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