Most Read Articles on UST This Week

Here’s our round-up of the five most read articles on this week By Abi Wylie / 17 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. Halo Connectivity Platform Integrated with Lockheed Martin Indago 4 UAS

Halo Connectivity Platform Integrated with Lockheed Martin Indago 4 UAS

As part of a strategic collaboration exercise, Elsight has rapidly integrated its Halo connectivity platform with a Lockheed Martin Indago 4 Uncrewed Aerial System (UAS) to complete BVLOS (beyond visual line-of-sight) flights with enhanced capabilities.

Elsight’s Halo is a highly reliable and robust communication system. By seamlessly aggregating diverse IP links—public cellular, private cellular, satellite, and SDR radio—the Halo ensures uninterrupted connectivity even in the most challenging environments.


2. Drones & Agriculture Mesh at WarrenUAS to Boost Future Farm Production

Drones & Agriculture Mesh at WarrenUAS to Boost Future Farm Production

As drone training at Warren County Community College (Warren UAS) has grown to be one of the leading programs in the country, leaders there are establishing expertise and training modules in niche areas as they build relationships with industry and government leaders clamoring to put drones to use.

The equipment, expert faculty members and burgeoning student body are now housed in a new Dr. Joseph Warren Robotics Research Center and other renovated space on the school’s Phillipsburg, NJ, campus. The faculty and students are working with regional rail transit agencies, law enforcement and emergency services, environmentalists, and utilities.


3. Research USV Delivered to Hong Kong University

Research USV Delivered to University in Hong Kong

OceanAlpha has delivered the L12E unmanned surface vehicle (USV), called “The Clear Water Bay”, to Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). The recipient of the USV is Cheng Kar-Shun Robotics Institute (CKSRI) at HKUST, a multidisciplinary platform dedicated to fostering research, development, and education in robotics.

The Clear Water Bay USV will directly support the Institute’s technology research and development efforts, enabling secondary development activities and expanding the horizons of scientific exploration at HKUST.


4. Micro-SWaP Solutions to Advance Autonomy & UAS Integration in Australia

micro-SWaP Solutions for Australian Market to Advance Autonomy & UAS Integration

Sagetech Avionics is leveraging its solutions within the urban air mobility (UAM), advanced air mobility (AAM), and unmanned aerial systems (UAS) industries by working with Australian company Capital Aircraft Services (CAPAIR), aiming to advance autonomy and UAS integration in the Australian market. 

Sagetech provides maximum capability in a micro-SWaP solution. As the reseller for Sagetech Avionics in Australia, CAPAIR will focus on selling Sagetech’s product suite of air safety solutions.


5. Collaboration to Enhance Real-Time Video Processing for Low-Bandwidth Applications

Collaboration to Enhance Real-Time Video Processing for Low-Bandwith Applications

SightLine Applications, a leader in onboard video processing for advanced unmanned camera systems, has partnered with Videosoft Global Ltd., a provider of high-quality, low bandwidth live video streaming solutions across wireless networks. 

SightLine Applications’ users can now benefit from the compatible integration and validated installation of Videosoft’s innovative technology on SightLine’s 4100-OEM hardware platform. Videosoft’s video Gateway, designed for Linux-based systems, ensures compatibility and ease of use across a wide range of platforms.


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