Aerial Farm Aid

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) may be flying over America's heartland soon to help farmers increase production, improve protection and better manage their crops through...

ScanEagle, Procerus Unicorn communicate over search area

WASHINGTON, Aug. 18, 2011 -- Boeing  announced the successful autonomous communications and operation of dissimilar unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in flight tests over the rugged...

Fuel Cell long endurance platform for EnergyOR unveiled by Robota

On first test flight, UAV flies for 10 hours powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, setting new benchmarks for small renewable energy unmanned aircraft. Aug 12, 2011...

Rockwell Collins Micro INS guides Flexrotor UAS first flight

WASHINGTON(Aug. 17, 2011)– Rockwell Collins today announced its Athena®Micro INS inertial navigation system and global positioning system (INS/GPS) guided the first flight of Aerovel’s...

Northrop Grumman Fire Scout Completes Successful At-Sea Deployment

SAN DIEGO, Aug 17, 2011  The Northrop Grumman Corporation -built MQ-8B Fire Scout Vertical Takeoff Unmanned Aerial Vehicle was credited with providing critical intelligence, surveillance...

Lockheed Martin Introduces Ruggedized Extreme Endurance UAS

Lockheed Martin has developed a ruggedized version of its Stalker Unmanned Air System (UAS), called the Stalker eXtreme Endurance (XE) UAS. The Stalker XE system...

Argus One Testing to Begin August 23, 2011

World Surveillance Group Inc, a developer of lighter-than-air unmanned aerial vehicles ("UAVs") and related technologies, announced today that the Company has confirmed the schedule...

Raytheon Completes Improved Small Tactical Munition Lab Testing

Raytheon has completed laboratory integration and testing of its Small Tactical Munition Phase II configuration, setting the stage for flight tests later this year. STM Phase...

Images of damaged C130 after RQ 7 midair surface from Afghanistan

Update 19/8/11 Fingers being pointed at the C130 crew probably best to wait for the accident report before commenting, it takes two to tango and...

Lockheed Martin Awarded Up To $47 Million to Develop Unmanned Autonomous Technologies

WASHINGTON, August 16th, 2011 -- The U.S. Army awarded Lockheed Martin a $47 million contract to develop, demonstrate and deliver autonomous technologies for unmanned...