UNLV targets creation of drones technology minor

By YESENIA AMARO LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL Creech Air Force Base drone crews operate unmanned aircraft in war zones from their Indian Springs location. The U.S. Geological Survey...

New Pix4DPartner‐ and Sponsorships

While Pix4D’s currentDesktop software Pix4uav isthe perfectsolution to convertUAV imagery into geo‐referenced 2Dmosaics and 3Dmodels, Pix4D’s goal isto keep on innovating and developing technology that can...

Trimble’s new UAS targets big survey, geospatial projects

Holding thumbs that the FAA will come through for them in 2015, Trimble unveils its latest wing. Sunnyvale, Calif.-based, publicly traded (Nasdaq: TRMB) Trimble, with...

Monitoring Czech Floodings with a UAV

The village Hřensko is located between the rocks and was only accessible by water or by air. Using the UAV made it possible to carry out...

Collaborative multirotors for search and rescue.

Its not often a  project excites me from the multirotor world. This one does.  Work being undertaken at the Lakeside Labs Austria has great...

Leica takes next step in UAS strategy: 3D inspection and mapping

Leica Geosystems Inc., the world‘s leading manufacturer of airborne mapping systems, said Thursday it signed a deal with German unmanned aerial systems (UAS) manufacturer...

Data Collection with UAS: Flying into civil space

Dr Peter Cosyn UAVs (Unmanned Aircraft/Aerial Vehicles), or as most civil aviation authorities now call them, UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems), are attracting a lot of...

Accuas Offers New Unmanned Aerial Surveys (UAS) Joint Operations Services

Accuas has developed innovative, market leading service offerings in response to the changing needs and increasing demand for UAS™ services for the surveying, geomatics,...

MAVinci Desktop 3.0 – forecast the ground coverage!

Catch a glimpse of the future with the new coverage forcast, even considering the terrain! MAVinci (www.mavinci.de) presents the latest release of MAVinci Desktop. Along...

Geologists in Norway are using drones with cameras to hunt for oil

BY KIM ANDREASSEN Geologists have long used seismology on the bottom of the ocean or have been throwing dynamite from snowmobiles when they look for oil....