Detecting the Undetectable: Hyperspectral Sensors Meet Critical Military and Civilian Needs

The U.S. Air Force has contracted Raytheon to produce the first airborne tactical hyperspectral sensor system. Known by the acronym ACES HY, it will...

Datron Scout – Empire Challenge 2011 Success

Datron Scout Showcased “Hover and Grab” Landing, 10X Optical Zoom Camera, and 2.4 kilometer (1.5 mile) Mission Reach in a Harsh Environment San Diego, CA...

Selex Galileo upgrade Falco

Named  Evolution, the extended-wing version will improve endurance, payload and altitude parameters, according to Selex Galileo CEO Fabrizio Giualianini. The UAS wingspan would increase from...

Lynn: Spending Slowdown Must Preserve Industrial Base

By John D. Banusiewicz American Forces Press Service PARIS, June 19, 2011 – As defense spending slows in the face of a financial crisis, preserving the...

Soft spoken Texan brings 17 years of experience to young UAV squadron

6/19/2011  By Cpl. Samantha H. Arrington  , 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (Fwd) CAMP DWYER, Afghanistan  — Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3, established in 2008, is...

Money could be saved by Army Grey Eagle program.

{EAV_BLOG_VER:836cc9d6d7b8e0b4} There is no rivalry honest,  the Air Force Times reports on cost cutting measures that the Army might undertake. No doubt the two sides...

Desert Hawk in Afghanistan

The Desert Hawk is a small Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) equipped with three video cameras. Controlled from the safety of a base up to...

Aberporth UAS Danger Areas win CAA Approval.

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has approved a request from the Welsh Government to establish additional segregated airspace in the vicinity of West...

Zephyr: the new standard for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Zephyr is a high altitude long endurance (HALE) unmanned air vehicle (UAV) that can support payloads for surveillance or communications. It therefore provides a...

Innocon signs contract for the supply of 50 MicroFalcon Systems to an Asian Country

Innocon signs  contract for the supply of 50 MicroFalcon systems to an Asian country. Michael Armon, Innocon's CEO, says: "We are happy to announce the signature...