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ScanEagle goes to sea

By Sub-Lieutenant Emily Todd When HMCS Charlottetown deployed to the Mediterranean Sea for Operation ACTIVE ENDEAVOUR, she took with her a potent surveillance and reconnaissance capability that is new to Canadian warships: the...

Manned X37B version suggested at Space 2011

  Many conspiracy theorists  already believe this can happen. London, Oct 11  A Boeing chief has suggested that the company's mysterious unmanned space-plane, called X-37B, developed for the US Air Force, could...

Boeing iPhone app flies drone 3000 miles away

Students at MIT’s Humans and Automation Lab and researchers at Boeing Research & Technology, Boeing’s advanced, central R&D unit, are working to prove that a smart phone can be...

Team uses ScanEagle and Puma UAVs in multiservice exercise

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Aug. 16, 2011 -- Boeing today announced it has successfully demonstrated the company's newest narrowband communications relay aboard two unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) -- an Insitu ScanEagle and...

New Phantom Works paint job for Phantom Eye

By Chris Haddox When Boeing’s hydrogen-powered unmanned airborne system (UAS) Phantom Eye takes to the skies for its first flight later this summer, it will be the first Boeing program...

Phantom Ray Flies

Boeing’s Phantom Ray unmanned aircraft completed its first flight April 27 at NASA’s Dryden Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., Boeing announced Tuesday. “Autonomous, fighter-sized unmanned aircraft are...

Boeing’s Phantom Eye Aircraft Arrives at Dryden

The Boeing Company’s unmanned hydrogen-powered Phantom Eye high-altitude, long-endurance demonstrator aircraft has arrived at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center for assembly and preparations for flight tests. NASA Dryden is hosting...

Boeing aims to speak a common language.

Boeing is developing a common control system  for its growing fleet of unmanned aerial systems By Marguerite Norgren Against a backdrop of sandy, scrub desert punctuated here and there by jagged mountaintops,...

Boeing to adapt A160T Hummingbird unmanned helicopter to carry optical persistent...

ARLINGTON, Va., 8 Dec. 2010. Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) engineers at the Boeing Phantom Works Advanced Unmanned Systems-Concept Exploration segment in Irvine, Calif., will adapt the company's A160T Hummingbird unmanned...

Boeing starts to deliver Brigade Combat Team Modernization (BCTM)

Boeing today announced that it began delivering Brigade Combat Team Modernization (BCTM) Increment 1 hardware to the U.S. Army on Nov. 17, and made a second delivery on Nov....