August 30, 2019
UAS in the News
Drone detection and tracking with counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS) capability
Naval Surface Warfare Center - Crane Division
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Navy scientist recently invented a system for drone detection, tracking, and controlling.
The technology has the ability to not only receive signals but also transmit signals. For C-UAS missions the system can transmit signals to jam the command and control (C2), telemetry, video, and GPS of the UAS. The system can also send legitimate but spoofed signals to deceive.
The patented technology is available via patent license agreement to companies that would make, use, or sell it commercially.
Contact: Sean Patten, CLP
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UAS summit features North Dakota technology
Grand Forks (ND) Herald
General Atomics, a tenant of the Grand Sky UAS Research and Development Park, has received a certificate of authorization to conduct beyond-visual-line-of-sight flights within 60 miles of the Grand Forks Air Force Base without a visual observer or a chase plane. The announcement was made on Tuesday, Aug. 27, by Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., during a panel discussion at the Unmanned Aerial Systems Summit and Expo held at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks.
Bell Flies Autonomous Pod Transport Drone
Bell's Autonomous Pod Transport (APT) 70 unmanned aircraft system (UAS/drone) successfully completed its first autonomous flight on Monday at the company's testing site near Fort Worth, Texas.
Teleoperated Drones Help Police Tailor Responses
Inside Unmanned Systems
The Chula Vista Police Department is testing centrally dispatched, remotely piloted drones as a tool to expand and better prioritize responses to calls.
Putting Drones to Work for the Public
Inside Unmanned Systems
UAS are becoming a common tool in emergency services, with more agencies using the technology to increase efficiencies and help keep both personnel and the public safe.
Impossible Aerospace's US-1 crosses northern Nevada desert without recharging
Impossible Aerospace has announced that its US-1 "flying battery" quadcopter is the first aircraft of its kind to cross the northern Nevada desert without recharging.
Drones increasingly used in Africa to save people's lives, deliver blood samples to labs
From saving lives in Malawi to sport fishing in South Africa, drones are shaping a new future for the African continent.
FAA Approves Flytrex Drone Food Delivery Route Passing Over Major Highway in Holly Springs, N.C.
Israeli-based drone delivery company Flytrex will begin making food deliveries in Holly Springs, North Carolina next month.
DOD plans 'trusted capital' program to match small UAS makers with investors
The U.S. Department of Defense will roll out a "trusted capital" program this fall aimed at bolstering the domestic industrial base for small unmanned aircraft, said Ellen Lord, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and sustainment.
Four steps to extend drone use in research
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High-tech pollination program begins work in ND sunflower fields
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Oneida Indian Nation using drones to protect land
Utica (NY) Observer Dispatch
The Oneida Indian Nation recently announced that it has formed a partnership with the Syracuse-based nonprofit NUAIR (Northeast Unmanned aircraft systems Airspace Integration Research) to use drones to monitor, observe, manage and protect its lands and other environmental resources.
Virginia Earns #1 Ranking among States for Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Roanoke (VA) Star
Virginia has earned a #1 ranking for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in a recent report by Business Facilities magazine. The 15th annual report, which forecasts future climates for business development and economic opportunity, said that Virginia was the first choice for UAS systems business climate.
NASA drone testing in Corpus Christi is in its final stages
Corpus Christi Caller Times
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Researchers crashed drones into test dummies, and here's what they found
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