AUVSI Conference 2013 Recap!

THE ANNUAL AUVSI EDITION – 2013 EDITION The Future is bright in the world of UAS. Movement forward continues and industry is ready to produce the necessary technological steps in order to dive head long into the future of civilian, commercial, military, and paramilitary applications for unmanned systems. How do I know this? Why am[…]

…And so it Begins… Sorta

That’s right.   It happened. It’s the beginning of the end! The very first UAS commercial type certificates have been granted by the Federal Aviation Administration! Now, commercial flights will be everywhere, all the time. No one is safe! The metallic birds, with their electronic chirps and flashing lights will pollute the skies near you –[…]

The Scan Eagle & Why It Matters for Safety Management Systems

The ScanEagle & What it Means for Safety Management Systems The Insitu Scan Eagle –flagship UAV for the Boeing corporation – has logged over 712,000 flight hours and conducted over 76,000 sorties in military operations. It is the standard bearer for UAS in militarized zones and is quickly becoming a popular option internationally. Why does[…]

Quads on Ted

If you ever wondered how a quadcopter operates by utilizing control algorithms as a feedback response for stabilization and maneuvering – this video does a wonderful job I highly recommend watching this video for understanding the balance, interaction, and possible future development of quadcopters and other self-driven electromechanics. Enjoy!