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S Korea develops autonomous UAV navigation technology

Agency for Defense Development (ADD) controlled by the Defense Ministry, South Korea, through a four-year project, has developed an autonomous navigation technology for drones. The technology allows UAVs to autonomously set an optimized and safe path to their destination. It uses a sensor to collect external information and automatically generates an algorithm for navigation.

Tailor-made flight control solution for VTOL platforms

In recent years, the UAV / RPA industry has seen an increasing amount of interest in using VTOL platforms, a hybrid between fixed-wing and rotarywing platforms, due to the versatility they offer to the operators. In order to bring this new flight control solution to reality, both development teams in fixed wing and rotary wing have worked together to create the most advanced VTOL solution on the market. Technological capabilities already existing in other solutions such as referenced navigation or the development of missions in environments without GNSS signal and under threat of jamming attack have been incorporated in an organic way to facilitate a complete and reliable system.

HCSS introduces new version of Aerial

HCSS recently introduced a new version of HCSS Aerial, a drone-based data analytics platform. This upgrade is the sixth major release of the software since the product was launched in March 2020 and incorporated direct customer feedback. This new version of HCSS Aerial contains design visualization and digital inspection enhancements.

uAvionix adds ping200XR with Integrated GPS

uAvionix has added a new low-SWaP transponder to the line-up of UAS communications, navigation, and surveillance (CNS) solutions. The ping200XR integrates the full capability of the ping200X TSO Certified Mode S ADS-B OUT transponder with the high integrity truFYX TSO certified GPS position source into a single, easy-to-install enclosure.

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