NASA and United Technologies Corp.'s Collins Aerospace business are gearing up for the final phase of a joint project to build a data link technology designed to support unmanned aircraft system management operations in national airspace. Collins Aerospace said Thursday it has helped finance command non-payload control waveform development efforts and developed radio prototypes that could operate with CNPC during flight tests as part of a nine-year project.
General Atomics‘ aeronautical systems business and the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology have partnered to develop strategies to integrate remotely piloted aircraft into South Korea’s civil airspace. GA-ASI said Tuesday it seeks to understand the South Korean civil airspace system and its regulatory aspects through collaboration with KAIST’s Civil RPAS Research Center. CR2CENT offers advice […] More
Thales has secured an export contract to deliver an integrated platform for identifying and detecting small civilian unmanned aircraft systems to a Southeast Asian country. The company said Thursday it will integrate a Gecko optronic system, Squire radar technology and thermal cameras in an effort to help the customer detect UAS at various deployable posts. “Thales is excited to embark on this project with […] More