Tagged: Delivery

Acecore Technologies deliver aircraft parts at Schiphol Airport

Dutch drone manufacturer, Acecore Technologies, was invited to demonstrate their drone delivery solution at the Netherlands’ largest airport, Schiphol Amsterdam. The Dutch ASNP (LVNL) saw the opportunity to test several innovative drone applications after the air traffic was greatly reduced as a result of the ongoing CoVID-19 crisis. Drone delivery

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FLIR Gets $10M US Marines R80D SkyRaider Contract

FLIR Systems, Inc. announced it has been awarded a $10 million contract to deliver dozens of its SkyRaider Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to the United States (U.S.) Marine Corps. Developed for U.S. defense and federal government customers, the FLIR R80D SkyRaider is the company’s most advanced military UAS. The aircraft’s

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Sugu Drones select ‘best-in-class’ Altitude Angel to deliver UTM services in Canada

London, UK: Altitude Angel, the world’s leading UTM (Unmanned Traffic Management) technology provider, today announced it is to provide UTM services to Canada’s leading drone flight operations and training institute, Sugu Drones. Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM airspace management platform will be used to power Sugu Drones with accurate, real-time and relevant

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Philippines Expect Delivery of Final Six Hermes 900

The Philippine Air Force (PAF) revealed in its latest ‘Lead One Today’ quarterly e-newsletter that it is expecting delivery this year of the final six of nine Hermes 900 medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) it ordered from Israel’s Elbit Systems to enhance its intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR]

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Six Firms Share $975M SOCOM UAS ISR Contract

U.S. Special Operations Command has awarded six companies positions on a potential $975M indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services with mid-endurance unmanned aircraft systems. Contractors will compete for task orders to support special operations forces in airborne ISR missions through the multiple-award MEUAS IV contract, the Department

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Russia Delivers Anti-Drone Systems to Central Asia

Avtomatika Group (part of Russia’s state hi-tech corporation Rostec) has started the deliveries of anti-drone systems to Central Asia, the company’s press office told TASS. Avtomatika Group is also holding negotiations with five more countries on the deliveries of anti-drone systems. The prospective buyers include India and the states in

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Involi – Software Developer

We are looking for a software engineer with focus back-end to help us to design, develop and deliver the platform, participating in the scalable development of the solution. Requirements EPF or HES Engineer in Software Engineering (or equivalent level)Web development (HTML5, Javascript)Knowledge of database systems (MongoDB plus)Experience in Linux operating

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Vodafone Idea Enters India’s Drone Delivery Ecosystem

Vodafone Idea is set to enter India’s drone ecosystem by partnering with Zomato in the upcoming “beyond visual line of sight” (BVLOS) drone experiments being organised by India’s civil aviation regulator. BVLOS drone operations allow remote piloting of drones, and do not need to be manoeuvred by keeping the drone

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Acecore Tests Drone Delivery of Airplane Parts at Schiphol Airport

Dutch drone manufacturer, Acecore Technologies, was invited to demonstrate their drone delivery solution at the Netherlands’ largest airport, Schiphol Amsterdam. The Dutch ASNP (LVNL) saw the opportunity to test several innovative drone applications after the air traffic was greatly reduced as a result of the ongoing health crisis. Drone delivery

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Drone-Delivered Soap Bubbles Help Pollinate Flowers

As pollinators, bees are hard to beat. Still, that hasn’t prevented researchers from working on a high-tech alternative: drones that blow soap bubbles to transport pollen to a flower. It’s a “really cool” approach, says Henry Williams, a roboticist at the University of Auckland, who was not involved in the

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STM to Deliver 500 Kamikaze Kargu Drones for Turkey

Turkish defense contractor STM Defense Technologies Engineering, which offers Kamikaze drones for use by security forces, continues its efforts for more advanced products and exports at the Ostim Technopark facilities in Turkey’s capital Ankara. A team of engineers at the compound works mainly on tactical and autonomous systems, mainly for

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Buffalo Wild Wings to Test Drone Delivery in Alabama

A Mobile, Alabama franchisee of a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant wants to deliver food to nearby customers’ doors by drone. To test the service, Brian Jordan of Potters Wings Mobile partnered with Deuce Drone. The two companies plan to begin local food deliveries by drone in late August. “Partnering with

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Ascent Vision Gets $16M in DoD Contracts for Imaging Systems

Ascent Vision Technologies (AVT) has been awarded over $16 million in contracts by a non-disclosed US DoD customer to deliver its innovative, ground-based imaging systems. The contracts were received over the last 60 days and include numerous units of the CM262 four sensor configuration imaging system and several units of

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Wilhelmsen and F-drones to Deliver 3D Printed Spare Parts in Singapore

Wilhelmsen‘s Marine Products division has signed an MOU with Singapore-based drone delivery provider F-drones, for last mile delivery of its 3D printed spare parts. As the only drone delivery provider currently authorized by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) to execute drone deliveries Beyond-Visual-Line-of-Sight (BVLOS) to vessels at anchorage,

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Animal Dynamics Systems Engineer

As a Systems Engineer you will provide high impact Model-based Systems Engineering solutions to our project and research and development teams, following systems engineering best practice throughout our engineering and Research and development life cycles. From corroborating stakeholder needs to delivering safe, certified, fit-for-purpose products and supporting end users throughout

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Wing Now Dropping Library Books to Kids

 Kelly Passek has thought up a way to get kids to read this summer: deliver library books by drone. Passek, a middle-school librarian, was one of the first customers of a drone delivery service launched in Christiansburg, Va., last year by Wing, a company owned by Google parent Alphabet.

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Aerial logistics network for same-day e-commerce

Airflow is building an aerial logistics network to move short-haul cargo quickly and cost effectively over traffic by utilizing the unused airspace around cities. Logistics and e-commerce companies using Airflow can: Expand time-sensitive services to more areas Offer more SKUs for same-day delivery because goods can be moved into cities

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AeroVironment Gets NATO $80M Potential Contract

AeroVironment, Inc. announced its receipt of two firm-fixed-price orders totalling $9,804,448 from the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA). The orders, received on March 5, 2020 and April 16, 2020, encompass the procurement of Raven and Puma 3 AE tactical UAS and spares. Delivery for the first order is

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Altitude Angel and Inmarsat to Develop a ‘Pop-Up UTM’

Altitude Angel, a global UTM (Unmanned Traffic Management) technology provider, and Inmarsat, the world leader in global mobile satellite communications, announced a collaboration to develop and deliver advanced flight tracking and management capability for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). The two companies will build on Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM platform to jointly

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Altitude Angel and Inmarsat, pop-up UTM

London, UK, Altitude Angel, the world’s leading UTM (Unmanned Traffic Management) technology provider, and Inmarsat, the world leader in global mobile satellite communications, today announced a collaboration to develop and deliver advanced flight tracking and management capability for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones. The two companies will

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Medical Delivery Drones Tested in Munich

Last week Quantum-Systems GmbH and laboratory Becker & Kollegen tested the transport of samples, by drone, from the mobile corona test station on the Theresienwiese to the Munich laboratory. Timely results may have major influence on chain of infection Urgent samples must be delivered to the laboratory as quickly as

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Thermoplastic Components Flight Tested on Bell V-280 Valor

GKN Aerospace delivered a pair of thermoplastic composite, induction-welded Ruddervators and two compression-moulded Access Panels manufactured from reused thermoplastic waste material to Bell in June 2019. The newly installed components have now flown more than 12 hours on V-280 test flights, including during the recently completed autonomous flight testing. The

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skyguide launches U-Space Apps for drones – apps enable automated flight plan submission and deliver up-to-date flight information

skyguide, the Swiss Air Navigation Service Provider, launches today its U-Space Apps for drones. These two new apps (mobile and web based) allow drone operators to efficiently plan and operate a flight including the airspace subject to air traffic control. Drone operators will be able to know whether a skyguide

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Gas Stations Start Drone Delivery Services in Korea

GS Caltex said that it has launched drone delivery services at its gas stations on Jeju Island, utilizing them as logistics hubs. According to the South Korean oil refiner, drones will deliver daily necessities to customers living in rural areas after they place orders through the app of its convenience

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Drone Delivery to be Available for Remote Areas in Korea

Development of logistics drone to deliver packages from Incheon Port to islands, expected to be commercialized in 2021 A service that delivers packages to islands and mountainous regions using drones is now becoming a reality. Package delivery from Incheon to nearby islands is currently conducted using 10 passenger ship routes.

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