AirborneUTM will enable, optimize and operate autonomous flight plans
FAIRFAX, VA., USA – 26 February 2018 – TEOCO, the leading provider of analytics, assurance and optimization solutions to over 300 communicaton service providers (CSPs) and OEMs worldwide, has launched AirborneUTM, a Service Enablement Platform for unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs). Designed to support the next generation of IoT Services delivered via drones, the platform combines Airspace, Radio-Signal-Space (3D radio coverage), environmental data (wind and weather), as well as cost and regulatory information to enable, optimize and operate autonomous flight plans and missions. Continue reading
By Michelle Dina | Feb 15, 2018 12:22:01 PM | Wyvern News
Yardley, PA: Wyvern, the global leader in manned and unmanned safety, quality and risk management for aviation is pleased to announce the launch of its proprietary Safety Leader Training Course™, to be offered on a monthly cadence starting in March, 2018.
The 4-day Safety Leader Training Course™ is the best approach to gain the essential skills and knowledge needed to effectively lead a Safety Management System in any aviation organization. The NBAA-approved course provides the education and training that enables each professional to skillfully lead the pursuit of operational excellence. Students learn progressive techniques applied by top safety professionals around the world and follows the guidance from ICAO, Safety Management International Collaboration Group (SMICG), various national aviation authorities, and respected professional industry organizations.
“We are very pleased to be offering this course under the Wyvern brand, as it is a natural extension of Wyvern’s role as thought leader in safety and quality management,” said Sonnie Bates, CEO of Wyvern. “Our ability to deliver new skills and disciplines to safety leaders, who then share their learnings across their respective organizations, is a true force multiplier when it comes to enhancing safety and quality across the industry.”
Wyvern’s Safety Leader Training Course™ is approved by the NBAA and completion of the course earns the student credits toward the Certified Aviation Manager designation from NBAA. Wyvern’s instructors are certified and accredited by IBAC, NBAA and ICAO and are typically quality and safety leaders across the industry.
Learn More at https://www.wyvernltd.com/safety-leader-training-course
Wyvern is the leader in manned and unmanned aviation risk management, safety, quality and training. Building on its 26-year reputation for delivering excellence and value in risk management to the aviation community through its flagship Wingman Program, Wyvern has expanded its offerings to include the rapidly developing UAS industry. Its EXACT Program is the first comprehensive safety, quality and risk management and professional certification program for end users and operators of drones.
MicroPilot, now supports transitioning drones, offering drone manufacturer professional-grade,
high-reliability options for their UAV needs.
Dronefly.com has released its third infographic on drone use applications. This time they discuss one of the largest addressable commercial market segment: agriculture.
Below they have outlined the four main use cases that the infographic goes into detail about:
1. Multispectral imaging sensors mounted to drones are changing the game for the agriculture industry. In the past, these sensors were much larger and would be typically outfitted on a manned aircraft, which would then be flown over the crop field area. This method was extremely expensive and could only be done a few times a year. Today, with drones and compact sensors, farmers can pilot the drones themselves and scan their crop area as frequently as they want to, all at a fraction of the cost. With increased field scanning to evaluate crop health, better, more informed decisions can be made.
2. Drones can create detailed GPS maps of a crop field area with their on-board cameras. From these aerial images, orthomosaic maps (smaller pictures stitched together to form one large picture) can be created, giving farmers a new perspective of their land. This allows farmers to better plan where crops are being planted to maximize land, water, and fertilizer usage.
3. Heavy lift drones can carry large liquid payloads with the ability to spray crop fields with the necessary fertilizer and pesticides. These flying crop dusting platforms are a fraction of the cost compared to manned aircraft and can be deployed autonomously.
4. Drones equipped with thermal imaging cameras provide farmers a new way to monitor livestock. This technology is especially useful when checking in on the herd to see if there are any injured, missing, or birthing animals. This setup also provides increased security to farmers as it gives them a new tool to monitor their property remotely.
Drones are the future of farming and as machine learning and drone efficiency improves, we will see drones continue to be integrated into the agricultural farming sector. Dronefly.com will be here to facilitate and educate the public on just how beneficial drones are to the agricultural market.
For more information about Dronefly’s Agricultural Drone Infographic, visit: https://www.dronefly.com/pages/drones-in-the-field-infographic-agriculture-drones
Dronefly, a division of Neat Brands LLC, is a leading distributor in commercial drones providing sales, support, and repair services. At Dronefly, our focus is to provide a solution that combines drone and camera technology to create a unique industry solution for our clients. Dronefly is a leading authorized enterprise dealer for DJI drones and FLIR thermal cameras. For more information visit: http://www.neatbrandscorp.com/
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