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Wildlife Monitoring at FAA UAS Test Site Begins with Aeryon Scout

Waterloo, ON – May 6, 2014 – Aeryon Labs is pleased to announce that the Aeryon Scout™ has been selected as the small Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) to perform the wildlife surveys during the  470 more words

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

The World's smallest and lightest UAV

Delfly developed at the Micro Air Vehicle Lab of the Delft University of Technology is a fully controllable camera equipped flapping wing Ornithopter.

Weighing in just 3.07 grams and with a wingspan of 10 cm, 290 more words

NEWS

Robot dragonfly drone !

 microuav

Published on 15 Dec 2013

The DelFly Explorer is the first flapping wing Micro Air Vehicle that is able to fly with complete autonomy in unknown environments. 92 more words

Science

What is Optical Flow?

Optical flow is the visual motion experienced by an eye or camera due its relative movement in a scene.

When analysing a sequence of images, a velocity vector can be calculated for each pixel in the frame. 264 more words

Oscar's Optical Flow Control

World’s Smallest Drone Autopilot System Goes Open Source.

The Lisa/S chip is 4 square-centimeters — about the same size as a Euro coin. But this 1.9-gram sliver of silicon includes everything you need to… 451 more words

TECHNOLOGY

MAV lab creates world’s smallest autopilot for micro aircraft

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) or drones need some kind of autopilot system regardless of how big or small they are. The autopilot handles such tasks as establishing communication with a ground station and controller, allowing stable flight or hovering states to be maintained, and handling specific maneuvers when required. 310 more words

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AeroVironment. Wasp Micro Air Vehicle (MAV)

The Wasp Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) is a small, portable, reliable, and rugged unmanned aerial platform designed for front-line day/night reconnaissance and surveillance. Wasp is the result of a multi-year joint development effort between… 79 more words

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)