The Case for Low Power ADS-B for Drones

Christian Ramsey of uAvionix shares thoughts on the use of low-power ADS-B to improve safety and protect the integrity of the National Airspace System.

January 28th, 2017|Blog|

GPS World: Drone developments: Avionics, Fuel cells and Swarms

uAvionix in California focuses on equipping aircraft, offering transponders and sensors for integration into UAS and for manned aircraft. Their latest ADS-B offering is a small, lightweight, low-power transponder for unmanned aircraft. uAvionix recently achieved U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval for this unit. The ping200S is designed to meet the requirements of TSO-C199 as a Class A Traffic Awareness Beacon System (TABS).

January 19th, 2017|News|

Will ADS-B transponders herald the next era for drones?

The skies of the future are going to be busy – with a mixture of manned and unmanned vehicles sharing increasingly crowded skies. Whether it’s Amazon Prime Air, ZipLine, or a professional cinematographer with a DJI drone high in the sky, there are going to be more things flying in this “integrated” airspace than ever before.

December 31st, 2016|News|