This year, Xponential featured sixty-five startup companies from the exploding sUAS industry. Each applicant presented their products and services for consideration. A diverse panel of industry judges then selected sixteen Semi-Finalists, who competed in Tuesday’s knockout round at Xponential. After the Tuesday presentations, the judges selected three companies to continue as Finalists. The [...]
There has been a lot of discussion in the past couple of years about just what the right technology is for tracking the swarms of drones coming our way in the next decade. Because uAvionix is a communications, navigation, and surveillance (CNS) company focused almost solely in the drone industry – we are wrapped right up in the middle of the debate.
uAvionix announces four new all-in-one ADS-B products, reducing weight, installation complexity and improving sUAS airspace cooperation in the National Airspace System.
uAvioinx receiver technology can be found in Dynon's latest ADS-B receiver for their SkyView EFIS. The uAvionix ADS-B receiver provides pilots with a 360-degree view of traffic and weather. The dual-link receiver receives both 978MHz(UAT) and 1090MHz (1090ES).
uAvionix Corporation (uavionix.com), the leading Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) ADS-B avionics solution provider enters the General Aviation market with four new products: EchoUAT, SkyFYX, SkyEcho, and EchoESX.
The collaborative effort, which was the result of comprehensive planning and safety analysis, was a critical first step in the evolution of a process proving that Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and manned helicopters can operate safely in the same airspace.
We've posted our white paper on implementation of a Remote Identification system for UAS. Our solution offers standalone functionality with optional enhanced capabilities when connected to LTE or other cloud data services.
By integrating the PingStation receiver with the IRIS UAS display, the two companies hope to create a portable and inexpensive solution that would dramatically increase the safety of commercial drone flight operations – especially when operating beyond visual line-of-sight.
uAvionix Partners with Robotic Skies for Global Installation and Maintenance Services
Could a contact lens-sized microchip, a flash drive-sized receiver and a mobile application provide the solution for remote identification of unknown drones?