Could a contact lens-sized microchip, a flash drive-sized receiver and a mobile application provide the solution for remote identification of unknown drones?
The M200 series features a built-in ADS-B receiver, enhancing airspace safety by automatically providing the operator with real-time information about the position, altitude, and velocity of nearby manned aircraft equipped with ADS-B transmitters.
DJI, the world’s leading maker of unmanned aerial vehicles, and uAvionix, manufacturer of drone and aircraft collision avoidance technology, announced they will collaborate on an ADS-B based collision avoidance to help integrate drones into the national airspace system and help keep America’s skies safe.
uAvionix announces the first TSO Certified GPS receiver with integrated antenna.
Performance Based Navigation (PBN) can help the UAS industry both measure and qualify the navigation capabilities of unmanned vehicles as we move towards operations over people, beyond line of sight and closer to the integration of our airspace.
uAvionix Corporation, a leading Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) avionics provider, announced the development and test of its smallest ADS-B transceiver yet. Weighing less than 1 gram, a dime sized ADS-B prototype module for drones with transmission power between 0.01-0.25 Watts
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.
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).
uAvionix Corporation, a leading UAS avionics provider, announced the Ping200S Mode S Transponder with Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) has received FCC approval.
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.