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Thales Leads European Study on Integration of UAS Into General Air Traffic
06/20/10 — Finding from Thales study first step for the integration of unmanned aerial systems into European commercial airspace. Thales announced that it has reached the end of a decisive year-long European technical design study, called SIGAT - (Study on military frequency spectrum allocations for the Insertion into General Air Traffic of UAS). Kicking off in early 2009, SIGAT was aimed at defining and promoting a common European position on the appropriate command and control radio frequencies for future military UAS integration into the General Air Traffic within the framework of the next world Radio Communication Conference (2012). SIGAT identified four possible…

L-3 and University of North Dakota to Form UAS Training Center
06/14/10 — L-3 Link Simulation & Training and University of North Dakota sign a memorandum of understanding to form the first non-military unmanned aerial systems (UAS) training center. L-3 Link Simulation & Training announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly create an Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Training Center with the University of North Dakota (UND) in Grand Forks, N.D. The UAS Training Center, which will be located on UND’s campus and Grand Forks Air Force Base, will be the first non-military educational institution in the U.S. to provide initial qualification and continuation training for operators of the MQ-1…

Boeing Launches Compact 3-D Imaging Camera
03/11/10 — Boeing Directed Energy Systems and Spectrolab develop a small, light 3-D imaging camera with modest power requirements that is well suited for use in unmanned aerial systems. Still imaging is currently supported, but video is coming soon. The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] announced it has begun offering a new, compact,…

Insitu Demonstrates One Launch and Recovery System
12/15/09 — Developer of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) vehicle releases common launch and recovery system suitable for Insitu’s ScanEagle, Integrator and NightEagle platforms. Insitu Inc., a Boeing [NYSE: BA] subsidiary, announced the successful demonstration of its interoperable unmanned aircraft (UA) launch and recovery system. The SkyHook wing-tip recovery system and next generation…

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