Blue Bear Systems Research. and e-Go aeroplanes have just announced their signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the two companies to work together as partners in the research, testing, support and training for the e-Go platform as an optionally piloted system (OPA), which would be based on the e-Go Single Seat Deregulated (SSDR) aircraft, and […]
Blue Bear Systems and the University of Bristol have introduced a new concept that automates unmanned air vehicle (UAV) flight for use in challenging conditions. Dubbed Smart Boomerang, the system comprises two cameras and a mobile phone-derived computer that enables UAVs to learn a route and be able to automatically retrace its path.
Blue Bear and General Dynamics UK have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to mutually support each other in the promotion of their respective capabilities and products and will exhibit the Redkite UAS on the General Dynamics UK stand at DSEi this week.
Mike Humphreys, Military Account Manager for the UK company Blue Bear, said at a DSTL technology day in London, UK, that although the product was launched during DSEi in September, the system is still being developed and will be ready for purchase when the company is confident in its maturity.
BlueBear Systems in the UK has launched the iSTART – a small, lightweight UAS that can be operated by a single user and is designed for use in military, law enforcement and civilian applications.
Leroy Grumman’s Legacy Lives on at Paine Field in Everett, Washington I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the life of Leroy Grumman than to share a collection of photos and video showing off the three incredible Grumman ‘Cats that call Paine Field in Everett, Washington home. John Sessions’ Historic Flight Foundation operates […]
Avianca is internally developing an autonomous drone to inspect grounded aircraft for damage caused by lightning and bird strikes, the Latin American carrier says.
QinetiQ will provide the UK component of a multinational demonstration of unmanned and autonomous systems under a new contract with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl).