HAZON Solutions, a drone inspection services company, announced the launch of the latest version of the HAZON Drone Management System (HAZON DMS). Only four weeks after the initial release, HAZON has added two new features, Lessons Learned and Incident Reporting, further promoting safety and FAA compliance for drone operations. Continue reading
Lockheed Martin’s Hydra Fusion Tools software now enables UAS to form three dimensional terrain maps as they fly, providing real-time tactical information and mapping data for conflict or otherwise inaccessible areas. Continue reading
DroneDeploy has announced the beta release of its new Fieldscanner product offering real-time drone mapping, just in time for the spring growing season. With Fieldscanner, available as part of DroneDeploy’s iOS app, farmers can use any DJI drone to create a map of their fields as the drone flies so that they can view insights before it lands.
SimActive Inc. has announced that Trumbull Unmanned is using Correlator3D as part of their emergency response services. This includes rapid mapping of oil spills and pipeline inspections for large surveys. Continue reading
Industrial Skyworks has announced the official launch of Blue VU advanced software for the accurate and efficient inspection of buildings, and oil and gas infrastructure. Industrial Skyworks’ new Blue VU software will relieve inspectors, engineers and technicians from sifting through thousands of images while providing safe visual access to hard to reach locations, such as the roofs of buildings, flare stacks, and storage tanks.
The U.S. Navy’s MQ-4C Triton, built by Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC), completed formal lab testing and a successful first flight of an improved software suite that enhances the autonomous unmanned system’s operational capabilities and enables Early Operational Capability (EOC) deployment in early 2018. Continue reading
DroneDeploy revealed its third Commercial Drone Industry Trends Report, representing analysis of more than 10 million acres mapped by drone users in more than 160 countries across all seven continents. The original report, released a year ago, provided the first insight into global trends in commercial drone use based on real-world mapping data. Continue reading