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Made in Canada BVLOS UAS Student Contest

By admin In UAV News

10

Sep
2018

Made in Canada — Simulated BVLOS UAS Student Contest

That can be ldquo a &;created in Canada” Simulated BVLOS UAS Student Competition.   The competition’s goal is to encourage and develop expertise and experience in unmanned systems engineering at the college and university degrees. Unmanned aerial vehicles that are Little are all complex methods requiring usable that is rehearsed strategy and a design. Safety concerns are important factors in this rivalry as in any automobile design project.

Solar energy is the source of fresh energy, and it is predicted that its power growth is likely to be greater than every other renewable energy from 2022. In Canada cells have been used as standalone units trapping remote homes, navigational devices, pipeline monitoring systems and telecommunication equipment.

Although it is recommended that more inspections have been completed to maintain the farm and decrease possible power loss, solar farms are required by law to be scanned annually to scrutinize their efficiency. On account of the size of those solar farms, which may range between 1 to 100 acres or more, UAS have been set up to present greater and accurate imagery precision than possible with inspectors.

A UAS with an infrared camera could recognize a mobile or diode since it reveals every time a mobile isn’t producing electricity. Panels may also fail for reasons aside from faulty cells. For example, dirt may build on the panel’s top layer, inclement weather may damage the tissues, and even debris may cause micro-scratches around the surface which flaws sunlight.

This rivalry will focus on the evolution of a machine capable of providing advice concerning the damage inflicted on the prioritization of repair, in addition to a plantation after a windstorm.

The competition takes place in two phases with the Stage I design record from every team because of January 13th 2019, and the Stage II operational demonstration occurring May 3-5th 2019 at Alma UAS Center of Excellence, Quebec. Teams will be rated on completeness and the quality of the design reports and the results of the flight demonstrations. There’ll be separate prizes for every phase.

Qualification

The opponents shall be groups in the Canadian university or college organized internally at their various members’ discretion.

Registration and application

Teams should send an email demonstrating their interest [email protected] and complete the online registration procedure in unmannedsystems.ca for example paying the team registration fee of 500$. Fully enrolled, teams are going to have access.
All appropriate competition information will be found on unmannedsystems.ca. Check the competition site regularly for updates. Registered groups have access to documents in a folder and more information. All questions should be addressed : [email protected]

(Note: Important Competition Info only available after complete registration)

Flight Demonstration: May 3-5th 2019 at Alma UAS Center of Excellence, Quebec.

Charles Vidal

Released at Mon, 10 Sep 2018 06:01:17 +0000

100Skyborne Technology, Inc., announces the introduction of the newest U.S. Manufacturing Facility and the unveiling of its Airship and Drone technology

Skyborne Technology, Inc., a designer and developer of manned and unmanned next generation aviation programs has opened its new manufacturing center in Gulf County, FL.  The company chose the area specifically to have accessibility to hire manned and unmanned aircraft pilots, skilled manufacturing labour such as composites, aircraft aluminum and higher bullet proof fabrics. As part of opening of this new manufacturing center, Skyborne Technology will unveil their own Airship and Drone technology to start analyzing their aviation products for target markets like Agriculture Assessment, Communications, Education, Defense, Border Security, Health, Natural Disasters, Policing and Traffic Control.

Commenting on the announcement:

Warren Yeager, Director of the Gulf County EDC says, “Gulf County was working together with all parties within this project for a matter of months. We are very eager to land a project of the magnitude that will diversify our neighborhood market and matches the kind of business that we are currently trying to entice. ”

“Skyborne Technology is pleased to have the opportunity to invest in this community to supply jobs for future growth. Skyborne’s technology will execute opportunities for educational and job training programs for Gulf County and the State of Florida as a growing multinational firm. Skyborne intends to introduce its Airship and Drone technology at a press conference scheduled on September 13, 2018 in 2:00PM CST at the Gulf County Industrial Park on Highway 71. ”

“It’s our joy to eventually become part of the community of WewahitchkaPort St. Joe and Gulf County, Florida,” stated Deborah Cheek, Senior Vice President of Public Relations, “as we intend to create around 100 jobs to support our manufacturing and flight training to our unique aircraft merchandise to help resolve domestic and global objectives. ”

About Gulf County:

Gulf County, FL is a location where both families and businesses thrive. Innovative businesses exploring new frontiers and are rethinking their strategies. Based on the assets in our community, Gulf County is positioned to respond to these requirements and help businesses and industries protected solid market positions for potential expansion.

Around Skyborne Technology:

Skyborne Technology, FL is a next-generation manufacturer and developer of manned, unmanned aircraft and sea programs globally with offices in Central AmericaSouth America along with the United States.

https://www.skybornetechnology.com/

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