Browse Sites By Tag: arm — Howler drones are anti-drone suicide drones. They track enemy unmanned aerial systems with their onboard radar and then feed the targeting information to other weapons systems or just crash themselves into the threat and detonate their warhead. The $15,000-aerial vehicles are tube-launched and can f…
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Just 21 years old, George Matus launched Teal Drones, has raised over $20 million and just announced a new U.S. Army contract for a battlefield-ready reconnaissance craft that could help save lives. 
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Jeremy Cutler is the owner of Treasure Valley based company Skeye, an aerial imagery company that is looking to put an "eye in the sky" to help crops on the ground here in Idaho.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Parrot selected by U.S. Department of Defense to take part in the development of the next-generation of Short Range Reconnaissance drone for the U.S. Army.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Drones can change how farmers detect disease, look for pests and manage water and fertilizer – ultimately allowing them to save money.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — A prototype of a new high-energy laser platform was revealed at the Army’s Space & Missile Defense Center in Alabama last month, giving a glimpse of the future. The Stryker-mounted Mobile Experimental High Energy Laser (MEHEL) will be able to shoot down drones and other aerial threats with it’s …
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Wind and hail took a big yield bite out of one of Mason Lantrip’s cornfields last summer. When the insurance adjuster showed up to verify the claim the two men enlisted help to assess the damage in the tall, tasseled corn, from Lantrip’s unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV or drone).
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Ever since his senior year of high school in Sugar Land, Marwan Madi saw the potential for “precision agriculture” using drones that can detect the health or stress of vegetation.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — The drone can fly for nearly half an hour and it can range for more than a kilometer.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — It wasn’t just the big tractors and planters on display at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville. Drone technology is becoming more and more prevalent on the farm as data becomes such a valuable tool. Jeff Dickens is with AeroVironment, a drone company offering not only the equipment but th…
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