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Special Edition of The Business Journals NEXTGEN II

May 25, 2017

Central New York and the Mohawk Valley hold great potential for the emerging drone industry through a collaborate effort to seize business opportunities and advance the future of aviation in...

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UPCOMING | NASA UAS Technology Capability Level 2 Demo & Test

May 25, 2017

ROME, NY (5/23/17) - Pilots from the NUAIR Alliance test unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in preparation for an upcoming Technology Capability Level (TCL) flight test demonstration in conjunction with NASA...

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Unifly to Provide a UTM System to the US Drone Aerospace

May 25, 2017

As a partner in the NUAIR alliance, the New York based coalition of over 100 companies who collaborate in UAS test ranges along the East Coast, Unifly thinks expanding its...

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Drone Advocates Push for Automated Package Delivery

May 24, 2017

Companies are preparing to deliver packages to customers by drone or robot, industry representatives told a congressional subcommittee.

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How to Track Drone Traffic? NASA Uses This Mobile Command Center

May 16, 2017

One of the companies working on building the technology needed for this project is Gryphon Sensors, which demonstrated their Mobile Skylight sensor suite at Xponential.

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Flying Drones Beyond Line of Sight: How Can We Get There?

May 10, 2017

Drone operations taking place beyond the visual line of sight (BVLOS), though necessary in a number of commercial industries seeking to use unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) technology to its full...

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Gryphon Sensors Introduces First Operational Mobile UTM System

May 10, 2017

Mobile Skylight combines multiple technologies, including an array of self-contained sensors, to serve as a complete mobile command center.