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Airborne 02.21.18: AEA Report, Aerocor Eclipse Program, WWII Airman Recovered
Thu, Feb 22,2018 08:39:47PM EST
Also: Gulfstream To Expand, Med-Trans Partners, FAA SAIB On AT-6, Passenger Gas Curtails Flight The AEA has released its 2017 year-end Avionics Market Report. Total worldwide business and general aviation avionics sales amounted to more than $2.3 billion. The figure represented a 2.9 percent increase in sales over the previous year. The increase reverses two-straight years of declining sales. 42.3 percent came from forward-fit (avionics equipment installed by airframe manufacturers during original production) sales, or more than $984 million. That marked the lowest dollar amount of forward-fit sales recorded in the last five years. Aerocor LLC has introduced a "first of its kind"Certified Pre­Owned Program for the Eclipse 500 and 550. Aircraft selected for Certified Pre­owned status are subjected to a thorough review and will include fresh inspections along with first-year scheduled maintenance and operational support. “We are very excited to bring this unique opportunity to the Eclipse Market,” says company Co-founder Gavin Woodman. An Airman who served with 555th Bombardment Squadron, 386th Bombardment Group, 9th Bomber Command, during World War II was accounted for Jan. 22, 2018. Army Air Forces Staff Sgt. John H. Canty was one of eight crewmembers aboard a B-26 Marauder on a nighttime bombing mission from Easton Lodge-Essex, England, against targets near Caen, France. His B-26 was shot down between the villages of Baron-sur-Odon and Gavrus, France, on June 22, 1944. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 02.20.18: USMC InstantEye, Raleigh Reconsiders, Battle Drones
Thu, Feb 22,2018 08:39:11PM EST
Also: Fortem DroneHunter, Solar-Powered Rover, Drone Mkt Worth $48.88B, MQ-25 Partnerships InstantEye Robotics has received a substantial order from PMA-263, the Navy and Marine Corps Small Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems Program Office, for an additional 800 InstantEye Mk-2 GEN3-A0 sUAS systems. The systems delivered under this contract will support deployed Marine infantry squads. The InstantEye family of products includes the Mk-2 GEN4, which is the largest system, capable of carrying payloads up to 4 pounds; the mid-sized, highly agile Mk-2 GEN3, which can carry payloads up to 1.5 pounds; and the palm-sized, highly integrated Mk-2 GEN5, with advanced vehicle-borne computer processing power that will allow the system to adapt to future capability needs. The Raleigh, NC Parks Committee is looking at a revised drone policy that could allow small UAVs to be flown in almost all of the city's public parks. The new policy approved by the Raleigh Parks Committee and moved on to the full Parks, Recreation and Greenway advisory board would allow any UAV weighing less than 400 grams to be flown in any city park that is not designated as a nature preserve, nature park, wetland center or lake. Small drone aircraft the Army is using are proving their worth as a useful tool for battlefield reconnaissance and intelligence gathering. Infantry units are seeing the advantage of small unmanned aircraft systems, which are an integral part of the 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, assigned to the Joint Multinational Readiness Center at 7th Army Training Command’s Hohenfels Training Area. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 02.15.18: AMA Expo East, Skydio R1, TSB Canada Report
Thu, Feb 22,2018 08:38:46PM EST
Also: DJI Knowledge Quiz, GoFly Competition, Drone ID Rules Coming, FAA Unenthusiastic About Prosecuting? The Academy of Model Aeronautics will host the annual AMA Expo East at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey February 23 - 25. The three-day expo will provide new and seasoned hobbyists of all ages with hands-on opportunities to learn about building and flying model aircraft and drones. This includes flying demonstrations, FPV drone racing with the AMA flight simulator and more. AMA Expo East will also include Home School Day on Friday, February 23. During this day, home school students will have a chance to experience RC flight simulators, try model and drone flying,watch RC boat demos and more. There is a new flying camera on the market which its maker claims is a step toward the future of autonomous drones and enabling a new type of visual storytelling. Skydio, a California-based company, has announced the availability of the company's first product: R1, a fully autonomous flying camera. R1 was reportedly built from the ground up for autonomous flight and is powered by the Skydio Autonomy Engine, enabling it to see and understand the world around it so that it can fly safely at high speeds while avoiding obstacles, even in dense and challenging environments. The Transportation Board Canada has released its final report on a collision between a Beechcraft King Air A100 and an alleged UAV on October 12, 2017. The King Air was operating as IFR flight to Québec/Jean-Lesage International Airport with 2 pilots and 6 passengers on board. On final approach, the flight crew reportedly observed a drone, about the size of a dinner plate, in front of the left wing. The pilot had no time to take evasive action. The impact was ‘unavoidable,’ and the drone disintegrated. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

AMA Drone Report 02.22.18: AMA Expo!, Raleigh Update, UAV v Helo... or Not?
Thu, Feb 22,2018 08:37:03PM EST
Also: AMA Active In Counseling Gov'ts, Intel Drone Light Show, Drone Park Planned, ALPA Attacks Unmanned Don’t forget... The annual AMA Expo East starts at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey Tomorrow through Sunday, February 23 - 25. The three-day expo will provide new and seasoned hobbyists of all ages with hands-on opportunities to learn about building and flying model aircraft and drones. This includes flying demonstrations, FPV drone racing with the AMA flight simulator and more. The Raleigh, NC Parks Committee is looking at a revised drone policy that could allow small UAVs to be flown in almost all of the city's public parks. The new policy approved by the Raleigh Parks Committee and moved on to the full Parks, Recreation and Greenway advisory board would allow any UAV weighing less than 400 grams to be flown in any city park that is not designated as a nature preserve, nature park, wetland center or lake. Larger drones would be limited to six parks, and could be flown only in large open spaces. While the details seem pretty sketchy, a small drone is being blamed for the crash of a light two-place helicopter... but we’re not sure we believe it. The accident occurred in the southern portion of Daniel Island near North Charleston, SC last week, and the instructor pilot says he was maneuvering to avoid collision with a drone when the accident occurred. The helicopter instructor told police that he was flying an R22 helicopter owned by Holy City Helicopters on an instructional flight. He said they were flying low over "undeveloped land"on the island and the student was practicing a maneuver when they saw "a white DJI Phantom quadcopter drone ... heading into their airspace."Yeah.... right. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

AMA Drone Report 02.22.18: AMA Expo!, Raleigh Update, UAV v Helo... or Not?
Thu, Feb 22,2018 08:36:13PM EST
Also: AMA Active In Counseling Gov'ts, Intel Drone Light Show, Drone Park Planned, ALPA Attacks Unmanned Don’t forget... The annual AMA Expo East starts at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey Tomorrow through Sunday, February 23 - 25. The three-day expo will provide new and seasoned hobbyists of all ages with hands-on opportunities to learn about building and flying model aircraft and drones. This includes flying demonstrations, FPV drone racing with the AMA flight simulator and more. The Raleigh, NC Parks Committee is looking at a revised drone policy that could allow small UAVs to be flown in almost all of the city's public parks. The new policy approved by the Raleigh Parks Committee and moved on to the full Parks, Recreation and Greenway advisory board would allow any UAV weighing less than 400 grams to be flown in any city park that is not designated as a nature preserve, nature park, wetland center or lake. Larger drones would be limited to six parks, and could be flown only in large open spaces. While the details seem pretty sketchy, a small drone is being blamed for the crash of a light two-place helicopter... but we’re not sure we believe it. The accident occurred in the southern portion of Daniel Island near North Charleston, SC last week, and the instructor pilot says he was maneuvering to avoid collision with a drone when the accident occurred. The helicopter instructor told police that he was flying an R22 helicopter owned by Holy City Helicopters on an instructional flight. He said they were flying low over "undeveloped land"on the island and the student was practicing a maneuver when they saw "a white DJI Phantom quadcopter drone ... heading into their airspace."Yeah.... right. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Daher Delivers 57 TBM Aircraft In 2017
Thu, Feb 22,2018 04:27:27PM EST
North America Remains The Company's Largest Market The Daher Airplane Business Unit today announced its 2017 delivery totals for the TBM very fast turboprop aircraft, with 57 TBM 910s and TBM 930s provided to owners and operators during the year.

Viking Forms Strategic Alliance With Mahindra Aerospace
Thu, Feb 22,2018 03:07:06PM EST
Will Further Regional Air Connectivity In India Viking Air Limited of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, and Mahindra Aerospace Private Limited of Bengaluru, India have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to form a strategic alliance to seize opportunities arising out of India’s growing regional air connectivity requirements. Signing of the MOU is timely given the focus being put on Indo-Canadian relations during Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s trip to India.

Robinson Introduces Two Garmin G500H TXi Displays
Thu, Feb 22,2018 03:03:15PM EST
Available As Options For R44 And R66 Helicopters Robinson has added Garmin’s new G500H TXi displays to its R44 and R66 options. The two TXi displays add touchscreen functionality to Garmin’s popular G500H system, and consolidate PFD/MFD information on to a single screen. The upgraded displays provide increased resolution and interface with Garmin’s GTN 6xx/7xx touchscreen GPS series.

Lockheed Martin Launches Unmanned Vehicle Control Software
Thu, Feb 22,2018 03:00:16PM EST
Can Simultaneously Control Multiple UAV Types, Operating Anywhere On Earth Lockheed Martin software has been simultaneously flying, on average, at least six unmanned aircraft during every hour of the last 25 years, completing missions as diverse as reconnaissance, inspection, mapping and targeting. Today, Lockheed Martin is launching VCSi, a new vehicle control software, as the culmination of more than two decades of experience and 1.5 million hours of operational use.

Coast Guard Conducts Ice Rescues On Saginaw Bay
Thu, Feb 22,2018 02:59:28PM EST
Two Brought Off From The Ice In One Day The Coast Guard conducted two ice rescues on Saginaw Bay, Sunday, rescuing one man who had fallen through the ice while on an ATV, and another man who became stranded while ice fishing.

First Sikorsky Combat Rescue Helicopter Enters Final Assembly
Thu, Feb 22,2018 02:58:45PM EST
Lockheed Martin Team Is On Track To Deliver Aircraft Ahead Of Schedule To The U.S. Air Force Final assembly of the first HH-60W Combat Rescue Helicopter, which will bring unprecedented capability enhancements to the U.S. Air Force rescue mission, has gotten underway. The timing of final assembly supports the program's accelerated schedule and positions the aircraft's first flight for the end of this year, two months ahead of schedule.

RAF Signs Foreign Military Sale Agreement To Keep Globemasters Flying
Thu, Feb 22,2018 02:57:28PM EST
Contract Valued At $364 Million A recently-signed Foreign Military Sale agreement will provide support for the RAF’s fleet of eight C-17A Globemaster III aircraft, which provided lifesaving humanitarian relief following Hurricane Irma last summer.

Vodafone Tests First IoT Drone Tracking And Safety Technology
Thu, Feb 22,2018 02:56:44PM EST
Designed To Keep Drones And Manned Aircraft Separated Testing is underway on what is being called the world’s first air traffic control drone tracking and safety technology. Developed by Vodafone, the system uses innovative 4G Internet of Things (IoT) technology to protect aircraft from catastrophic accidents as well as prevent inadvertent or criminal drone incursions at sensitive locations such as airports, prisons and hospitals.

AeroLabs And BGE Test Autonomous Distribution Inspections
Thu, Feb 22,2018 02:56:02PM EST
Matrice 210 Drone Inspected Energy Transmission Lines And Poles AeroLab and Baltimore Gas and electric Company (BGE) recently completed a test using a DJI Matrice 210 to perform autonomous inspections of distribution assets in a rural area of northern Maryland.

Aerial Imaging Market To Reach $3.2 Billion By 2023
Thu, Feb 22,2018 02:55:18PM EST
Market Growth Forecast At 13 Percent CAGR According to a new report "Global Aerial Imaging Market", published on ASDReports, the Global Aerial Imaging Market size is expected to reach $3.2 billion by 2023, rising at a market growth of 13% CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) during the forecast period.

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