Inside Unmanned Systems

APR-MAY 2017

Inside Unmanned Systems provides actionable business intelligence to decision-makers and influencers operating within the global UAS community. Features include analysis of key technologies, policy/regulatory developments and new product design.

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" ENGINEERING. POLICY. PRACTICE. April/May 2017 21 unmanned systems inside • ITAR free • Small size, low weight, power and cost • Insensitive to magnetic fi elds • Low gyro bias instability (0.3°/h) • Low gyro noise (0.15°/√h) • Low accelerometer bias instability (0.05 mg) • Excellent performance under vibration and shock • Fully calibrated and customer confi gur able to the specifi c application • 3 inclinometers for accurate leveling • Weight 55 grams, volume <2cu.in, power 1.5 W STIM300 is fi eld proven in Military Land navigators, Missile systems, Target acquisition systems, Airborne surveillance, DIRCM, Remote Weapon Systems, Launch vehicles and Satellites. STIM300 is a tactical grade Inertial Measurement Unit, IMU, for demanding guidance and navigation applications. sales@sensonor.com • www.sensonor.com When size, performance and robustness matter 1:1 scale TACTICAL GRADE IMU THE PROBLEM WITH THE UBER MODEL While Measure is focused on offering quality franchises, Chief Operating Offi cer Jesse Stepler said some other companies are leaning toward what he describes as an Uber-for-drones model. The idea is to connect demand for aerial data with someone local who owns a UAS. This could be a great model for wedding photography, fi lming commercials or real estate, he said, but one that doesn't really work for clients who have more complex data requests. These clients want standardization and to know exactly what to expect from their drone service provider as far as how they're trained and the fi nished product they'll produce. TECHNOLOGY TRENDS Measure pilots fl y a UAS. Measure is one of the largest drone as a service providers. IT DOESN'T MATTER IF YOU'RE A BILLION DOLLAR COMPANY OR A BRAND NEW COMPANY, YOU CAN'T COVER THE ENTIRE SPACE. THERE'S TOO MUCH TO KNOW AND TOO MUCH TO DO TO ALLOW FOR A VERY SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE BASE TO TRANSLATE INTO OVERALL USEFULNESS." Scott Lumish, vice president of business development, DroneDeploy DroneDeploy is now compatible with DJI's Inspire 2 and Phantom 4 Pro drones on both the Android and iOS apps. „

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