Aeryon sUAS Approved for Power Utilities

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Mapping Christ the Redeemer

Projeto Redentor: Aeryon sUAV platform collects images and data needed to reconstruct the first accurate 3D model

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Aeryon Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS)

Aeryon Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) have provided reliable performance in harsh environments, extreme weather and high winds. These Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) sUAS can be deployed within minutes – ideal for a range of military, public safety and commercial applications around the world. With a reputation and proven track record for reliable operation, Aeryon sUAS set the standard for immediate aerial intelligence gathering in locations and situations where other UAS or manned aircraft cannot fly.

ATTENTION VISITORS: ROAD CONSTRUCTION - DETOUR INFO

Construction
Beginning Monday June 8th (for approx. 18 months) both the northbound and southbound off ramps from Highway 85 at Northfield Dr. will be closed.
When traveling:

  • Northbound, we recommend that you exit at King St. and drive north to Northfield Dr. Turn left onto Northfield and follow to Kumpf Dr.
  • Southbound travelers, exit at Regional Road 15, at St. Jacobs. Turn left onto King St. follow to Northfield, turn right, follow to Kumpf Dr.

Advance signs alerting drivers of the closure are in place. Detour signs directing drivers around the closure will be placed prior to work commencing.

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Police turn to technology to keep PanAm traffic flowing

Police turn to technology to keep PanAm traffic flowing

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This story highlights how the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has been successful in using Aeryon sUAS technology to assist in the collection of aerial photos and forensic mapping data for…

Utility drones could inspect equipment, scan for outages

Utility drones could inspect equipment, scan for outages

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When tornadoes and hurricanes topple power lines in the future, flying drones might be the first to pinpoint the damage. Power companies across the United States are testing whether small…

A drone maker flies high

A drone maker flies high

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Rob Gustavsson, a field-test engineer for Aeryon Labs, grabs a suitcase-sized plastic case and wheels it into the company’s parking lot in suburban Waterloo, Ontario. Inside are the components of…

Fast-evolving drones creating new options for industry

Fast-evolving drones creating new options for industry

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Fast-evolving drones are creating new options for industries and businesses across Canada as developers promise to make their operations safer, cheaper and more accurate. The following is an excerpt from…