Aeryon Scout sUAS participates in operational trials for electrical infrastructure inspection and helps the Federal Emergency Management Agency and U.S based power companies to quickly assess damage from natural disasters or storms.
Aeryon Scout sUAS participates in Rx-CADRE, the largest and most complex wildland fire campaign carried out in the United States since the 1960's.
Aeryon Scout small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) model to be part of the 'Unconventional Thinking' exhibit and long term gallery.
Gathering aerial imagery using the Aeryon Scout is faster, more accurate, and more cost effective than satellites, manned aircraft or ground-based measurements. Geotagged images and easy-to-use software enables automated image processing into 2D image mosaics and maps, digital elevation and 3D models, and more, using integrated software or other industry standard GIS tools.
Aeryon Scout micro-UAV selected for NMSU study, in collaboration with FEMA and FAA, to assess the role of small UAS to help speed the repair and restoration of electrical services after storm damage.