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Airborne-Unmanned 03.21.17: Heron 1 FOC, Canadian UAVs BVLOS, Quad Inspects C17
Mon, Mar 27,2017 08:50:31PM EST
Also: Terra Drone, senseFly partners with MicaSense, Quadcopter Topology Optimization The Heron 1 UAV has attained Full Operational Capability (FOC), allowing two Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) squadrons to operate, maintain, and deploy the UAV. The UAV will be operated by a team that is compiled of UAV Pilots, Air Imagery Intelligence Experts and Air Force Engineers. The Heron 1 UAV, which Singapore received in 2012, will provide Singapore’s Armed Forces with stronger situational awareness and enhanced mission effectiveness on the battlefield. The UAV is capable of performing a plethora of missions thanks to a multi-mission sensor installed upon it. Regular Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) operations saw significant advancement, recently, as Canadian UAVs and Lockheed Martin CDL Systems completed their first BVLOS pipeline, well site and power line inspections using the Transport Canada Compliant Lockheed Martin Indago 2 at the Foremost Testing Range. At their UAV Testing Facility in Foremost, Alberta, Canadian UAVs successfully performed multiple BVLOS operations to inspect several pipelines, wellheads and powerlines. The 412th Test Wing’s Emerging Technologies Combined Test Force used a quadcopter to conduct a maintenance inspection of the exterior of a C-17 Globemaster III. The C-17 was on loan from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and was the first time they flew a small UAS on the flightline and the second time the CTF has used a sUAS in a new application. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 03.23.17: New Canada Drone Regs, 'Anti-Drone'Race, Tiny Whoop
Mon, Mar 27,2017 08:50:06PM EST
Also: SELFLY Camera-Kickstarter, Turtle Tracking Drones, Drones Save Lives! The Canadian government has recently released new regulations for recreational drone operators that carry hefty penalties for violators... Even more so than those here in the US. The new rules apply to aircraft weighing between about half a pound and 77 pounds being flown non-commercially. Under the rules, recreational drones may not be flown higher than 90 meters above the ground; closer than 75 meters from buildings, vehicles, vessels, animals, people/crowds; and closer than 9 kilometers from the center of any "aerodrome"... defined as anywhere that aircraft take off and land. The rules also prohibit flight in controlled or restricted airspace, within about 5.6 miles of a forest fire, or anywhere the aircraft could interfere with police or first responders. Positing that we need anti-drone instruments, the folks of the TU Delft Micro Air Vehicle Lab (MAVLab) will host the first ever anti-drone competition, DroneClash, before the end of the year. During this competition, participants use their own drones to take down as many other drones as possible. But... they also need to avoid a whole series of anti-drone interventions. A company operating out of a basement in Fort Collins, CO is making what may be some of the smallest FPV drones available. The Tiny Whoop quadcopters were born of the mini-drone-racing trend. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 03.27.17: Continental Motors ‘Overhaul’, Amazon Rotor, SpaceX DroneShip
Mon, Mar 27,2017 08:49:34PM EST
Also: Boom Supersonic, Boeing 747-8, Boeing Grant, IKE's 300,000th, Rocket Lab, Duncan Aviation, Xplorer Mini Continental Motors seems to have a lot of faith in the future of aviation... enough so to invest tens of millions of dollars in a new plant, and millions more on the latest new manufacturing technologies. The company has just announced their intention to build a new factory and corporate office in Mobile, AL, and ‘invest globally’ in the future of GA. In the first step of a 3-year global investment plan to take its manufacturing, customer service and engineering infrastructure to the next level, they will build a new, state of the art manufacturing facility and corporate office located at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley, replacing the company’s current 11 building footprints with a single, state-of-the-art facility designed for lean manufacturing and office systems. The latest innovation to come out of Amazon's Prime Air Delivery program is a single-blade rotor for delivery drones, for which the company has received a patent. According to the patent document, the single-blade rotors would require less energy to turn, and could also save power by shutting down during cruise. During a helicopter tour of Florida's Space Coast, self-proclaimed space fan Stephen Marr saw something interesting on the deck of SpaceX's drone recovery ship. So he started shooting photos with a telephoto lens. The images showed a new piece of equipment that is thought to be a robot that would interact with and secure Falcon 9 boosters after they land on the vessel. The device has been nicknamed "Optimus Prime"by Reddit's SpaceX community, and would likely help further reduce the cost of reusing boosters by the company. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 03.27.17: Continental Motors ‘Overhaul’, Amazon Rotor, SpaceX DroneShip
Mon, Mar 27,2017 06:06:07PM EST
Also: Boom Supersonic, Boeing 747-8, Boeing Grant, IKE's 300,000th, Rocket Lab, Duncan Aviation, Xplorer Mini Continental Motors seems to have a lot of faith in the future of aviation... enough so to invest tens of millions of dollars in a new plant, and millions more on the latest new manufacturing technologies. The company has just announced their intention to build a new factory and corporate office in Mobile, AL, and ‘invest globally’ in the future of GA. In the first step of a 3-year global investment plan to take its manufacturing, customer service and engineering infrastructure to the next level, they will build a new, state of the art manufacturing facility and corporate office located at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley, replacing the company’s current 11 building footprints with a single, state-of-the-art facility designed for lean manufacturing and office systems. The latest innovation to come out of Amazon's Prime Air Delivery program is a single-blade rotor for delivery drones, for which the company has received a patent. According to the patent document, the single-blade rotors would require less energy to turn, and could also save power by shutting down during cruise. During a helicopter tour of Florida's Space Coast, self-proclaimed space fan Stephen Marr saw something interesting on the deck of SpaceX's drone recovery ship. So he started shooting photos with a telephoto lens. The images showed a new piece of equipment that is thought to be a robot that would interact with and secure Falcon 9 boosters after they land on the vessel. The device has been nicknamed "Optimus Prime"by Reddit's SpaceX community, and would likely help further reduce the cost of reusing boosters by the company. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 03.24.17: GA v Privatization, FAA UAS $$$, Mexico Fines
Mon, Mar 27,2017 05:31:31PM EST
Also: NASA Authorization, Av-Associations, Essential Air Services, Kite String, Rotax @SnF, Car v Plane, FAA Forecast With the need to authorize the FAA before September 30 of this year, a host of GA leaders have joined together to send letters to House and Senate transportation leaders underscoring their, “real and long-standing concerns” regarding a concept being pushed by some big airlines regarding ATC. Specifically, the organizations cited concerns over a proposal promoted by some big airlines for the creation of “a new governance and funding model for our nation's aviation system, based on systems in other parts of the world. In a memo dated March 7, 2017, the FAA asks its Drone Advisory Committee (DAC) - Task Group 3 to explore ways to increase funding for the integration of UAVs into the National Airspace. "The FAA would welcome consideration of a broad array of options, including industry assuming a lead role for certain aspects, or public-private partnerships between government and industry,"the memo, written by Victoria B. Wassmer, Deputy Administrator and Chief NextGen Officer and DAC Designated Federal Official, states. Last December, pilots visiting Mexico were informed that all foreign aircraft were required to leave the country by January 1. Failure to do so resulted in aircraft being grounded until a fine of up to $4,000 was paid to Mexico. California resident Brian Conway has established a GoFundMe site to raise money for legal fees for those pilots and owners who are fighting the imposition of the fines. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (03.28.17)
Mon, Mar 27,2017 03:16:47PM EST
“This an important – and exciting – step in our return to deep space missions. With every test of flight hardware, we get closer and closer to launching humans deeper into space than we ever have traveled before.” Source: Stennis Director Rick Gilbrech.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (03.28.17)
Mon, Mar 27,2017 03:15:38PM EST
Richard Branson Bids Adieu To Virgin America With the announcement last week that the Virgin America name would be retired following the carrier's merger with Alaska Airlines, Sir Richard Branson wrote a farewell to the brand he created.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (03.28.17): Hard Landing
Mon, Mar 27,2017 03:15:08PM EST
An event during landing that results in excessive G-forces being transmitted into the structure of the aircraft and may result in an inspection for damage to the aircraft.

ANN FAQ: What Does The Airborne Partnership Initiative Mean For Your Business
Mon, Mar 27,2017 03:14:06PM EST
Get Your Breaking News Out To The Industry A partnership between ANN and others in the aviation/aerospace industry offers more exposure, a greatly lessened strain on individual resources, and the pivotal advantage of starting out with what is already a solid, professional award- winning platform…which is Airborne Unlimited.

Helicopter Strikes Kite String In Cayman Islands
Mon, Mar 27,2017 03:14:02PM EST
Aircraft Landed Safely Following The Incident A police helicopter flying at an altitude of about 400 feet came in contact with a kite string earlier this month, but fortunately, the only thing lost was the kite.

NLR Tests Airbus On Waterlogged Runway at Twente Airport
Mon, Mar 27,2017 03:12:17PM EST
Examined Braking Performance On A400M Aircraft In Heavy Rain Conditions The Netherlands Aerospace Center last week supervised a number of brake tests on an Airbus A400 aircraft at Twente Airport. The tests, carried out at the request of Airbus, were performed in a water trough created by NLR on the runway. The quantity of water in the trough corresponded with the quantity that may occur on a runway during heavy rainfalls and that may potentially cause aquaplaning. Equipment on board the aircraft recorded the behaviour of the brakes.

Western Aircraft Celebrates 60 Year Anniversary
Mon, Mar 27,2017 03:11:37PM EST
Sixty Years Of Service, Sixty Years In Boise In 1957, The Soviet Union launched the first space satellite Sputnik 1. It was the same year that Morrison-Knudsen Corporation launched out on its own adventure and 60 years later, the company that would be later known as Western Aircraft is still flying.

NASA Backs Startup Developing 'Smart'Color-Changing Air Filters
Mon, Mar 27,2017 03:10:55PM EST
Serionix To Develop Spacesuit Air Filters Based On Pet-Odor-Removing Colorfil Smart Filtration Technology NASA has awarded a $750,000 contract to startup company Serionix to fund continued development of filters to remove toxic gases from next-generation space suit life support systems. The same technology is on its way into consumer products expected to launch within the year.

Lebanese Student Conducts First ‘In Seat’ A-29 Flight
Mon, Mar 27,2017 03:09:10PM EST
USAF Will Eventually Train 12 Lebanese Pilots To Fight ISIS A Lebanese A-29 Super Tucano pilot trainee, from the 81st Fighter Squadron, conducted the first ‘in seat’ training sortie March 22, 2017, here.

BAE Systems Commemorates 27 Years Of BAe 146/Avro RJ Operations By Swiss
Mon, Mar 27,2017 03:08:24PM EST
Avro RJ100 Being Retired By The Carrier In August BAE Systems Regional Aircraft has presented an engraved glass plaque to representatives of Swiss Global Airlines to commemorate 27 years of continuous operations by the airline and its predecessors of the BAE Systems-built and supported BAe 146 and Avro RJ regional jetliners.

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