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  1. First Responders Gather to Test Drones for their Operations
    20 Nov, 2018
    First Responders Gather to Test Drones for their Operations
    FROM THE HERALD REVIEW — A number of public safety agencies attended an exhibition last week of how unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) technology — specifically drones — can be utilized by first responders in search-and-rescue situations. The Thursday demonstration at the Benson Municipal Airport highlighted the use of an infrared camera and computer software to allow the battery-operated drone to operate on autopilot over a specified search area. Arizona State University engineering students
  2. Aerospace Arizona Participates as Judges in Search & Rescue Drone Competition
    21 May, 2018
    Aerospace Arizona Participates as Judges in Search & Rescue Drone Competition
    The drone threads its way through the disaster area, beneath ceilings and power lines, through narrow corridors, sewer pipes and hallways. Bodies and survivors lie under rubble. When it’s not feeling its way through tight confines, there’s wind to contend with. Pilot Ryan Davis flies the drone quickly and smoothly. There are no halting or jerky movements. At each potential location of a survivor, Davis lands and switches on the infrared camera to look for a survivor’s heat signature. The drone
  3. Aerospace Arizona Participates in XPONENTIAL 2018
    17 May, 2018
    Aerospace Arizona Participates in XPONENTIAL 2018
    Aerospace Arizona Association, represented by its Board and registered Members, was fully present at the 2018 AUVSI XPONENTIAL Conference and Exhibit in Denver Colorado. Association delegates joined more than 8,500 global leaders from across the spectrum of unmanned systems and robotics to share ideas, gain insight and witness groundbreaking innovations. The daily keynotes gave an inside view of where the commercial unmanned systems industry is headed in the coming months and years.