Introducing AeryonLive

SaaS platform for commercial and public safety applications.


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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.

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Aeryon Demonstrates Ultra-Low-Light UAS Video

Aeryon Demonstrates Ultra-Low-Light UAS Video

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This forthcoming technology highlights a longer-term view of UAS data capture capabilities. This week, at AUVSI’s Xponential 2016, the premier event for unmanned systems, in the Aeryon booth #2313, attendees…

Introducing AeryonLive – the SaaS platform for real-time video, telemetry, and UAS fleet management

Introducing AeryonLive – the SaaS platform for real-time video, telemetry, and UAS fleet management

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AeryonLive delivers low-latency video, telemetry, and UAS fleet data to enable real-time decision making and compliant, scalable enterprise UAS deployments. New Orleans, LA – May 3, 2016, Aeryon, the leader…

Aeryon Labs' Drones Put Eyes in the Sky

Aeryon Labs’ Drones Put Eyes in the Sky

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In 2007, when Dave Kroetsch co-founded Aeryon Labs Inc., most people lumped drones into two categories. “There were RC helicopters in the hobby stores, and drones that dropped bombs on…

Ecuador Earthquake mapping images from SkyRanger

Aerial images and maps from Aeryon sUAS assist in Ecuador earthquake aid program

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In response to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake which struck the coastal region of Ecuador on April 16, 2016, Aeryon Labs is supporting Global Medic with its aid and relief program. Mapping…


The Kumpf Drive intersection will be closed until approximately June 2016. Traffic travelling east and west on Northfield will be maintained. Access to Kumpf from Weber (via Randall Drive) will also be maintained. Please follow detour signs.

The northbound and southbound off ramps from Highway 85 at Northfield Dr. are closed until approximately December 2016.

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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