Shaun Coghlan, Sr. Product Manager, highlights Aeryon sUAS for the INTERGEO 2014 audience. He also discusses with Sanjay Gangal the growth in the market and that many more GIS professionals, worldwide, are starting to adopt UAS technology.
Aeryon Labs has been selected as a finalist in two of seven categories (Emerging Exporter and Consumer Products & Technology) for the Ontario Export Awards. The winner of the Ontario Export Awards Exporter of the Year will be selected from the group of finalist companies and announced at the Ontario Export Awards Gala Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 in Toronto.
Presented by the Canadian Manufactures & Exporters (CME) and Glacier Media, the Ontario Export Awards are a division of the Canada Export Awards. The Ontario Export Awards highlight the innovative approaches and contributions of Ontario export companies and the individuals who create those success stories.
Read more on the Ontario Export Awards website.
Albemarle County Police deployed the Aeryon SkyRanger sUAS to aid in the search for a missing University of Virginia student. This is the first time that UAS technology has been used by a Virginia law enforcement agency.
Waterloo, ON – October 2, 2014 – Aeryon Labs Inc. announced today that the Aeryon SkyRanger small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) has been deployed to aid in the search for missing University of Virginia student, Hannah Graham.
The Albemarle County Police Department was granted an emergency Certificate of Authorization (COA) by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). John Coggin, chief engineer of the Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership at Virginia Tech, was asked to oversee the flight missions with the university’s Aeryon SkyRanger in order to collect real-time aerial imagery of the hard-to-reach, forested search area.
Recently at UAS 2014, industry leaders highlighted the diverse uses for unmanned aerial vehicles over a wide variety of applications. The following article summarizes the topics featured, including discussions that described how public safety organizations in the UK are using the Aeryon SkyRanger to support the work that they do.
The following is an excerpt from the article:
As the search continues for missing University of Virginia student, Hannah Graham, police were granted an Emergency COA for the Aeryon SkyRanger sUAS to get a closer aerial view of the search area, not possible with police helicopters.