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.
February 26, 2013—Small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) are quickly being adopted by commercial, industrial and public safety organizations to do jobs faster and safer than previously possible. Aeryon Labs Inc., partner Datron World Communications discussed how the Scout is helping firefighters do their job safely and effectively. Orion Linekin of Datron tells NBC, "the scout is designed as a squad level solution for that soldier on the front line or that firefighter public safety officer on the front line to get immediate situational awareness."
February 13, 2013 - Aeryon Labs Inc., partner Datron World Communications recently spoke to CBS8.com about the use of small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) and the benefit these systems can have in a wide range of industries, such as industrial and commercial, military and public safety.
BETHEL, Alaska - The Aeryon Scout was recently used by the Alaska National Guard to conduct a joint search-and-rescue exercise, which tested the recovery operations for a simulated 737 plane crash.
February 1, 2013 -- The Aeryon Scout™ small unmanned aerial system (sUAS) played a vital role in a recent survery conducted by Idaho Power. Each year, Idaho Power, conducts surverys—typically with manned aircrafts—to ensure their projects are not harming the Chinook Salmon nests, a threatened species living in the Snake River. This was the first years UAS were used and as Phil Groves, Idaho Power fishereis biologist explains below, they were used to remove the risk pilots may face when conducting these types of surveys.