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Aeryon Labs, Inc. names Sean McCabe VP Engineering

Sean McCabe joins Aeryon Labs with extensive engineering and operations leadership experience – most recently as Director of Program Management - China for BlackBerry.


Aeryon Scout sUAS enhances forest inventory data collection process

Forestry companies are required to complete extensive pre and post-harvest inventories of their operating areas to ensure business models are up-to-date, as well as meet industry and government regulations. Business models include tree height growth curves and restocking of harvested cutblocks that must meet government silvicultural standards.

This case study describes how Integrated Information Systems Ltd. (I2S Ltd.) combines aerial images and data with GIS software solutions for one of their forestry clients’ post-harvest inventory projects.


Eyes in the sky: increasing options for unmanned aerial surveillance

In the International Centre for Sports Security (ICSS) Journal, Dr. Ann Rogers reviews how unmanned aerial systems (UAS) are beginning to take a role in surveillance and monitoring at major sporting events, and assesses the current limitations on their use. The following is an excerpt from the article:

Zone coverage
David Gerhardt, who teaches UAS fundamentals for the US Air Force, suggested that sporting events require systems that meet “the concept of zone coverage with the ability to transition quickly to a man coverage via a network of sensors. Sure the cost and feasibility make this out of the question for most events, but we’re getting closer every day to making this a reality.”

Promising microsystems include the back-packable Aeryon Scout, which weighs under two kg, has an easy-to-learn interface, and, with vertical take-off and landing, can be launched in less than a minute in very confined areas. These microsystems relay information directly to the ground controller for immediate tasking and response.


Halton Officers Formally Recognized at I.A.C.P. Conference

Earlier this week, two members of the Halton Regional Police Service were bestowed with a prestigious award during the 2013 International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in Philadelphia.

The "Excellence in Police Aviation" award, sponsored by Bell Helicopter, was accepted by Detective Dave Banks and Constable Andrew Olesen for their efforts in the concept, research, formation and operation of a small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle program for the police service.


Aeryon Labs at INTERGEO 2013

Aeryon Labs' Vice-President of Product and Marketing, Ian McDonald, highlights Aeryon sUAS in this INTERGEO 2013 Shortfacts video.


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