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Aeryon Scout™ sUAS at IDEX 2013 with Live Flight Demonstrations

IDEX 2013 to Launch Dedicated Zone for Unmanned Systems - new zone showcases the latest defense tools from international industry leaders.

Aeryon Labs is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting the field-tested and mission-proven Aeryon Scout™ sUAS in the new Unmanned Systems Area at the International Defense Exhibition Conference (IDEX) 2013, on February 17-21 in Abu Dhabi, UAE.  The Scout will be stationed in the Aeryon booth #005, and partner Datron World Communications will be exhibiting in booth #023.

The press release announcing the IDEX Unmanned Systems Area is included below.


Aeryon Scout in the Smithsonian Air & Space Magazine

Drones for Hire - The newest eyes in the sky are drawing attention of power companies and conservation groups, and the ACLU. 

AUVSI attendees in Las Vegas were quite eager to hear University of Alaska's Greg Walker, director of the Unmanned Aircraft Program, tell them that during a January 2012 fuel shortage in Nome, the FAA granted an airport-proximity exemption for a drone.


Defense Review Discusses Scout sUAS with Datron World Communications

Aeryon Labs partner, Datron World Communications, recently discussed the Scout sUAS with Defense Review at the HALO Counter-Terrorism Summit 2012 in San Diego. Datron World Communications sells the Scout under a private label agreement as the 'Datron Scout'. A short excerpt of the article is included directly below - and the full article can be found on the Defense Review website.


Undergraduate Passion for Flying Robots Turns into Soaring Business

Aeryon Labs co-founders sit down with the University of Waterloo.

Dave Kroetsch and Michael Peasgood started playing with flying robots as undergraduate students at the University of Waterloo. After graduating, they found a market hungry for a reliable eye in the sky. 


Aeryon Scout in Frontline Security - Canadian Cops Pioneer Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

"The Halton Regional Police Service started using the Aeryon Scout for collision reconstruction but, as detective Dave Banks of Halton's Forensic Services now explains, they are now finding many other uses for the versatile device. 'We have used it for six search and rescue missions with the thermal imaging FLIR camera at night.'


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