The Aeryon SkyRanger™ sets new standards for VTOL flight performance, reliability, and ease-of-use - synonymous with Aeryon sUAS. Industry-leading capabilities include 50-minute endurance, 40/55 mph (65/90 kph) sustained/gust wind tolerance, stabilized dual EO/IR payload with streaming 1080p30 HD color video, and immediate pre-assembled deployment from a compact integrated backpack
This week, Aeryon Labs provided a sneak peek at the Aeryon SkyRanger™ which will be unveiled next week on Thursday May 23, 2013. Aeryon small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) are regularly at the center of major world and international media stories due to their reputation and proven track record for immediate, reliable operation in high winds and harsh weather environments - often when other UAS or manned aircraft cannot fly. An intuitive touchscreen interface and advanced automated features allow operators to achieve their objectives with minimal training - no joysticks required.
The Saudi Armed Forces recently tweeted a picture showing off one of their Aeryon Scout small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS). The Scout is pictured in its component pieces, and assembled, along with Saudi Armed Forces personnel.
May 7, 2013 -- During the morning commute on Tuesday May 7, 2013, a Toyota Camry, traveling northbound on Highway 404 just north of Toronto, crossed the median and crashed into oncoming southbound traffic. Six vehicles were involved in the crash. The severity of the accident caused the highway to be closed, in both directions, for more than 5 hours while the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) collected and recorded evidence, and cleaned up debris.