University of Virginia research protects UAS from cyber-attackers

Technology to protect unmanned aerial systems from cyber-attacks that can hijack an aircraft or steal the data it's collecting has been successfully demonstrated by the University of Virginia.
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GE Ventures invests in Airware

GE Venutres, the investment arm of GE, has made its support of unmanned aerial systems official. The global firm recently announced it would invest in Airware, a UAS-based company.
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Northrop becomes tenant at North Dakota UAS test site

Northrop Grumman, a worldwide leader in unmanned aerial systems (UAS) technology, has signed a letter of intent with Grand Forks, North Dakota's Grand Sky aerospace tech park.
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Arcturus UAV enhances JUMP 15 UAV

Arcturus UAV announced upgrades to its JUMP 15 fixed-wing vertical take-off landing (VTOL) UAV. The northern California-based company fitted the JUMP 15 with new wings to maximize endurance and efficiency and with a new engine.
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General Atomics successfully tests UAS sense-and-avoid system

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. has tested a proof-of-concept sense-and-avoid system (SAA), the first successful test of the Federal Aviation Administration's airborne collision avoidance system for unmanned aircraft.
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AeroVironment receives $4.3M award

AeroVironment received a $4.3 million award and $7.1 million option for Switchblade tactical missile system support services from the U.S. Army Close Combat Weapons Systems office. The award increased funding to a total of $63.8 million.
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