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BAE Systems acquires British technology business Malloy Aeronautics

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By BAE Systems

February 17, 2024

Engineering & Design

BAE Systems has acquired Malloy Aeronautics – a leading company in heavy lift drone and aeronautical technologies. BAE Systems and Malloy will further develop Malloy's existing portfolio and accelerate new and novel technologies.

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Research involving Oregon State University has shown that a “swarm” of more than 100 autonomous ground and aerial robots can be supervised by one person without subjecting the individual to an undue workload.

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Uniform Sierra Aerospace, a company that builds small, unmanned aircraft systems, or UAS, has launched its Panther drone for the marketplace. The company was founded by Purdue University alumni Duncan Mulgrew, Jeremy Frederick and Trevor Redpath.

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Sirius Aviation has revealed for the world’s first hydrogen-powered Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft.

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Silvus Technologies, Inc. introduced the StreamCaster TRINITY, MIMO transceiver array. StreamCaster TRINITY combines the performance of dual band (S/C) StreamCaster MANET radios with a high-gain antenna array that delivers 360° of coverage for air and ground applications.

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YellowScan announced the release of its new bathymetric system, the YellowScan Navigator, at CES 2024. It features a laser scanner developed in-house over the last five years, and has been heavily tested to achieve optimal performance.

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Phase One announced the next-generation instrument, state-of-the-art Phase One P5 128-megapixel camera, for the modern surveyor in collaboration with Quantum Systems and Trimble.

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The FAA is partnering with the U.S. Air Force to help support the safe integration of Advanced Air Mobility aircraft into the National Airspace System.

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UAS Magazine, the UAS Angel Network, and the Grand Forks Region EDC, announced this week the six companies selected to pitch to a group of angel investors and venture capital firms at the UAS Summit & Expo, taking place October 10-11 in Grand Forks.

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Shield AI announced the successful completion of an autonomous teaming demonstration featuring three V-BAT UAS. This accomplishment was the final milestone of an AFWERX autonomy effort under their Strategic Funding Increase program.

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Senator John Hoeven hosted Test Resource Management Center Director George Rumford at the Autonomous Nation Conference to announce that the Sky Range hypersonic missile testing program will expand to Hector Field in Fargo.

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Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division continues its pursuit to be a collaborator of choice who expands naval superiority in its latest partnership with Sagetech Avionics, Inc.

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British engineers have successfully completed a stratospheric flight trial of BAE Systems’ High Altitude Pseudo Satellite (HAPS) Uncrewed Aerial System (UAS) - PHASA-35.

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GM Defense and Black Sage Technologies announced a teaming agreement to explore the development of a C-UAS solution for use on GM Defense military vehicles provided to global defense and government customers at CANSEC 2023.

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Voyager Space has acquired ZIN Technologies, Inc. Voyager Space's acquisition of ZIN is an essential step in expanding the company's space infrastructure and technology capabilities to further its Starlab development efforts.

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BBI International and HYSKY Society™ have announced a partnership to co-locate the UAS Summit and Expo with FLYING HY, the world's largest hydrogen aviation event. The events will take place at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, ND on Oct 10-11, 2023.

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uAvionix Corporation has successfully demonstrated a first-of-its-kind Dynamic Frequency Management System for UAS Command and Control (C2) on the protected 5030 – 5091 MHz aviation spectrum.

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Teledyne FLIR announced momentum with its program for sUAS highlighted by the integration of its Hadron™ 640R dual visible-thermal payload within the recently announced Teal 2 drone and the Lepton® 3.5 thermal micro camera within the BRINC LEMER 2.

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Leidos was recently awarded a new prime contract to develop an uncrewed aircraft system that can autonomously resupply forward-deployed ground forces.

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The University of Alaska and Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced that the University and State of Alaska will host the inaugural Global Autonomous Systems Conference (GASC) in Anchorage on Aug. 9-11, 2023.

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The DHS S&T released a Request for Information seeking new and emerging C-UAS technology and solutions capable of detecting, tracking, tracking, identifying, reporting, and countering low-observable, low-emission and non-emitting (dark) small UAS.

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The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate released a Request for Information for kinetic mitigation technologies and solutions to counter small unmanned aerial systems.

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Organizers of Commercial UAV Expo have announced a list of influential leaders in the drone industry who will be participating on the Advisory Board.

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Dronamics have announced a Letter of Intent agreement for cargo drone flights leveraging Dronamics’ technology and Aramex’s fleet management capabilities.

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McKim & Creed is expanding its unmanned aerial systems (UAS) program to provide enhanced aerial mapping capabilities for clients.

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From visually dynamic drone events to obstacle avoidance tech development or advisory roles within the UAS community, a globally recognized brand has made a new name in UAS.

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Advancing Winter Weather Prediction in North Dakota: The GrandSKY Weather Service

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Expanding the size of the angel investor pool who understand realistic market timing and technical platform requirements is valuable for the whole industry ecosystem. There are two emerging aerospace industry areas that the UAS Angel Network focuses on, Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and Advanced Air Mobility technology (AAM). Both of these platforms are beginning to accelerate the development of disruptive technologies at a rate not seen since the early days of traditional aviation.

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Two UAS companies with different offerings explain the impact of receiving a 333 exemption

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