A Skyports engineer prepares a Skyports drone for a medical delivery flight.

Skyports adopts Kongsberg Geospatial tool to enhance BVLOS drone deliveries

Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial, developer of the TerraLens Geospatial SDK, and Skyports, a leading enabler of advanced air mobility (AAM), announced today that the Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS airspace situational awareness application has been adopted by Skyports. The technology will be used by Skyports’ logistics arm, Delivery by Skyports, to enhance their BVLOS operations.

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A Flirtey Eagle unmanned aircraft is shown in flight making a medical delivery. Kongsberg Geospatial’s IRIS UxS has been implemented within Flirtey’s software platform for autonomous flight operations.

Flirtey implements Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS Airspace Awareness technology to enable FAA Certification for BVLOS drone delivery operations

Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial, developer of the TerraLens Geospatial Soft Ware Development Kit (SDK), and Flirtey, the pioneer and a leader in the commercial drone delivery industry in the US, announced today that the Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS airspace situational awareness application has been implemented by Flirtey within their autonomous software platform that conducts BVLOS autonomous flight operations. Flirtey has conducted more than 6,000 flights to date.

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This video still frame demonstrates how Sentient Kestrel can detect and track multiple targets based on motion – reducing operator fatigue and identifying objects that might otherwise be too small for operators to see.

Kongsberg Geospatial and Sentient Vision Systems partner to integrate Artificial Intelligence sensor analysis capabilities for UAS operators

Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial, developer of the TerraLens Geospatial SDK, announced today that it has partnered with Sentient Vision Systems to enable real-time analysis of sensor video data from drone-based sensors, using Sentient’s Kestrel, an AI–enabled computer vision system that provides automated object detection.

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In this artist’s illustration, the MMDCS system is shown allowing two Royal Canadian Navy Halifax-class frigates to coordinate the actions of two multi-domain drone teams, which each consists of an Unmanned Underwater vehicle (UUV), an Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV), and an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle.

Team Cohort Awarded Contract to Develop Multi-Domain, Multi-Autonomous Vehicle Control System for Canadian Warships

Ottawa, CA: Team Cohort, a team of autonomous industry experts comprising Kongsberg Geospatial, Four DRobotics Corp and SeeByte, have been awarded a contract from Weir Marine Engineering to develop and test a Maritime Multi-Domain Control System (MMDCS). The system will allow operators to simultaneously operate multiple autonomous vehicles in the air, on the water, and underwater - all from a single shipboard control station.

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In this illustration, Canadian Coast Guard personnel launch a V-BAT UAV from the flight deck of a hero class vessel. The V-BAT has operational capabilities in adverse weather.

New Drone Surveillance System to be Deployed on Canadian Coast Guard Vessels in Trials Funded by DRDC

Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial announced today that it has been selected by Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) to conduct trials of a new long-endurance UAV surveillance system for the Canadian Coast Guard. The MartinUAV V-BAT aircraft was selected to provide the unique ability to combine take off and landing from the small confines aboard ship with the long endurance of a fixed-wing aircraft while carrying multiple sensors.

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