Kongsberg Geospatial and SFL Scientific have announced an AI-enabled system to detect chemical and biological threats from the air using drones, and display potential threats and suggested routes to the operator in real-time.

Kongsberg Geospatial, SFL Scientific Introduce AI-Driven Technology to Identify and Display Chemical Threats Using Drones

Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial and SFL Scientific, a Boston-based data science consulting company announced that they will be demonstrating an Artificial Intelligence-driven system to allow autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles equipped with sensors to detect and recognize a range of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive threats (CBRNE) from the air.

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Engineers from Martin UAV prepare a V-BAT aircraft for a test flight. The Canadian Coast Guard conducted flight trials of the Martin UAV V-BAT at a UAS test range in Oklahoma.

Canadian Coast Guard Conducts BVLOS Trials of UAS in Oklahoma with Martin UAV and Kongsberg Geospatial

Ottawa, CA: The Canadian Coast Guard was in Oklahoma recently, albeit virtually. Kongsberg Geospatial announced today they successfully conducted Phase 1 trials of the Martin UAV V-BAT on behalf of the Canadian Coast Guard at a UAS test facility operated by the Chocktaw Indian Nation of Oklahoma, in rural southeastern Oklahoma.

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