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Robot Aviation will be at DSEI 2019

Join us in London, at DSEI 2019, the world-leading event that connects the industry with end-users. This year it will be a very exciting experience, because of the great advancements done all-over the world with robotics and technology in general. From September 11th to 13th, on our booth N1-217, you can meet our team and learn…

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Norwegian drone technology wakes political interests

Norwegian Labour Party representatives had a visit at Eggemoen Aviation & Technology Park and were introduced to the work and advancements done by Robot Aviation and Tronrud Engineering. Martin Kolberg (Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee) and local representatives had a tour of introduction to the capabilities of Norwegian unmanned aviation technology and discussed the future…

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SKYROBOT ™ FX450 on the news

The VG.no had lately an extended article on the capacities of  SKYROBOT ™ FX450. The system can cover for the mobile 4G network in emergencies and other extraordinary circumstances. It offers a cost-effective solution for an aircraft with similar performance and payload capability. Its advanced triple-redundant flight control system includes a management unit and communication…

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SkySkopes and Robot Aviation Fly BVLOS in Norway

Through a partnership that spans across the Atlantic Ocean, two industry-leading UAS companies successfully executed Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) commercial operations in Norway and look to bring them to the United States. SkySkopes, the North Dakota-based drone service provider, was drawn to the FX20 manufactured by Robot Aviation for its long-endurance capabilities. “SkySkopes…

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Unmanned Systems Technology 021 | Robot Aviation FX450

Highlights in this issue include a conversation with UDS co-founder Robert Hannaford, also show reports from Eurosatory 2018 and the AST Symposium. Dossier’s on the Robot Aviation FX450 and the Liquid-Piston X-Mini, we also look at Zipline and Riptide Autonomous Solutions. An insight into UAVs as well as focus articles covering imaging sensors and electric…

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Norwegian technology improves emergency preparedness in Svalbard

(Longyearbyen, 16 May 2018) Telenor, Andøya Space Center and Robot Aviation are joining forces to develop and test Norwegian unmanned aerial systems in order to improve preparedness in Svalbard.   Commercial shipping, tourism and cruise ship traffic to Svalbard and the surrounding marine areas have all grown dramatically in recent years, and this growth is…

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Robot Aviation AS acquires UAS-Europe

Spy Owl 200Robot Aviation, a Norwegian developer and producer of Unmanned Aircraft Systems, has announced the acquisition of UAS Europe AB, a Swedish developer of small unmanned aircraft systems and subcomponents.   The acquisition reinforces the vision of Robot Aviation to provide its customers with long-endurance, safe and easy-to-operate UAS (drones) for Military & Commercial…

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