To make this website work, we log user data. By using Shephard's online services, you agree to our Privacy Policy, including cookie policy.

×
Open menu Search

AUVSI 2016: UAVs go truly unmanned

27th April 2016 - 12:00 GMT | by Grant Turnbull in London

RSS

The word ‘unmanned’ in unmanned aerial vehicle can often be misleading, particularly as drones generally require a team of men and women to fly them, recharge them as well as digest the data from its myriad of sensors.

But a Singapore company is looking to make the unmanned aerial vehicle truly unmanned and autonomous with a product it’s calling Dronebox. 

Developed by HUS Unmanned Systems, the off-grid solution is capable of autonomously charging a UAV’s battery and transferring data back to a command centre via either an internet connection or satellite communications.

‘Traditionally you would have somebody go into the

Already have an account? Log in

Want to keep reading this article?

Read this Article

Get access to this article with a Free Basic Account

  • Original curated content, daily across air, land and naval domains
  • 1 free stories per week
  • Personalised news alerts
  • Daily and weekly newsletters
  • Free magazine subscription to all our titles
  • Downloadable equipment data handbooks
  • Distribution rights (Corporate only)
Create account

Unlimited Access

Access to all our premium news as a Premium News 365 Member. Corporate subscriptions available.

  • Original curated content, daily across air, land and naval domains
  • 14-day free trial (cancel at any time)
  • Unlimited access to all published premium news
  • 10-year news archive access
  • Downloadable equipment data handbooks
  • Distribution rights (Corporate only)
Start your free trial

Share to

Linkedin