Aeryon Scout Becomes First UAV to Fly Outdoors at Farnborough

August 8, 2010

Aeryon was demonstrating the Aeryon Scout during the 4 trade days of this year’s show.  The Aeryon Scout was not only the first UAV to ever fly outdoors at FIA, but was also the only system to fly for all 4 demonstration days and concluded the week as the last system to land.  The Scout clearly demonstrated it is a rugged, military grade UAV, flawlessly handling the high winds and rain that other systems struggled with.

Full Story at: aeryon.com


UAV Display at Farnborough 2010

July 18, 2010

There will be a number of UAVs on display at Farnborough 2010. Here’s the lineup according to www.defence-update.net

“The UAV display will focus on experimental platforms and technology demonstrators, Due to safety considerations, the flight displays will include small and ‘micro’ UAVs. Among these is the Vigilant mini-UAV from UTSL, SR30 robotic helicopter from Advanced UAS Technology and Robomotion, the Blue Bear ‘Blackstart’ research vehicle, the Aeryon Scout quad-copter from the Canadian company Aeryon Labs, the Fanwing STOL aircraft, the Boomerang from YellowPlane sUAS, and the Israeli MicroB micro-UAV from Blue Bird. Elbit Systems will also display the Guardium autonomous ground vehicle, designed for airport perimeter security.”


Aeryon Scout UAV helicopter demo at Farnborough

July 5, 2010

If you’d like to get a close look at the Aeryon Scout micro UAV helicopter, it will be at Farnborough 2010, from July 19 to the 25th.

“The Aeryon Scout will be on display with several partner organizations at the Farnborough International Airshow in Farnborough, England.  This will include both static displays and flight demonstrations of the system to the public.

The Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) is one of the world’s most iconic global aviation events. FIA holds a prominent position within the aerospace calendar taking place on a biennial basis (once every two years) over one week in July. The first five days of the show are traditionally trade days only, followed by a weekend where the exhibition is opened up to the public.”