Nevada Chapter

Message from the President

With the start of 2017, we rolled out a series of efforts to strengthen the unmanned systems (UxS) business community within Nevada: more recruiting of remote pilots,  more community outreach, and more collaboration within the community. We have promoted Nevada through multiple Remote Pilot’s Councils, with well-received support from AUVSI’s Chief Pilot. We have coordinated a sponsorship with Interdrone 2018, and provide benefits to our members. We had a very successful Nevada State Pavilion at Xponential 2018 in Denver, and are very thankful for the member participation. We aim to repeat this next year at Xponential  2019 in Chicago, and encourage all members to contact the Chapter officers to secure their booth space with us.
Stay tuned to this website (and update your profile with a current email address) for more details.

Thank you again,

Jonathan Daniels
Chapter President

AUVSI News

Alta Devices has unveiled a new solar product that is designed to meet the specific needs of UAS that can serve as platforms for cellular and IoT connectivity.

According to Alta, the product, known as AnyLight Solar, combines “breakthrough” solar cell technology with several new inventions to provide features to maximize power, minimize weight, and provide sufficient protection from the harsh environment commonly found in the Earth’s stratosphere.

Aerospace manufacturer Empirical Systems Aerospace Inc. (ESAero) will support the defense and commercial UAS business of Planck Aerosystems (Planck Aero) through a new partnership between the two companies. 

In support of increasing demand across Planck’s customer base, both domestically and internationally, ESAero will manufacture Planck Aero’s Group 1 UAS, Shearwater, in its manufacturing plant in San Luis Obispo, California, which will support Planck’s strategy to scale the company.

Black Swift Technologies (BST) has announced that its Black Swift S2 UAS will be used to conduct high-altitude high-latitude atmospheric research studies in Greenland, as part of the international East Greenland Ice-Core Project (EastGRIP).

With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the work will be conducted by the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR), which is part of the University of Colorado Boulder.

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