• UC19Ottawa Sponsors & Exhibitor Opportunities Now Available

    Sponsorships Now Available June 21, 2019 – USC-STC is pleased to announce our brochures outlining Sponsorship and Exhibitor opportunities for the Unmanned Canada 2019 Conference and Trade Show are now available for download! We hope you’ll join us in Ottawa for the 17th Annual National industry event running from October 30 through November 1, 2019. UC19Ottawa is […]

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  • Sandbox Call for Applications / Appel de demandes de participation à l’environnement protégé

    The Innovation for Defence Excellence and Security (IDEaS) program, run by the Department of National Defence has a new update that will be of interest to USC members and others in the UAV ecosystem. As you know, the Innovation for Defense Excellence and Security (IDEaS) Program continues to move forward and we wanted to take […]

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  • Ornithology & Drones Workshop April 9-12 Hastings Reserve, Monterey County

    The application of drones to bird research and conservation is essentially ground-breaking and game-changing technology.   The more ornithologists we introduce this technology to, the better for them and for the birds.   This particular workshop is absolutely the tops!    Not only do ‘students’ acquire information from top specialists in the field, they also get hands-on experience […]

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  • RPAS Project – Draft ITQ (W847A-190247/A)

    The Project will provide Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) information and deliver precision strike effects to Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) commanders. The Project’s medium-altitude, long-endurance ISTAR and precision strike capabilities will be integrated as part of a networked, joint system-of-systems, in support of the Strong, Secure, Engaged (SSE) Defence Policy strategic vision and […]

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  • Student UAS Competition Phase 1 Winners

    Unmanned Systems Canada conducts a student UAS competition, open to teams from colleges and universities across Canada. Sixteen teams presented Design Papers in January. A team of seven judges representing a cross section of the UAS sector, were impressed by the quality of the reports and are ready to proudly announce the winners.

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