• 2017 Board of Directors Nominees

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  • NATO AVT-274 Lecture Series

    Unmanned Air Systems Technological Challenges, Concepts of Operations and Regulatory Issues 30 – 31 October 2017 The Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel and Suites Toronto, ON, CANADA Collocated with: Unmanned Systems Canada’s Annual Conference – UnmannedCanada 2017 Conference Venue: The Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel and Suites Conference Date: November 1-3, 2017 For more information: […]

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  • Unmanned Canada 2017 Call for Student Paper Abstracts

    Unmanned Systems Canada will be holding its internationally renowned annual conference UnmannedCanada 2017  1 – 3 November in Toronto, ON at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel & Suites to present Canadian and International experience and innovation in the field of Unmanned Vehicle Systems (UVS) technologies across air, land, and water sectors. Abstracts for our […]

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  • Unmanned Canada 2017 Call for Abstracts

    Unmanned Systems Canada will be holding its internationally renowned annual conference UnmannedCanada 2017 1 – 3 November in Toronto, ON at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel & Suites to present Canadian and International experience and innovation in the field of Unmanned Vehicle Systems (UVS) technologies across air, land, and water sectors. Abstracts for presentations […]

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  • Join the Canada Pavilion at AUVSI’s Xponential MAY 8-11 | DALLAS

    Looking to sell or connect at the world’s premiere international unmanned systems marketplace? We are gearing up AUVSI’s Xponential!  Be a part of our large 1,200 sq. ft. Canada Pavilion situated in a high traffic location with strong Canada branding.  Xponential is one of the largest unmanned vehicles events attracting over 8,000 attendees from over […]

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  • 2017 Canadian UAS Industry Survey

    Transport Canada has contracted LOOKNorth with support from Unmanned Systems Canada to undertake a UAS industry survey with a particular emphasis on the impact of BVLOS capabilities. The purpose is to update a 2013 survey and to provide insight into planned sector growth in both the domestic and export markets. The results will be critical […]

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  • USC Releases Small RPAS BVLOS Best Practices to the Community

    Unmanned Systems Canada is publicly releasing Small RPAS Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) Best Practices, a document developed by Unmanned Systems Canada to provide guidance to industry for BVLOS operation of small unmanned aircraft. This document was previously released to registered members of Unmanned Systems Canada as version 1.1 for discussion at the Unmanned […]

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  • Aeryon Labs and DroneDeploy Partner to Deliver End-to-End Enterprise UAS Solutions

    Aeryon Labs and DroneDeploy Partner to Deliver End-to-End Enterprise UAS Solutions Aeryon Labs Inc., a manufacturer of small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) and DroneDeploy, the leading drone data platform, today announced their partnership to deliver integrated UAS solutions to end-users and service providers in the commercial/industrial market. Aeryon is pleased to make a new bundled hardware […]

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  • RFI – Drones for Desert Locust Monitoring

    The food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations is looking to obtain preliminary information on the availability of potential vendors to provide solutions enabling FAO, within the context of Desert Locust early warning & preventive control systems, to improve its monitoring activities through the use of fixed and rotary wing ‘drones’. The purpose of […]

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  • New UAV exemptions come into effect today

    On December 21st, 2016 Transport Canada (TC) released the new criteria for exemptions from SFOC requirements for operations of UAV’s with a max takeoff weight of 25 kilograms. These exemption requirements are in effect as of today, and all operators are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the changes. Specific details regarding the requirements, including rationales […]

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