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October 29, 2014
Rapid Wide Area Mapping Capability in Serenity 1.1 Robotic Aircraft

OTTAWA, Ont., Oct. 27, 2014—ING Robotic Aviation, Canada's leader in robotic aircraft sensing solutions, is pleased to announce the launch of the next version of itsSerenity fixed wing robotic aircraft system equipped with a wide area rapid mapping capability.

Serenity 1.1, an extended range and long endurance platform, has many advanced features. The main update is the addition of a customized commercial mapping payload. Using a 36 Megapixel aerial imager the Serenity can now perform 2D and 3D aerial mapping. Unlike any other fixed wing technology, this system has the capability to map vast amounts of land in a single 8 hour flight.

"This is an excellent capability for our customers," states Ian Glenn, CEO of ING Robotic Aviation. "I am very pleased with the hard work our technology team has put in to make this a reality."

Some of the other features of the system include a new tracking antenna system and a customized ground control station.

ING Robotic Aviation delivers robust, flexible, cost effective aerial sensing solutions and much more. We developed our skills through extensive operational unmanned aircraft system (UAS) surveillance work with the Canadian military. From these beginnings with military systems, we are now providing commercial services with robotic aircraft including mapping, inspections and monitoring in North America and other regions. Our clients are getting the right information in the right hands in a timely manner, while also discovering whole new uses and capabilities for robotic aviation. We are at the forefront of a disruptive technological and operational change, focused on reinventing aviation.

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October 29, 2014
Rapid Wide Area Mapping Capability in Serenity 1.1 Robotic Aircraft

OTTAWA, Ont., Oct. 27, 2014—ING Robotic Aviation, Canada's leader in robotic aircraft sensing solutions, is pleased to announce the launch of the next version of itsSerenity fixed wing robotic aircraft system equipped with a wide area rapid mapping capability.

Serenity 1.1, an extended range and long endurance platform, has many advanced features. The main update is the addition of a customized commercial mapping payload. Using a 36 Megapixel aerial imager the Serenity can now perform 2D and 3D aerial mapping. Unlike any other fixed wing technology, this system has the capability to map vast amounts of land in a single 8 hour flight.

"This is an excellent capability for our customers," states Ian Glenn, CEO of ING Robotic Aviation. "I am very pleased with the hard work our technology team has put in to make this a reality."

Some of the other features of the system include a new tracking antenna system and a customized ground control station.

ING Robotic Aviation delivers robust, flexible, cost effective aerial sensing solutions and much more. We developed our skills through extensive operational unmanned aircraft system (UAS) surveillance work with the Canadian military. From these beginnings with military systems, we are now providing commercial services with robotic aircraft including mapping, inspections and monitoring in North America and other regions. Our clients are getting the right information in the right hands in a timely manner, while also discovering whole new uses and capabilities for robotic aviation. We are at the forefront of a disruptive technological and operational change, focused on reinventing aviation.

Comments are closed.