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SkyIMD

October 15, 2014

SkyIMD Fuses Manned, Unmanned Aircraft Technologies on California’s Largest 2014 Wildfire

SAN CARLOS, Calif., Oct. 15, 2014—SkyIMD combined UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) and manned aircraft technologies on the Happy Camp Complex wildfire to reduce workloads and increase team effectiveness in ways previously not possible. SkyIMD installed a lightweight UAV gimbal on a normal manned Air Attack aircraft. Live in the cockpit, wildfire visualization (see video) provided: 1)

October 3, 2014

SkyIMD’s New Manned UAVs Cost Half of UAS with No Restrictions

San Carlos, Calif., Oct. 2, 2014—Cessnas flown solo as manned UAVs are inherently less expensive than unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), and are legal in all airspace. Equipped with the same unmanned aerial systems (UAS) sensors, the manned UAVs on large commercial missions will:     Operate at a lower cost per mile, or per acre     Have longer