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Air Force Awards Black Swift Technologies Contract for Development of Software Capable of Predicting UAS System Failures Before They Happen - Black Swift Technologies
March 2, 2021
System Uses Unsupervised Machine Learning for Anomaly Detection Boulder, CO - (March 2, 2021) - According to a study by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the U.S. Air Force "Remotely Piloted Aircraft" (RPA) or "Unmanned Aircraft Systems" (UAS), represent a low cost, high mission capable asset when compared to manned airplanes.
NOAA Awards Black Swift Technologies Contract to Develop GPS-Denied Navigation - Black Swift Technologies
January 18, 2021
Enabling Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) Operations for UAS in GNSS-Denied Environments Boulder, CO - (January 18, 2021) - With nearly 95,000 miles of domestic coastline, NOAA's National Geodetic Survey faces a daunting task.
Black Swift Technologies Addresses NASA's Expanded Interest In Exploration of Venus' Clouds - Black Swift Technologies
September 15, 2020
Black Swift Technologies was awarded a NASA contract to design an aerial vehicle capable of conducting upper atmospheric observations of the planet Venus. The planetary aerial vehicle being proposed is based on dynamic soaring, a proven method to extract energy from atmospheric shear that has propelled the fastest small-scale aircraft in the world, and provided the energy necessary for long-endurance low-level flights of birds across oceans.
AI and Machine Learning Enable Black Swift Technologies' Emergency Safe Landing Functionality - Black Swift Technologies
September 9, 2019
Enabling a UAS to autonomously identify a safe landing area in the event of a catastrophe-a key enabler for safe beyond line of sight flights. (BST), a specialized engineering firm based in Boulder, CO, announced today its revolutionary Automated Emergency Safe Landing (AESL) functionality for UAS.
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