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Intelligent Autonomous UAS talk from NASA

This may be old-hat to some, but a quick search didn't detect this article and coming from NASA and dealing with Intelligent Autonomous UAS, I thought I'd share.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTxT-fbCleA ;See More
Mar 18, 2015
Matthew commented on Thomas J Coyle III's blog post Secret Service: Drone that crashed on White House grounds was being used recreationally
"Wait a second, Doesn't the DJI have no-fly zones already in the flash-rom? How did it take off any where near the WhiteHouse in the first place? "
Jan 27, 2015
Matthew commented on Team Tiltrotor's blog post Prototype Tiltrotor Development using APM 2.5
"T.T. - Something like Bell's QuadTiltrotor. IMHO, that seems to be the way package drones will probably end up. "
Dec 2, 2014
Matthew commented on Team Tiltrotor's blog post Prototype Tiltrotor Development using APM 2.5
"Awesome job guys.  I really believe this will be the way businesses will end up implementing their drone business. It's just the best use of the battery resources and safer if an engine cuts out in airplane mode. It's my wish that…"
Dec 1, 2014
Matthew replied to Edgar Scott's discussion Should we put an end to requiring a traditional Tx for Multicopters? in the group ArduCopter User Group
"If you've got the math and developers skills to teach the Pixhawk to introduce the two extra motors in their configurations, you should be able to get it to accept the two pusher motors.  Start…"
Nov 26, 2014
Matthew replied to Edgar Scott's discussion Should we put an end to requiring a traditional Tx for Multicopters? in the group ArduCopter User Group
"@Chim: Well said Much better than my earlier knee-jerk reaction. I am by trade, an IT Developer of said laptops, tablets and smartphones, so the issues with bugs, crashes and hacking are things I am all too well aware of and, in fact, I do relate to…"
Nov 25, 2014
Matthew replied to Edgar Scott's discussion We should put an and to the Transmitter for Multicopters in the group ArduCopter User Group
"Ah Edgar....no. theres no way in h-e-double-hockey-sticks the FAA or Congress will ever allow that. Remember, you are essentially talking about making cruise missile tech even easier. Even the military requires pilots at a stick. Not a quad piloted…"
Nov 22, 2014
Matthew replied to Mark Aylward's discussion Choice and use of Flight Modes in the group ArduCopter User Group
"Wait, what?!? - From your other posts, and asking this kind of question, you sound like a photographer, who is not really an r/c airplane hobbiest and hasn't flown before. If that's not true, then just please ignore what's coming…"
Nov 14, 2014
Matthew commented on Janis Kuze's blog post Probably first 3DR Quad received ICAO 24-bit address
"None too soon - http://news.yahoo.com/ap-exclusive-drone-sightings-dramatically-082903678--politics.html. This sort of thing needs to be integrated into the drone industry, so some knuckle head trying to see how high he can go doesn't get…"
Nov 13, 2014
Matthew commented on Jonathan Meringer's blog post Hobbyist Friendly, Autonomous Drone...
"It may be late in your development cycle, but can you add a tethered option, with and without power, for the drone? Even if not now, maybe in later versions, having a power tether option would help in keeping it aloft longer, taking the battery…"
Nov 4, 2014
Matthew commented on Marco Sterk's blog post Air Traffic Control for Drones - MIT Technology Review
"So the answer is "Food", when someone asks: "What do you want to eat today?"."
Oct 23, 2014
Matthew commented on Winfried Rijssenbeek's blog post Update of the man drone project
"Speaking of paragliders, is it feasible to consider a paraglide type parachute at this stage for control on descent?"
Oct 21, 2014
Matthew commented on Marco Sterk's blog post Air Traffic Control for Drones - MIT Technology Review
"If y'all don't mind I'd like open for discussion air-traffic control inside a city. Like the ubiquity of cars, there will be just simply too many of these things running around for a handful of controllers to handle well. I really…"
Oct 20, 2014
Winfried Rijssenbeek left a comment for Matthew
"Spring this year! "
Oct 16, 2014
Matthew left a comment for Winfried Rijssenbeek
"How far are you from a test flight?"
Oct 16, 2014
Matthew commented on Greg Dronsky's blog post Footbal match stoped because of a quadcopter
"And here we go...  http://www.suasnews.com/2014/10/31847/english-leagues-ask-for-guidance-amid-fears-of-copycat-drone-stunts/  They're going to ask about electronic, physical countermeasures and industry-placed safeguards in the…"
Oct 16, 2014

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Intelligent Autonomous UAS talk from NASA

Posted on March 18, 2015 at 10:00am 0 Comments

This may be old-hat to some, but a quick search didn't detect this article and coming from NASA and dealing with Intelligent Autonomous UAS, I thought I'd share.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTxT-fbCleA ;

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At 2:13pm on October 16, 2014, Winfried Rijssenbeek said…

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