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    Commercial Fixed Wing UAV Drone

    UASUSA Unmanned Aircraft Systems

    Unmanned Aircraft Systems

    Drones for the Common Good

  • Agricultureslide

    UASUSA Unmanned Fixed Wing Drones

    Agriculture

    Soil Moisture | Crop Health | Livestock Location

  • Emergencyslide

    UASUSA Unmanned Fixed Wing Drones

    Emergency

    Search & Rescue | Forest Fires | Floods | Earthquake

  • Scienceslide

    UASUSA Unmanned Fixed Wing Drones

    Science

    Atomospheric Research | Glacial Ice Movement

  • Mappingslide

    UASUSA Unmanned Fixed Wing Drones

    Mapping

    Point Clouds | Digital Surface Models | Accurate Area Calculations

  • Utility

    UASUSA Unmanned Fixed Wing Drones

    Utility

    Power Lines | Pipe Lines | Wind Farms | Water Ways

UAV's are increasingly used for domestic police work in Canada and the United States. On the commercial side, aerial surveillance of large areas is made possible with low cost UAV systems. Surveillance applications include livestock monitoring, wildfire mapping, pipeline security, home security, road patrol, and anti-piracy. The trend for the use of UAV technology in commercial aerial surveillance is expanding rapidly with increased development of automated object detection services.

UASUSA Aircraft

The Tempest

The Tempest

The Tempest emerged from the latest trends in state-of-the-art sailplane flight profile, resulting in a sleek and streamline design. The Tempest possesses dynamic performance, something critical in the emerging civil drone market. It is fully autonomous, with point-and-click waypoints on a remote tablet, and has a very user-friendly interface.

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The Recon

The Recon

The Recon was constructed and designed to offer a clear payload view, with the motor and propeller system aft of the payload. It is smaller and more versatile than many drones, yet robust enough for harsh environment operations. The wingspan is 2.3 meters. An affordable, versatile, and flexible drone for a multitude of uses.

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