800 square miles around Cape May Airport certified for drone operations

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Cape May County has obtained a Certification of Authorization (COA) to operate drones, or unmanned aviation systems (UAS), in an 800 square mile airspace around the Cape May Airport, officials announced last week. County Director of Economic Development Carole Mattessich introduced David Yoel from American Aerospace Technologies, Inc. (AATI), who … Continue reading 800 square miles around Cape May Airport certified for drone operations

American Aerospace and 5G Wireless Networks

From Bloomberg Business Week, Feb. 16, 2017:  The fast-growing drone industry is eagerly awaiting the advent of 5G. Most unmanned craft store video-and-mapping data from their flights onboard, then download it after landing. With 5G, drones will be able to beam high-definition video while in flight. That would allow fire departments, for instance, to dispatch … Continue reading American Aerospace and 5G Wireless Networks

American Aerospace CEO David Yoel Discusses Next-Generation Airborne Patrol at the American Petroleum Institute Inspection Summit

New Airborne Sensor Systems Are More Intelligent, More Alert, More Cost- Effective GALVESTON, TX and CONSHOHOCKEN, PA - With renewed interest in the safety and security of the nation’s oil and gas pipelines and other energy, transportation and telecommunications infrastructure, regular and reliable safety inspection and monitoring operations have never been more important. “Advanced airborne enterprise systems … Continue reading American Aerospace CEO David Yoel Discusses Next-Generation Airborne Patrol at the American Petroleum Institute Inspection Summit

American Aerospace Completes 1st-ever Drone-Based Hurricane Response Exercise

Long Endurance Drones Deliver Wireless Communications and Real-Time Mapping   CAPE MAY, NJ (October, 17, 2016) – American Aerospace Technologies, Inc. (AATI), the pioneer in long range drones for civilian applications today announced that it successfully tested drone-based wireless communications and real-time mapping for improved hurricane response. In another first for AATI, the company successfully flew … Continue reading American Aerospace Completes 1st-ever Drone-Based Hurricane Response Exercise

Drone Tests Focus On Post-storm Possibilities

Posted: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 5:45 am Press Release ERMA – Long before Hurricane Matthew began its destructive swirl up the eastern seaboard, Cape May County’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) and the Division of Economic Development joined in efforts to further new drone-based technology tools designed to help first responders during significant weather events … Continue reading Drone Tests Focus On Post-storm Possibilities

Air: the next frontier for the Internet of Things

Verizon sets path forward for Airborne LTE Operations Published by Verizon | October 6, 2016 New York – The Internet of Things (IoT) is taking flight at Verizon. The company today announced its strategy to drive innovation and wide-spread adoption for in-flight wireless connectivity through its Airborne LTE Operations (ALO) initiative. Two years in the … Continue reading Air: the next frontier for the Internet of Things

Airport hosts drone testing

By Halle Parker | Published 1:22 pm Thursday, July 21, 2016 Unmanned aircraft systems — commonly known as drones — weighing up to 160 pounds with a 12-foot wingspan were tested at the Farmville Regional Airport this week, led by Virginia Tech’s Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership (MAAP) in collaboration with American Aerospace Technologies Inc. (AATI). Virginia … Continue reading Airport hosts drone testing