European Space Agency’s Business Incubation Center at TUS Expo & RoboBusiness Europe

By |March 14th, 2017|Aerospace, Data, Drone, exhibitor, Space|

We are 'over the moon' to announce that ESA BIC Noordwijk, part of the Technology Transfer Program of the European Space Agency, will be exhibiting at TUS Expo & RoboBusiness Europe, 19-21 April next in World Forum The Hague, NL. The ESA BIC initiative was started 13 years ago to help entrepreneurs and start-ups to [...]

Munich’s Institute for Cognitive Systems to exhibit at TUS Expo and RoboBusiness Europe

By |March 7th, 2017|Application, Data, Education, exhibitor, Research, Robot, Unmanned|

We are very pleased to have The Institute for Cognitive Systems from Munich, Germany,as an exhibitor at TUS Expo and RoboBusiness Europe at the World Forum in The Hague. About the ICS: The Institute for Cognitive Systems deals with the fundamental understanding and creation of cognitive systems. As our research interests fall in line with the [...]

Karen Kraan- Sam speaks about Unmanned Systems and Intellectual Property at TUSE Conference

By |January 8th, 2016|Data, Drone, Speaker, The Hague|

With a focus on patents, this presentation will give an overview of intellectual property rights concerning unmanned systems. Even if you’re not planning to get your own patent, investors often require due diligence to prevent patent infringement. Moreover, who owns the data that your drone may gather? More about the presentation? Click here Register here for [...]

Engineered Propulsion Systems Unveils Advanced Diesel Engine for Unmanned Systems

By |December 29th, 2015|Data, Research|

Engineered Propulsion Systems (EPS) has announced details of their latest diesel aviation engine, the Graflight, which uniquely leverages the strength and stiffness of Compacted Graphite Iron (CGI), together with a ‘flat V’ engine design, to establish a new benchmark for general aviation applications. Based on a CGI cylinder block, the 4.3 litre, eight-cylinder design results [...]

TUSExpo is happy to welcome The Dutch Fire Service as exhibitor at TUSExpo 2016.

By |December 23rd, 2015|Application, Data, Drone, exhibitor, Regulation, Research, Software, Surveillance, Unmanned|

The Netherlands Fire Service; one programme, six task areas The Netherlands Fire Service is the organisation under which all the Dutch fire brigades work together, headed by the Board of Fire Chiefs (Raad van Brandweercommandanten). This board consists of the 25 fire chiefs of the security regions. The board has an executive committee with a [...]

Topcon and Agisoft sign partnership agreement for UAS photogrammetric software

By |December 15th, 2015|Data, Unmanned|

Exhibitor on TUSEXpo 2016 Topcon Positioning Group announces a new partnership with digital photogrammetric solution provider Agisoft LLC. The agreement is designed to further expand the Topcon solutions portfolio for mass data collection (MDC). Agisoft is a world leader in the processing of digital imagery in order to generate high-accuracy 3D spatial data using photogrammetric and computer [...]

“How geospatial information can make sense out of Big Data”, Presented by Mr. Han Wammes-1Spatial

By |December 2nd, 2015|Data|

If organisations would understand the importance of qualitative good geospatial information and how it can be used, they would appreciate its added value. We all understand that it’s useful for creating maps and location-based services, but not many people realise the real added value; adding context to be able to make sense out of data [...]

“The importance of correct data”, Presented by Mr. Wilko van der Velde, TTW-Systeem B.V.

By |December 1st, 2015|Agriculture, Application, Data|

Data collection is booming, but how to find useful data to use in agriculture? To find useful data we need to have precise references and knowledge of application. Which sensors are desired and what are the specifications? Which time period is interesting for sensing in agriculture. About In agriculture Wilko is searching for the most [...]

Ocean Optics’ Spectrometers to be used in Aerial Study of Volcanic Emissions

By |October 16th, 2015|Aerospace, Data|

Ocean Optics has sponsored a team of volcanologists on a mission to study volcanoes in the South American Andes, providing Flame miniature spectrometers and accessories. The “Trail by Fire” project, funded by a grant from Land Rover and the Royal Geographical Society, will attempt to quantify the total amount of volatile chemical elements released by [...]

U of M to Develop World’s Smallest Solar-Powered Unmanned Air Vehicle

By |September 29th, 2015|Aerospace, Agriculture, Application, Data|

The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of $1,525,000 to a UMN team led by Prof. Nikos Papanikolopoulos to develop the world's smallest solar-powered unmanned air vehicle (UAV) capable of multi-day flight. Equipped with environmental sensors, the solar powered UAV will facilitate optimal energy production by wind, maximal crop yield on agricultural landscapes, and [...]