Boomerang Fly-Over for ANZAC Day
Apr 26, 2018
Nova Systems Co-Founder and Chairman, Jim Whalley recently contributed to the South Australian ANZAC Day remembrance march with a unique Fly-Over in his Boomerang Interceptor.
Footage courtesy of Channel 9 News Adelaide
Nova Systems highlighted as a key company in the global unmanned traffic management market
Apr 13, 2018
The unmanned traffic management market is estimated to be USD 538.2 million in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 1,960.6 million by 2025, at a CAGR of 20.28%
NEW YORK, April 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The increasing need for unmanned traffic management solutions to manage the rising drone operations and the increasing investments for UTM solution development are the major factors driving the unmanned traffic management market.
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The unmanned traffic management market is estimated to be USD 538.2 million in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 1,960.6 million by 2025, at a CAGR of 20.28% from 2018 to 2025. The unmanned traffic management market is anticipated to witness strong growth over the next few decades on account of the increasing need for safe and efficient unmanned aircraft operations. The increasing adoption of unmanned aircraft in commercial applications is further expected to boost the market growth from 2018 to 2025.
Based on component, the services segment is estimated to lead the unmanned traffic management market in 2018.
Based on component, the services segment is estimated to lead the unmanned traffic management market in 2018. The growth of this segment can be attributed to the increased use of UTM services in various application areas, such as weather, flight information, emergency response, network & connectivity, and communication.
Based on solution, the communication infrastructure segment is estimated to lead the unmanned traffic management market during the forecast period.
Based on solution, the communication infrastructure segment is estimated to lead the unmanned traffic management market during the forecast period. The growth of this segment is driven by the varied use of communication infrastructures, such as data link communication, wireless communication, drone-to-drone communication, and data exchange, for the safe operation of unmanned air vehicles.
Based on end-use, the surveillance & monitoring segment is estimated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
Based on end-use, the surveillance & monitoring segment of the unmanned traffic management market is estimated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. This growth can be attributed to the rise in the deployment of UAVs for surveillance & monitoring.
Based on type, the persistent segment is estimated to lead the unmanned traffic management market from 2018 to 2025.
Based on type, the persistent UTM segment is estimated to lead the unmanned traffic management market from 2018 to 2025. This growth can be attributed to the rise in the need for drones for commercial applications such as vehicle traffic monitoring.
North America is estimated to lead the unmanned traffic management market in 2018, and is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
North America is estimated to lead the unmanned traffic management market in 2018. North America is a major hub for the commercial drone industry, and the increasing investments in the development of UTM solutions by government agencies and private players from the US and Canada are expected to boost the market growth from 2018 to 2025.
The break-up of the profile of primary participants in the unmanned traffic management market:
• By Company Type: Tier 1 – 35%, Tier 2 – 45%, and Tier 3 – 20%
• By Designation: C-Level Executives– 35%, Manager Level – 25%, Others – 40%
• By Region: North America – 45%, Europe – 20%, Asia Pacific – 30%, Rest of the World – 5%
Key companies in the unmanned traffic management market include Management Frequentis (Austria), Leonardo Finmeccania (Italy), AirMap (US), Altitude Angel (UK), Thales Group (France), Harris Corporation (US), Skyward IO (US), Lockheed Martin (US), Nova Systems (Australia), Unifly (Belgium), and PrecisionHawk (US).
The report analyzes the unmanned traffic management market on the basis of component, (hardware equipment, software tools, and services) wherein services is further divided into security services, flight services, and information services; solution (communication infrastructure, navigation infrastructure, surveillance infrastructure); end-use (agriculture & forestry, logistics & transportation, surveillance & monitoring); type (persistent, non-persistent) and region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World).
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Media Release | Nova Systems awarded Defence Innovation Hub Contract
Mar 5, 2018
Nova Systems has been awarded a Defence Innovation Hub contract for the Technology Demonstration of a full scale high speed, unmanned Mobile Target System that is capable of significant stand-off control, on sealed, unsealed and off roads.
The agile high-speed target intends to represent real operational scenarios where engagement can happen from any direction to enhance precision lethality training and testing for air and land-based Defence personnel.
Named as one of Australia’s Most Innovative Companies, Nova Systems has been developing the concept through an internal Innovation Project aimed at enhancing its Test & Trials service offering.
Commenting on the contract award, Nova Systems Group Chief of Capability & Strategy Nick Kemp said “This is an exciting project for our innovation team. We have put a lot of thought into adapting commercially available all-terrain vehicles, for Unmanned applications. This option could provide Defence a low cost, expendable, high speed option that enhances their operational training and testing’.
Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne provided a release stating, ‘The Defence Innovation Hub is a key initiative of the Turnbull government bringing industry and Defence together to undertake collaborative innovation activities from concept through to introduction into service’. Click here to view the original release.
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Media Article | Make-A-Wish grants moon flight for 4yo Dwayne Franke
Mar 1, 2018
Qantas and Nova Systems recently contributed to a ‘Make a Wish‘ experience for 4 year old Dwayne, by providing many space items and a Rocket!
Make-A-Wish grants moon flight for 4yo Dwayne Franke who lives with epilepsy
After almost a year of planning, a four-year-old South Australian boy has had his wish to travel to the “moon” fulfilled.
Dwayne Franke experiences daily seizures and his medication is unable to control his epilepsy.
It means in the past year alone, he has been in hospital more than a dozen times.
Last night — after some pretty extensive planning — the Make-A-Wish Foundation granted that wish.
Donning an orange space suit, his parents took him to Adelaide Airport, where he was greeted by Darth Vader and Stormtroopers and issued a special ticket.
Dwayne got to sit in the cockpit of a specially-prepared QantasLink plane before the big flight, then took his seat in the main cabin as it “blasted off”.
In what seemed no time at all, the space adventurers arrived at the “moon” to a lunar landscape — created in an airport hangar from rocks, tonnes of sand and special visual effects.
And just as the four-year-old suspected, aliens and superheroes including Spiderman and Batman, really do live on the moon.
Dwayne even got to plant a special flag in the sandy surface of the moon before making his return flight to Earth.
Dwayne’s mother Rebecca described it as an “incredible experience”.
She said her son had been distracted from recent medical treatment by the excitement of telling hospital staff he was about to head to the moon.
“They were trying to put in a drip and, between seizures and through all the hurt, he was trying to tell the nurses about going to the moon,” she said.
“It is something that is distracting him from what he’s going through at the moment.”
She said he was “absolutely elated after the experience”.
“He looked at the moon early this morning and said ‘I went there last night!’ It has been the most wonderful experience and our family will be forever grateful to Make-A-Wish and Qantas for making our little boy’s dream come true.”
Qantas manager at Adelaide Airport Paul Newman praised his staff who volunteered their time.
“It’s been heart-warming to see Qantas employees from all over volunteer their time to make Dwayne’s wish come true,” he said.
“It’s really been all hands on deck to make this a reality.”
Make-A-Wish chief executive Sally Bateman said granting such dreams helped sick children and their families in tough times.
“Our wishes are about taking critically-ill children like Dwayne on a journey that creates a long-lasting impact and gives strength and hope,” she said.
Almost a year of planning went into the expedition, which started when he was given a moon lamp to keep next to his bed.
He also got regular letters from an astronaut and worked hard to design the flag he finally planted on the lunar surface.
(Image Supplied: Make A Wish)