Check us out being featured as part of an Aviation Business article in the July/August edition.

Just shy of 10 years ago, a group of researchers, industry and government representatives from Queensland gathered in Brisbane. With ripples of interest emerging around the use of unmanned aircraft for civilian purposes, the group’s discussion focused on ways to tap into the greatest minds in avionics and robotics to develop the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sector – one that promised to revolutionise the commercial aviation market as it expanded beyond the traditional bounds of the military…

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  • Aviation Business August - Queensland sets the pace in UAS stakes
  • Aviation Business August - Queensland sets the pace in UAS stakes
  • Aviation Business August - Queensland sets the pace in UAS stakes
  • Aviation Business August - Queensland sets the pace in UAS stakes