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Where Birds and Planes Collide, a Winged Robot May Help

New York Times: Where Birds and Planes Collide, a Winged Robot May Help

The bird, apparently a female falcon, wheels into view 100 feet over Edmonton International Airport,flapping her wings — hunting behavior. She pursues a flock of starlings, which scatter into the safety of the woods. The falcon is majestic, graceful and resolute. She is also a machine...

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AERIUM Goes Beyond Visual Line of Sight

In late May, our team worked together with Sensefly and Spatial Technologies to conduct beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) testing at the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) range located in Foremost, A.B.. Foremost is one of the only places in Canada with airspace dedicated to...

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Robotic bird to patrol skies by Edmonton’s airport – Global News

Global News shows viewers a live demo of the Robird, the latest technology in Edmonton International Airports' wildlife management program.  AERIUM Analytics lead pilot, Justin Quesnel, explains just how this incredible robotic bird operates. Watch Video...

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It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Robird – CBC News

CBC News' video journalist, John Robertson, joins AERIUM to learn more about the Robird and how this new technology is the latest in wildlife management at the Edmonton International Airport.  Watch a live demonstration of the Robird by Justin Quesnel (AERIUM) and Pilot, Ramon Wind. Watch...