uAvionix has announced that Beluga, a state-of-the-art family of drones designed by Italian company Eurolink Systems, has completed its integration of various avionics from the uAvionix certifiable low-SWaP ecosystem, including the George G3 autopilot, microLink CNPC radio system, and truFYX EXT GPS.
Beluga is a new generation of small UAS (sUAS), the result of 3 years of design and development with a strong focus on State-of-the-Art technology available for each vital component. The Beluga sUAS is designed to perform a wide variety of tasks including medical transportation, precision farming, search & rescue, and last-mile delivery.
The system will include the uAvionix George G3, a CubePilot-based autopilot designed to DAL-C safety standards, and the truFYX EXT GPS which will provide its customers with the highest quality avionics at an incredibly low Size Weight and Power consumption (SWaP) at a low cost. Beluga will soon include the ability to operate on skyLink C-band CNPC radios, fully integrated with George.
“In our desire to focus on being best in class for Design, Noise, AI, Capabilities, Robustness, and usability for demanding profession customers, we identified a few partners to help us meet these challenging requirements,” said Pietro Lapiana, President of Eurolink Systems. “uAvionix showed technology, competence, and support at the highest levels. We are proud to use uAvionix technology inside”.
“uAvionix is proud to see another high-quality OEM in Eurolink Systems adopt our certifiable technology”, said Christian Ramsey, President of uAvionix. “The uAvionix ecosystem helps best in class designs such as Belugadrone meet the demands of professional users and will significantly enhance the ability to obtain safety and operational approvals for all its envisioned use cases”.
Source: Press Release
This story republished from https://www.uasvision.com/2022/05/02/italian-drone-to-embed-uavionix-george-autopilot-and-cnpc-ecosystem/
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