Ariel Scooper Drone pulls Toyota Tundra
Drone America's Ariel Scooper Drone pulls Toyota Tundra, the only thing missing was a Space Shuttle.
Nevada Governor Sandoval visits Drone America
December 5, 2013
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval toured the Drone America facility on Thursday in Reno, Nevada as part of a campaign to visit local businesses in the area. Sandoval was greeted by Drone America CEO and President Mike Richards as well as several engineers of the company. “Everything you see here is made in Nevada, including the Ground Control Station trailer,” said Richards. As the Governor walked through the facility, several local agencies including the Desert Research Institute and University of Nevada Reno voiced support for the company and the technology for research and disaster management.
Drone America continues to pioneer applications that can provide a positive impact on everyday lives
Efforts to coax a little extra punch out of the Sierra’s winter storms could soon involve the use of drones, with the unmanned aircraft potentially offering significant benefits when it comes to boosting the region’s water supply and putting more snow on its ski slopes. Click to Read More
Drone America selects Battlefield International
"Drone America selects Battlefield International fuel couplers for all internal combustion engine powered UAS fuel systems.
In 2013 Battlefield International completely focused on the Aerospace market and to free up the required machine time to develop a brand new product for the aerospace and general industry.
Drone America is excited to be one of the first North American UAS manufacturers to introduce Battlefield’s new game changing dripless quick connect fluid coupler in several sizes from 1/8" to 3/4" nominal flow diameters. Among our product selections will be the world's smallest dripless, flush-face design shown in the Products section of Battlefield website."