Did you know that Australia has over 1800 Aerodromes (Airports, Airfields, Helipads, Sea Plane Landing Sites, etc)? Are you aware you are restricted from flying within a certain range of these Aerodromes?
To assist with your hobby flying, we have created an application for Web, iPhone, iPad and Android (coming soon) which will show you the local aerodromes (airports, helicopter landing sites, etc). As part of CASA's "Are you Flying in Control" rules, you must fly outside of 3nm (5.5km) of aerodromes. If your location falls within a circle, you must not be flying here.
CB Aerospace is a consulting and research and development company based in Queensland, Australia.
We provide sensing and automation solutions serving a number of industry sectors including aerospace, mining, agriculture, academia and motorsport.
BLKTATU is a drone delivery system that allows drones deliver to anyone without the need for a yard.
A few years ago we knew that drone deliveries were going to be a real thing in the not too distant future.
When we saw Amazon and Google attempts at delivery we could tell that it was not complete. How was anyone living in an apartment going to receive drone deliveries? We knew that a solution to complement their systems was going to be needed.
Skyborne Technologies is creating innovation within the space of UAVs. Our goal is to design and manufacture UAV platform to provide a product available for both consumers (hobbyist) and commercial business.
Our Research and Developments focus its developments products to overcome several limitations existing within current UAVs.
The Australian Research Centre for Aerospace Automation (ARCAA) is a world-leading Queensland University of Technology (QUT) research facility based in Brisbane, Australia.
Here at ARCAA we conduct research into all aspects of aviation automation, with a specific focus on autonomous technologies which support more efficient and safer utilisation of airspace and the development of autonomous aircraft and on-board sensor systems for a wide range of commercial applications. We pride ourselves on the ability to transform leading edge research concepts to flight-tested reality.
Currently, and into the future, the technologies being explored at ARCAA will be integrated into civilian manned and unmanned operations, and will be implemented across a variety of sectors including agriculture; mining and resources; emergency services; building and construction; energy and creative industries. The application of automation technologies will provide time and cost efficiencies to these sectors.
We are currently the only Queensland university to hold a UAV Operators Certification (UOC) providing us with the unique ability to flight test research concepts and to continue to collect valuable data during flight testing operations.
Research projects include:
- Plant Biosecurity
- Detect and avoid
- Smart Skies
- Automated Emergency Landing
- Infrastructure and Asset Management