JBUAS has deliverd the impressive UgCS Pergam Falcon TDLAS system to a UK client for use on methane survey projects in 2022. The volume of required work in 2022 is expected to triple, and further systems will be ordered to meet these expectations via a framework arrangement.
SPH Engineering have released their UgCS LIDAR Software for UAV-based mapping – UgCS EXPERT. The UgCS LIDAR toolset unlocks the full potential of LIDARs making
remote sensing most effective with no human errors. This toolset builds on the UgCS Pro software and gives you everything you would expect from that package and more.
Drone Methane detection: Viridor is demonstrating its ambition to tackle climate change by supporting the development of new technologies for measuring and reporting methane emissions across its UK landfill sites.
JBUAS partners Coptrz: JBUAS has finalised a long-term co-operation agreement with the UK’s leading drone technology provider, Coptrz. At the start of 2021, JBUAS and COPTRZ signed a long-term co-operation agreement that would see both partners work together to increase the awareness of geophysical sensors systems and how they can be deployed on projects.
JBUAS has received a letter of intent for a range of geophysical sensor systems for use by the an organisation working directly with governments in the Middle East. This project includes the provision of training and project support.
JBUAS announces a new training course for mastering automated UAV drone missions. The fully approved and certified UgCS Training Course ensures students can confidently configure and safely fly, effective automated missions.
Representatives from several police forces recently attended a drone sonar technology morning organised by JBUAS in the heart of the Nottinghamshire countryside.
JBAUS are now offering customers full UgCS equipment for Hire. This service provides an alternative to an equipment purchase.
Neil Gentleman-Hobbs who was responsible for developing some of the fastest growing companies has come onboard to provide investment and knowledge to the JBUAS project.