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Target Arm Announces Next Generation Tular v3.5 - Autonomous Drone Operations On-the-Move
New Technology includes hands-free operations, collapsible breech for reduced height, modularity and all day battery operations.
By: Target Arm Inc.
Next generation features include extreme precision localization sensors and algorithms, a Sensor Fusion Engine, a collapsible breech, vastly reduced system height, line replaceable unit (LRU) design, all-day battery/silent operations, GPS denied and emissions controlled, autonomous launch and recovery while on-the-move. Altogether, Tular v3.5 provides hands-free drone launch and recovery operations from 0 to 65+ mph.
CEO Jeff McChesney stated, "this next generation Tular is a giant leap forward on our technology roadmap. Many of the features we've included have come directly from customer feedback on how they want to use Tular to deploy and utilize their drones without having to stop and setup for launch and recovery. They want to use their drones as an additional tool with simple one-button operations and zero piloting skills – Tular enables that and more all while on-the-move."
This Tular will directly feed into existing R&D contracts being conducted for the DoD today for convoy protection and a C-17 Arsenal Aircraft, as well as new solutions such as Autonomous Package Delivery trucks for our commercial partners and Autonomous Remote Combat Vehicles with rapid fire, lethal magazines of drones/UAVs onboard. All while on-the-move. https://youtu.be/
Target Arm is the leading robotics provider for drone launch and recovery systems while on-the-move. (https://www.targetarm.com) Combining our extreme precision localization software with our Sensor Fusion Engine, Target Arm enables new mobility solutions for both military and commercial customers (Army vehicles, C-17 Arsenal Aircraft, convoy defense, package delivery, Oil & Gas inspections, energy, wind farms, first responders, etc.). Target Arm is a graduate of the 2020 Air Force Accelerator Powered by Techstars, the 2020 Endless Frontier Labs Accelerator and is a resident at MassRobotics in Boston.