502 views, By Ainstein Inc.
The SRD-D1 smart radar sensor comes in at about the size of an iPhone 5
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The world's lightest, smallest UAV radar altimeter is getting a lot of attention! Ainstein has just announced full PX4 flight stack support with its UAV radar altimeter - US-D1.
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Norma Evans soared the skies in Kansas in a fully restored 1942 Boeing Stearman biplane, courtesy of Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation
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A new center at the University of Kansas will focus on expanding addiction treatment with the assistance of a $2 million gift.
821 views, By Ainstein Inc.
When the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) sought public and private partners across the country to help craft rules to enable new applications of drones, Ainstein answered the call.
389 views, By Ainstein Inc.
Ainstein Inc., through its sister company Aerotenna, has received approval for use of the Technical Conformity Mark (also known as Giteki mark) in Japan for its μLanding™ Compact Altimeter.
375 views, By Ainstein Inc.
The way agriculture works is changing rapidly, thanks to modern technology. Acclaimed radar sensing technology company Ainstein Inc. joins this new agricultural revolution, with the announcement of its High Precision Crop Monitoring Drone.
167 views, By USOH
Hindus are upset at the exclusion of Asian-Americans from the "Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Strategic Plan" for the University of Kansas (KU) College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
1186 views, By Ainstein Inc
Ainstein is proud to announce the availability of evaluation samples for Ainstein 77 GHz Automotive Safety Radar, Kanza-77, a new generation automotive radar sensor built with Ainstein's cutting edge radar technologies.
360 views, By Arcadia Publishing
Local author Paul Thomas will be available to sign copies of book
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With the help of our Event Sponsor and multiple others who donated their time the Mario V Chalmers Foundation raised more than $20,000 for the Mario V. Chalmers Foundation and Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence.