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Kongsberg Geospatial  

  • Booth: 3026


Welcome to Kongsberg Geospatial

Kongsberg Geospatial creates real-time software for mapping, geospatial applications, and situational awareness. Their products are deployed in solutions for Unmanned Systems, Command and Control, and air defense. Kongsberg Geospatial has built a reputation for delivering dependable performance under extreme conditions for mission-critical systems.


 Press Releases

  • Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS enables a single operator to control multiple Flirtey Eagle drone delivery systems simultaneously for Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) Operations.

    Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial, developer of the TerraLens Geospatial Soft Ware Development Kit (SDK), and Flirtey, the pioneer and a leader in the commercial drone delivery industry in the US, announced today that the Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS airspace situational awareness application has been implemented by Flirtey within their autonomous software platform that conducts BVLOS autonomous flight operations.  Flirtey has conducted more than 6,000 flights to date.

    Flirtey recently announced that it had completed the technology to certify and expand U.S. production of its best-in-class autonomous drone delivery system for last-mile delivery. Flirtey's technology solves the last-mile delivery problem with faster, lower cost, and more convenient delivery, which takes vehicles off the roads, reduces CO2 emissions and increases the overall safety of the transport system.

    The Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS airspace visualization technology enables multiple drones and sensor feeds to be monitored simultaneously by a single remote operator and provides real-time calculation of aircraft separation and communications to enable BVLOS operations. Built on Kongsberg Geospatial’s industry leading TerraLens SDK,  IRIS provides advanced real-time 2D and 3D visualization of all airborne track and weather data, as well as cues, alerts and warnings to enable a single operator to monitor the complex airspace environment.

    "Flirtey is now taking pre-orders for its autonomous drone delivery systems, which enable businesses to operate their own logistics by providing store-to-door drone delivery to their customers to unlock lower delivery costs and billions in potential new revenue. The Kongsberg IRIS technology is a key part of Flirtey's best-in-class technology for last-mile drone delivery, and Kongsberg Geospatial’s experience powering Air Traffic Control Systems worldwide, as well as U.S. and Australian Navy combat systems give Flirtey and our customers great confidence," said Flirtey Founder and CEO Matthew Sweeny. Flirtey is focused on completing the FAA’s certification process, in addition to scaling its operations in New Zealand (where the company’s technology already has regulatory certification) and expanding US production of delivery drones to meet growing demand.

    “We’re very pleased to be working with an industry leader in UAS last-mile delivery like Flirtey” said Ranald McGillis, President of Kongsberg Geospatial. “We’ve worked closely with them to implement our technology and their FAA certification will be a testament to their world leading capabilities.”

    To learn more about Kongsberg Geospatial, visit their website at www.kongsberggeospatial.com.

    ENDS ###

    About Kongsberg Geospatial: Based in Ottawa, Canada, Kongsberg Geospatial (https://kongsberggeospatial.com)  creates precision real-time software for air traffic control, UxS and military situational awareness. The Company’s products are primarily deployed in solutions for air-traffic control, Command and Control, and air defense.  Over nearly three decades of providing dependable performance under extreme conditions, Kongsberg Geospatial has become the leading geospatial technology provider for mission-critical applications where lives are on the line.  Kongsberg Geospatial is a subsidiary of Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace.

    Media contact: 1-800-267-2626 or reach us by email at info@kongsberggeospatial.com

    About Flirtey: Flirtey is an aerospace technology company and U.S. drone delivery manufacturer that sells full-stack drone delivery hardware and autonomous software systems. Flirtey is the pioneer of the commercial drone delivery industry, with a mission to save lives and improve lifestyles by making delivery instant for everyone. The company first made history in 2015 when it conducted the first ever FAA-approved drone delivery. In the years that followed, Flirtey has gone on to become the first company to perform an autonomous drone delivery to a home, the first company to perform a commercial drone delivery, and the first company to pioneer AED drone delivery in the U.S. Flirtey has worked alongside NASA, the City of Reno, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, emergency medical services provider REMSA, and various commercial partners to create the best-in-class drone delivery system for last-mile delivery. Learn more at www.flirtey.com.

  • Kongsberg Geospatial will be providing IRIS UxS airspace awareness capabilities for Canadian drone manufacturer Pegasus Imagery.

    Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial, developers of the TerraLens Geospatial Software Development Kit (SDK), and Pegasus Imagery Ltd. an aerospace company developing advanced autonomous aircraft and sensor systems, announced today that they have signed an MOU to word together to advance the development of safe, autonomous Unmanned Aircraft.

    Pegasus designs, manufactures and operates autonomous Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to deliver Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) solutions at scale for industry and government.  Equipped with proprietary Detect-and-Avoid (DAA) sensor systems, Pegasus aircraft are able to safely operate in shared airspace with manned and unmanned aircraft to collect and deliver scalable, on-demand, data solutions.

    Pegasus Imagery’s technology includes the Autonomous Airspace Awareness System (A3S) – a Detect and Avoid sensor system that uses airborne radar and other sensors to autonomously avoid potential hazards like birds, other drones and manned aircraft; a Moisture & Icing Detection Alert System (MIDAS) that provides early detection and pilot notification of icing conditions and buildup for manned aircraft; and their own autonomous aircraft, the PV-02 Eos.

    Pegasus Imagery also conducts Beyond Visual Line-of-Sight (BVLOS) flight operations, providing photogrammetry, LiDAR and enhanced Full-Motion Video (FMV) surveys for government and industrial clients. Their flight missions range from infrastructure surveys of power transmission lines, to surveillance of forest fires.

    Pegasus will be implementing Kongsberg Geospatial’s IRIS UxS airspace situational awareness system as a navigational system for their Beyond Visual Line-of-Sight flight operations, and as part of their PV-02 Eos autonomous aircraft system.

    "Kongsberg has a deep history delivering mission-ready solutions like IRIS UxS for enhanced airspace management in the most challenging environments”, said Cole Rosentreter, CEO of Pegasus Imagery.  “Integrating these capabilities with our aircraft and onboard DAA systems will expand the safety and situational awareness essential for routine operations in integrated airspace."

    The Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS airspace visualization technology enables multiple drones and sensor feeds to be monitored simultaneously by a single remote operator and provides real-time calculation of aircraft separation and communications to enable BVLOS operations. Built on Kongsberg Geospatial’s industry leading TerraLens SDK, IRIS provides advanced real-time 2D and 3D visualization of all airborne track and weather data, as well as cues, alerts and warnings to enable a single operator to monitor the complex airspace environment.

    Kongsberg’s IRIS UxS has been deployed in a wide range of applications for BVLOS flight operations, including drone delivery and oil and gas infrastructure surveys.

    “We’re very pleased to be working with an industry innovator like Pegasus” said Ranald McGillis, President of Kongsberg Geospatial. “We’ve worked closely with them to integrate our technology with their PV-02 Eos platform.”

    ENDS ###

    About Kongsberg Geospatial: Based in Ottawa, Canada, Kongsberg Geospatial (https://kongsberggeospatial.com)  creates precision real-time software for air traffic control, UxS and military situational awareness. The Company’s products are primarily deployed in solutions for air-traffic control, Command and Control, and air defense.  Over nearly three decades of providing dependable performance under extreme conditions, Kongsberg Geospatial has become the leading geospatial technology provider for mission-critical applications where lives are on the line.  Kongsberg Geospatial is a subsidiary of Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace.

    Media contact: 1-800-267-2626 or reach us by email at info@kongsberggeospatial.com

    About Pegasus: Pegasus (https://www.pegasusimagery.ca/) is an aerospace technology company based in Alberta, Canada developing the safest unmanned aircraft in the world to transform access to real-time, actionable intelligence for industry and government. They are a team of military veterans, engineers and aviation experts building the technology tools necessary to turn today's biggest challenges, into intelligence-driven, safer, operations. Pegasus is a 2020 NASA iTech semi-finalist and currently holds Transport Canada approvals for BVLOS operations, including in Uncontrolled Airspace supporting commercial and government customers.

    Media contact: info@pegasusimagery.ca


 Products

  • IRIS UxS
    UAS Ground Control Station for BVLOS...

  • IRIS UxS is an airspace situational awareness system developed to provide Unmanned Systems (UAS, UUV, USV) operators, with the necessary situational awareness to safely operate Unmanned Systems Beyond Visual Line-of-Sight (BVLOS). The platform presents users with 2D and 3D map and terrain data, aeronautical information such as aerodrome locations, obstacles and airspace, and real-time data from sensors, cameras, and weather data sources - all integrated within a single, common operating picture display that’s easy to use, and customizable on a per-mission basis.
  • MIDAS
    UAS Sensor Data Exploitation...

  • MIDAS™ (Modular ISR Data Analysis and Storage) is a near real-time system for processing and sharing Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, (ISR) sensor data for UAS and other Unmanned Systems (UxS). MIDAS provides a simple, powerful interface for reviewing and comparing real-time, near real-time and historical sensor data, including full-motion video (FMV). With MIDAS, UAS operators can analyze sensor data; view it in a temporal context; and even have access to AI tools for tasks like full-motion video analysis without having to wait for data to be transferred to headquarters for analysis. This allows operators to develop actionable intelligence from sensor data at the forward edge, where it's needed the most.

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