European Comission & GSA
everis Aerospace, Defence and Security leads the consortium of companies that will develop the GAUSS project of the GSA (European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency).
PLATFORM AND PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT
In the last two decades SCR has developed projects for the design and manufacture of unmanned platforms for first-rate partners and customers.
Global UTM Association, ENAIRE and everis ADS
Drone traffic-management (U-Space) and its integration with conventional air traffic management, held within the framework of the annual conference of the Global UTM Association (GUTMA).
SCR's air and ground target drones were the systems chosen by the Spanish Armed Forces for the 2018 Dardo training exercise, organized by the Air Force's Combat Air Command (MACOM).
The General Department of Armament and Material (DGAM) of the Spanish Ministry of Defence launched the Rapaz Project with the aim of evaluating Class I RPAS systems
GAS PIPELINE INSPECTIONS
Everis ADS led the inspection of 100 kilometres of gas pipeline using the UAV Tucan and multispectral, visual and thermal cameras.
WIND FARM INSPECTION
Everis ADS inspected the blades of the wind turbines to find defects that might affect their operation and efficiency. The wind turbines on the wind farm were inspected for incidents
In 2018, energy-efficiency and heat-loss evaluations were carried out on the premises of TORO, a company specialising in industrial processes.
The SUNNY project aimed at developing a solution or system capable of improving the effectiveness of EU border surveillance
European Defence Agency (EDA)
everis ADS has led the EDA EORF project to advance in the definition of a standard architecture for fitting sensors in RPAS.
OPERATIONS IN COMPLEX AIRSPACES
SCR and everis ADS
SCR and everis ADS have carried out pilot campaigns in environments as complex as Algeciras Bay, including flights over the anchorages of the Port Authority of Algeciras Bay (APBA).
School of Telecommunication Engineering of the University of Vigo
R+D+i project developed within the School of Telecommunication Engineering of the University of Vigo, in which real tests were carried out for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles for civil use.