FEATURED PROJECTS

In this section you can find a list of the most relevant Research and Development projects in which CATUAV has participated since 2000:

REALITY

REALITY Year: 2019 to 2021. Project type: Horizon 2020. Participants: 5 Enterprises and 1 Research Organisation. The goal of REALITY is to promote the use of EGNOS for safe drone operations, in the short term and in the context of the EU drone operations vision, the U-Space. For this, REALITY will map navigation performance and safety requirements –i.e., into accuracy, availability, continuity & integrity– and analyze to what extent EGNOS-based drone navigation systems meet them. REALITY works upon ...
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DRONNEA

DRONNEA Year: 2018 to 2019. Project type:Private R&D project. Participants: 2 Enterprises. ANNUNZIA is a company in the advertising market that holds more than 80 billboards distributed alongside the Catalonia region. With a large customer base, the ANNUNZIA management team in 2017 defined a new advertising media with an expected great impact in the public, specially designed for the summer season. This new ad-media idea was based on UAVs acting as banner tugs. CATUAV signed a R&D ...
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LONG ENDURANCE MULTISENSOR UAV

LONG ENDURANCE MULTISENSOR UAV Year: 2017 to 2018. Project type: Private R&D project. Participants: 2 Enterprises. A private customer (currently covered by an active NDA) presented us a Request For Information regarding a special development project for a small UAV intended to cover great surfaces, long endurance and with the maximum available payload, in a high payload/total mass ratio. Our Engineering department designed a new class electric powered UAV capable to transport three sensors at once, boarding high ...
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RAWFIE

RAWFIE Year: 2016 to 2018. Project type: Horizon 2020. Participants: 6 Enterprises, 5 Research Organisations, 1 Public Body, 1 Industrial Cluster and Open Calls including 29 entities. RAWFIE (Road-, Air-, and Water- based Future Internet Experimentation) is a project funded by the European Commission (Horizon H2020 programme) under the Future Internet Research Experimentation (FIRE+) initiative that aims at providing research facilities for Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The project introduces a unique platform across the space and technology by ...
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MAPKITE

MAPKITE Year: 2015 to 2017. Project type: Horizon 2020. Participants: 8 Enterprises and 2 Research Organisation. MapKITE project has materialized a new mobile, terrestrial and aerial, geodata collection and mapping paradigm. Geodata acquisition in mapKITE is accomplished by a tandem terrestrial-aerial mapping system based on a terrestrial vehicle and on an unmanned aircraft, both equipped with remote sensing payloads. In the mapKITE paradigm, the UA (Unmanned Aircraft) follows the TV (Terrestrial Vehicle) at an approximate constant flying height ...
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