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URSA is honored and excited to receive two AFWERX  SBIR Phase I awards. The first award is for our 18.2 proposal “Force Protection C-sUAS” that advances the development of URSA’s UAV forensics as a service offering. The second award the 18.3 proposal “A Target Drone System for CUAS Validation and Testing” will enable CUAS customers and users to evaluate the effectiveness of CUAS offerings...

A data firm startup led by a Fletcher alum investigates unmanned aerial vehicles to understand how they and other autonomous systems work By Taylor McNeil November 5, 2018 Drones are becoming ubiquitous—they help bridge inspectors examine otherwise inaccessible spaces, monitor crop health for farmers, and assist search and rescue teams. They are also...

Boston -- Ten Techstars companies, including URSA pitched to hundreds of investors, entrepreneurs, and industry experts on Friday, April 20 at 12:30 pm EDT at the The Westin Copley Place Hotel in Boston. The event, Demo Day, is the culmination of the three-month mentorship-driven accelerator program where each company showcases...

Posted By: Jane Edwards The U.S. Air Force has teamed up with technology accelerator Techstars to look for startups with novel platforms that work against hostile unmanned aerial systems as part of the AFWERX program, Government Executive reported Thursday. The AFWERX program aims to facilitate collaboration with the private sector and academic institutions to develop novel technology systems designed to help...

Defense One February 1, 2018 BY PATRICK TUCKER TECHNOLOGY EDITOR A new kind of investor-innovation partnership may help speed emerging technology to the front lines. Weaponized off-the-shelf drones are a growing problem for U.S. troops, in part because commercial tech moves faster than the Pentagon programs that aim to counter it. So four U.S. Air Force captains took...

The U.S. military is committed to moving faster to get high technology into the field, according to several speakers at the opening day of AUVSI Unmanned Systems Defense. Protection. Security in Maryland. “We need new unmanned systems, fast,” said Lt. Gen. Robert Walsh, commanding general, Marine Corps Combat Development Command. The USMC...

MSAB and Kovar & Associates Agree to Partner on Drone Forensics Work By Press 6 December 2017 MSAB and Kovar & Associates announced today that the two companies have signed an agreement to work together to expand the drone forensics capabilities offered by MSAB. David Kovar, president and founder of Kovar & Associates, is recognized...

MSAB and Kovar & Associates Partner On Drone Forensics Work MSAB and Kovar & Associates have announced a new partnership agreement to work together to expand the drone forensics capabilities offered by MSAB. David Kovar, president and founder of Kovar & Associates, is recognized as a leading expert on drone forensics. He will...

STOCKHOLM – Dec. 6, 2017 — MSAB and Kovar & Associates announced today that the two companies have signed an agreement to work together to expand the drone forensics capabilities offered by MSAB. David Kovar, president and founder of Kovar & Associates, is recognized as a leading expert on drone forensics....