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UAV Navigation, a leading developer of flight control avionics and motion processing solutions, announces that it will sponsor a plane at the Reno National Championship Air Races and Air Show from Wednesday 9 thru 15 September 2013.
 
Guillermo Parodi, UAV Navigation's CEO and co-founder, will once again be piloting the aircraft. Plane nº36, callsign 'N-A-RUSH', is a Cassutt Special III, a single-seat monoplane racer designed in the United States in 1951 by ex-TWA captain Tom Cassutt.
 
Aug 03rd, 2013
UAV Navigation, a leading provider of UAV avionics, announces that it will supply UTSL with flight control systems for naval target drone applications. The UAV avionics were a key element in UTSL's winning bid to supply targets to the Navy of an important Asian customer.
 
With this deal, UAV Navigation further strengthens its position as the world's leading independent supplier of target avionics.
 
Jun 26th, 2013
UAV Navigation, a leading developer of flight control avionics and motion processing solutions, announces that it will be supplying its unbeatable ATOM AHRS (Attitude & Heading Reference System) module for AvMap to bundle with its EKP V Aeronautical GPS.
 
Jun 01st, 2013
UAV Navigation, a leading vendor of flight control avionics and motion processing solutions, announces the release of its ATOM integrated motion processor with embedded sensor fusion stack. It is the outcome of more than 8 years of motion and flight control experience.
 
Oct 10th, 2012
UAV Navigation, a leading vendor of flight control avionics and motion processing solutions, announces its sponsorship of a plane competing in the Reno National Championship Air Races and Air Show in September 2012. The pilot will be Guillermo Parodi, UAV Navigation’s CEO and co-founder. Like most of the planes taking part in the Formula One category, his plane, callsign “N-A-RUSH”, is a Cassutt Special III, a single-seat racer designed in the United States in 1951.
 
Jun 18th, 2012
UAV Navigation, a leading vendor of flight control avionics and motion processing solutions, today announced that Burt Rutan’s Boomerang twin-engine, asymmetric plane has been fitted with an Electronic Flight Instrument System(“EFIS”) which will run on its AP04OEM2 Attitude and Heading Reference System (“AHRS”) / Inertial Navigation System (“INS”).
 
Jan 10th, 2012

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