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UAS-Based Soil Integrity Measurements Ensure Solid Ground For Remote Runways

Boulder, Colorado-based Black Swift Technologies, developers of rugged dual-use uncrewed aircraft systems (UAS) designed for extreme tasks, recently received a $1.3M2-year Direct to Phase II (D2P2) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) award from the AFWERX to revolutionize remote airfield operations through UAS-based soil integrity mapping. Learn more in my latest eBrief contribution.

Topics: Black Swift Technologies, SBIR, AFWERX, soil integrity, sensors, soil moisture, airfield operations

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