FIDAE 2016 shows the novelties of Everis & Embention

As every two years it has been performed the most important event on aerospace, defense and security in Latin America, the FIDAE (International Fair of Air and Space). This fair was held in Chile from 29th March to 3rd April 2016, at the Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago de Chile.

With the course of time, FIDAE has proved to be the aerospace business center and the most relevant fair in the region. This is a great influence exposition in the decision making of research, development and investment in the zone; becoming the best showcase for major brands and a meeting point between their managers.

With more than 30 years of existence, FIDAE shows the most advanced technologies available in the following areas:

  • Civil Aviation and Commercial.
  • Defense.
  • Aerospace Maintenance.
  • Airports maintenance and services.
  • Space Technology.
  • Homeland Security.

FIDAE 2016 Everis and Embention exposition

Products displayed by Everis and Embention in FIDAE

In FIDAE, Everis has exhibited its most innovative products, such as the Veronte Autopilot from Embention, together with other UAV and aeronautic products. During FIDAE the attendees were able to observe these products at the Everis Aerospace and Defense booth in the pavilion of Spain.

Veronte Autopilot is a high performance professional guidance kit, capable of providing autonomous flight capabilities to all kinds of drones, UAVs, UAS and RPAS. This autopilot has already been used in various Everis projects, as by example the Miura project, a precision guidance kit for artillery rockets. The Miura is the result of a large R&D development that combines aptitude of inertial guidance and GPS satellite positioning.

Likewise, Tucan UAV was able to be known in FIDAE 2016, a new UAV manufactured by SCR, developed with the most rigorous design specifications and the use of composite materials, a UAV including hand launch for take-off, being functional, lightweight and versatile.

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