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AeroVironment Featured on Engineering TV

August 10, 2009
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AeroVironment’s Nano Air Vehicle Featured on G4TV

August 05, 2009

Real Flying Saucers, Supersonic Fighters, and Battle Birds

Sometimes the things we see in action movies are real. No, really! Check out these actual military forces like a flying saucer prototype, the supersonic F35C Lightning II stealth fighter and a nano air vehicle modeled after a hummingbird. Don't get any crazy ideas about becoming a movie action hero.

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AeroVironment Delivers Near-Megawatt Scale Electric Vehicle Test System to Department of Defense for Advanced Vehicle Testing

August 04, 2009
Delivery of "AV-800" Marks the Introduction of 800 Kilowatt Testing Solution

MONROVIA, Calif., Aug 4, 2009 --" AeroVironment, Inc. (AV) (NASDAQ:AVAV) delivered its first AV-800 , a high-power, heavy-duty, near-megawatt scale electric vehicle (EV) test system to the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) in Warren, Michigan for advanced vehicle testing.   -> View More

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AV Featured in the LA Business Journal - These Firms Keep Things Interesting

August 04, 2009
I was thumbing through Forbes magazine a few weeks ago, and came across an article about AeroVironment Inc. The story was about how the Monrovia company is developing an explosive so it can add a lethal punch to its little drone aircraft that are popular with American soldiers in Afghanistan.   -> View More

Drone Aircraft Market Surges In U.S.

July 30, 2009

The U.S. Air Force on July 23 released a report detailing the potential future use of unmanned drones as bombers, cargo transports and in attacking "swarms." The market for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) has surged over the last decade, driven by proven operational successes in Iraq and Afghanistan and by Israel's extensive usage. The total UAS market (air vehicles, ground control equipment and payloads) is expected to be worth $55 billion through 2020.

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How Robot Drones Revolutionized The Face Of Warfare

July 24, 2009

Barely an hour's drive from the casinos of Las Vegas, a group of unassuming buildings have become as important as the trenches were to WWI. The big difference? Today's warriors are fighting without getting in harm's way, using drones to attack targets in Afghanistan and Pakistan

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Fast-Charging EVs: Time to Get Down to Business

July 24, 2009

You may never have heard of California-based AeroVironment (founded in 1971), but it?s the company that brought you the first version of the General Motors EV-1, and a whole host of ultra-cool sun-powered lightweight racers, including the Solar Challenger and the Sunraycer.

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UAV Ravens Keep An Eye In Iraqi Skies

July 23, 2009

KIRKUK - Launching an unmanned aircraft by throwing it in the air really hard might not sound too technologically advanced, but with surveillance equipment and auto navigational systems on board, these easily-deployable UAVs can be the difference between life and death on the battlefields of Iraq.

This aircraft, known as a "Raven," is operated by two Soldiers here with the 1st Cavalry Division, who use it as an "eye in the sky" around the base.

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Fleet Of Spy Planes Gives U.S. ‘An Edge’ In Afghan Mission

July 22, 2009

U.S. forces in Afghanistan are relying more than ever on surveillance aircraft as they seek out insurgents, from cutting-edge drone technology to the venerable U-2 spy plane, according to interviews and information released at USA TODAY's request.

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In The Driver’s Seat Of An Electrified Future

July 21, 2009

For Kristen Helsel, all roads lead to electric chargers - political, social and technological roads, that is. And electric cars will be on those roads.

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