Agri Owl 200

UAS Europe recently went to UAE, to train our customer, Elite Agro LLC, on how to operate the Agri Owl 200 system with the Sequoia sensor. It was a two day course that took place at the Elite Agro farm outside of Abu Dhabi, UAE. The outside temperature was over 45 degrees Celsius and the UAV performed well despite the hot weather conditions.

We practiced preflight preparations, launching and landing the aircraft, as well as planning and executing map/search regions using the Sequioa sensor. The attendees passed the training with good results and they gained enough confidence to perform flights on their own after the training. 

The customer is using a Agri Owl 200 equipped with Sequioa sensor and can take multispectral images as well as well as 16 mega pixel RBG images.

UAS Europes Operator training program is based on a combination of theory and practice developed trough years of experience training UAV Operators. The training starts in the classroom where we learn how to navigate the GCS Software and the autopilot interface and we continue with training in our simulator. We then start looking at how to handle the aircraft in terms of how to prepare for the equipment before flight, how to assemble and disassemble the aircraft and so on. After that we move outdoors to perform the real flight training.



Institute of Oceanology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Burgas municipality, and Black Sea Basin Directorate – Varna, has successfully implemented the project: Marine litter, eutrophication and noise assessment tools - MARLEN. The project was partially completed using a specially adapted Spy Owl 200 unmanned aircraft system developed and manufactured by UAS Europe AB, Linköping, Sweden. For further information see:


MARLEN Video Link <Click Here>




We are happy to announce that UAS Europe will attend to IDEX 2017, February 19-23, Abu Dhabi, UAE. We will have a representative on site 21-23 February in the booth hosted by our partner DST Control.

You are more than welcome to visit booth 09-C03, for a demonstration of our ground control station software SkyView GCS.

For further information please visit:

SkyView GCS

A typical flight test day at UAS Europe. -5 degrees Celsius and nice calm weather out at the Flight Test field. This time we tested our new algorithm for automatic loiter landing. The new algorithm allows EasyPilot 3.0 (our autopilot) controlled UAV's to minimize the required landing area. This is done by circulating around the landing point and at the right moment, at the right altitude, land the UAV in a safe way using a laser altimeter. We performed several fully autonomous flights with a landing accuracy of +/- 3 m. The EasyPilot 3.0 still offers previous auto landing modes such as left leg (6 waypoints), right leg (6 waypoints) and straight landing (3 waypoints). This new Loiter landing feature will be standard on all our Spy Owl 200 UAV's in the future.




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