SkEyes Unlimited designs, integrates, and commercializes off-the-shelf LADAR systems for colorized three-dimensional terrain mapping, stabilized wide field-of-view cameras for situational awareness and teleoperation safety, and autonomous planning, navigation, and control systems for unmanned aerial vehicles. Founded in 2003 by faculty members of CMU’s Robotics Institute, SkEyes is a prime contractor or subcontractor on many U.S. Army-sponsored robotics projects. The company owns a fleet of several Yamaha RMAX unmanned helicopters which are deployed for such diverse demonstration tasks as airspace route deconfliction, UAV obstacle and collision avoidance, aerial mapping, and UAV planning and control. SkEyes researchers’ domains of expertise include vision systems, lasers, inertial and satellite-based navigation, planning, control, dynamic modeling, real-time operating systems, embedded software and firmware, electronics, and mechanical design. SkEyes’s main development and flight facilities are located near the city of Zelienople, PA, 30 minutes north of the Pittsburgh high technology hub.