As the July 4 holiday approaches, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is reminding residents and visitors to Washington, D.C. that the city and surrounding communities are a “No Drone Zone.” Continue reading
NASA, working with government and industry partners, is testing a system that would make it possible for unmanned aircraft to fly routine operations in United States airspace. Continue reading
What happened to Dan Mouneimne’s step daughter boils down to what could be considered troublesome use of technology. She was sitting outside of a downtown Tampa bar, when a drone started hovering around her. It followed her to her car, and then crashed into the roof. Continue reading
The market of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and its economical impact is developing rapidly. In comparison to international development Germany stays behind its possibilities. There is a need of standardization, integration and security of implementation in order to support and secure market growth.
The pilots, who have been flying together for more than 17 years, used every ounce of that experience as they descended to a height of just 1 metre above the ground to fly through a hangar measuring just 7.6 metres high, at more than 160 knots (185 mph).
At the French Ministry of Defence’s booth in the Paris Air Show, the French Defence Procurement Agency (DGA) proudly displayed what will soon be the crown jewel of the French air force’s aircraft fleet: an armed drone designed in collaboration with the UK that is expected to assist its fighter jets by 2030. Continue reading
Aurora Flight Sciences announced that from June 12-15, 2015 the company’s Centaur optionally piloted aircraft (OPA) flew multiple unmanned flights from Griffiss International Airport in Rome, New York.