Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) will be the most dynamic growth sector of the world aerospace industry this decade, more than tripling in the next decade, a new market research by the Continue readingpredicts.
Schiffer Publishing has just published Enter the Drones: The FAA and UAVs in America, which is available now in the United States., and will become available soon in the UK. The book examines the FAA’s early experience and regulatory treatment of unmanned aircraft for civilian and commercial purposes in the United States. Continue reading
In 1976 the NASA Ames Research Center commissioned Lockheed Missiles & Space Company for a study called Civil Uses of Remotely Piloted Aircraft. The 328 page study is available online and paints a picture of what these unmanned aircraft were at that time. Continue reading
By 2022, the United States is projected to spend less than half the worldwide total on UAS research and development, as other countries — principally in Asia — step up production of own unmanned aircraft, according to a report by national security consulting firm Forecast International.
A global social network designed and built specifically for both hobbyist and professional multi-rotor operators has been launched. DronedUp.com is completely free and allows members to share their aerial photos and videos, create and join groups, follow others, and eventually even buy and sell equipment.
The total market value for electric unmanned aircraft systems will reach over one Billion dollars by 2023 according to findings in the new IDTechEx report, Electric Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) 2013-2023.