SEATTLE, WA. (June 22, 2017) – This month, Ryka UAS will begin working on a wetland restoration project with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). With 28 populations of salmon and steelhead listed as threatened or endangered due to habitat loss, Ryka UAS has been brought on to help evaluate the wetland restoration processRead more…
Canadian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) company Aeromao Inc. recently demonstrated beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) capabilities by flying an Aeromapper Talon to a target located 30 kilometers (approximately 18.6 miles) away from the operators. The crew ventured 2,800 meters above sea level in the Andes Mountains of South America. The UAV, using a long-range […]
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The FAA has announced that the first meeting of the UAS Identification and Tracking Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC) “advanced key policies of concern to the FAA, industry and law enforcement.” The ARC was formed to bring stakeholders together to address the issue of remote drone ID and tracking. Potentially, ID and tracking solutions could assist […]
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In occasione della festa del 4 luglio, conosciuta come Indipendence Day dal popolo americano, la Federal Aviation Administration, ha emesso alcuni video e comunicati per invitare i cittadini a festeggiare, ma non usando i propri droni. In particolare u…
A rogue drone has been blamed for two runway closures and the diversion of five flights at Gatwick Airport in the U.K. yesterday. The BBC reports that Sussex Police are investigating a reported drone sighting that caused the problems. “Runway operations at Gatwick were suspended between 18:10 BST and 18:19, and again from 18:36 to […]
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Last week, the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) hosted “Droids and Drones,” a free program offering deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students the opportunity to learn more about unmanned aircraft systems. According to the university, 27 students from across the South attended the program, which was offered via the Rochester Institute of Technology National […]
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Nashville-based GEO Jobe, a geographic information system (GIS) software and solution provider offering unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) mapping services, recently completed a project for the West Wilson Utility District (WWUD), which provides water for roughly 20,000 residents and businesses in Wilson County, Tenn. According to the company, Wilson County, like much of middle Tennessee near […]
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A press release by Parrot through realwire #### Launched In 2016 In The US, Parrot Education Is Now Expanding Worldwide With Programs For Primary, Secondary, Higher Education, Field Researchers And Developers. Parrot Strengthens Its Collaborations With Renowned EDU Players Parrot Education has been created by Parrot to support academic and non-profit institutions to enable the use of … Continue reading Parrot Extends Its Education Offer Worldwide And Builds New Collaborations With Major Players →Read more…
The folks at AirVuz recently spoke with Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer who flies FPV freestyle in cities across the country during the baseball season. Here is their interview. from AirVuz Bauer flies FPV freestyle in cities across the country during the baseball season. Often, though, he flies by himself. While in Chicago earlier this […]
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