Rather than integrating drones into current processes to gain efficiencies, agencies should identify unique problems the unmanned technology can solve.
The Federal Aviation Administration wants partners to help develop the data sharing capabilities required to remotely identify small unmanned aircraft systems in controlled airspace.
Artificial intelligence can be enlisted for prosaic chores like monitoring infrastructure that can save governments time and money.
To ensure that emergency response teams using drones can all perform basic maneuvers, NIST has developed test methods that measure both the capabilities of drones and the skill of their pilots.
Rather than asking humans to adapt to their nonhuman teammates, developers should design technology to serve as a good team player.
The Angler program proposes an underwater robotic system that autonomously surveys the sea floor and can physically manipulate manmade objects.
In new details released on its urban air mobility challenge, NASA says participants should from a consortia to share data.
ROV-E is an open-source project that high school science classes and others interested in engineering can use to build robots themselves.
Congress wants a report on the spectrum bands unmanned aerial systems should use.
The National Governors Association has a released a roadmap to help states leverage new opportunities and stay ahead of the advancing technology.
NASA's simulations are helping the agency understand what a future drone traffic management system will look like.
Looking 25 years into the future, DOD's domain-agnostic approach focuses on interoperability, autonomy, network security and human-machine collaboration.