AT&T’s flying COWs, or cell on wings, would be mounted on drones that fly over areas where cell sites have been knocked out.
Kansas appoints its first Director of Unmanned Aircraft Systems, and Utah proposes legislation to ‘neutralize’ drones over wildfires by jamming their signals or shooting them down.
The Fish and Wildlife Service could soon be using UAS to drop vaccine-coated food pellets to black-footed ferrets in Montana.
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The Federal Aviation Administration has released its much anticipated rules for small, commercial unmanned aerial systems.
Bluefin Robotics’ SandShark combines core vehicle systems with a modular payload area and an open development platform.
An official from Customs and Border Protection urged lawmakers to help speed rules to allow the use of small drones for border surveillance.
The Federal Aviation Administration released information detailing the cities, states and ZIP codes of small drone owners who have registered unmanned aerial vehicles.
The Federal Aviation Administration recently evaluated the FBI’s unmanned aerial system detection system in a commercial airport environment.
Drone manufacturer AeroVironment will work with flight management service provider SmartC2 for the October beyond-line-of-sight unmanned aircraft system traffic management system tests.
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