NASA recently field-tested its UAS traffic management system for low-flying drones in rural environments.
Industry experts recently explained to lawmakers how unmanned aerial systems technology can ease the challenges of integrating drones into the national airspace.
The FAA task force established to make recommendations regarding a registry for small unmanned aerial vehicles delivered its final report.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Northeastern University will each receive an R5 robot and funding to research improving its autonomy.
The Bureau of Prisons recently released a request for information for assistance in protecting prisons from aerial intrusions of drones supplying contraband to inmates.
The FAA’s 25-member task force will develop recommendations for a streamlined registration process by Nov. 20.
PrecisionHawk’s LATAS platform combines radar, satellites and cell networks, offering a consolidated interface for tracking and monitoring drone activity within the national airspace.
While detecting drones can be a challenge, thwarting them once discovered can be even more difficult.
The Department of Transportation and Federal Aviation Administration aim to have a web-based registration portal for privately owned unmanned aerial vehicles up and running before Christmas.
The Office of Naval Research successfully tested a series of unmanned underwater systems, including robotic arms that neutralize undersea mines.
The Army is mounting robotic controls to construction equipment to clear overgrowth and unexploded ordnance to make room for a new live-fire test range.
As more unmanned systems take to the air, government missions remain a distinct minority.
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