Automated drone authorizations, remote identification and dynamic airspace management are essential for integrating unmanned systems into the national airspace.
The Army is developing a way to generate electricity for drones by beaming a laser onto a photovoltaic cell.
The technology used to connect cell phones to wireless earbuds could used by law enforcement to identify and track drones.
Although federal, state and local agencies can buy drone deterrence equipment, the technology comes with a slew of regulatory and legal considerations, federal and private aviation law experts said.
Under the UAS Integration Pilot Program, San Diego's Fire Department is testing a telepresence and data management platform that allows officials to livestream video from unmanned aerial systems and manage data related to drone flights.
Army Research Laboratory scientists are teaching robots to learn how to navigate environmental features following examples provided by humans.
New technology will allow unmanned aerial systems to communicate telemetry information over an LTE network.
Police are turning to unmanned aerial vehicles to take high-resolution photos for creating 3D models used by crash investigators.
San Diego is combining its drone research with smart city efforts.
The Nevada Drone Center of Excellence for Public Safety aims to reduce air hazards from drones as they are integrated into the commercial air traffic system.
The Bureau of the Fiscal Service is expanding its blockchain and robotic process automation projects.
Governors can position their states as leaders in AV testing and adoption, a new report from the National Governors Association says.