DARPA wants technologies and tactics to manage drone swarms in diverse, evolving urban situations.
The UAS Integration Pilot Program seeks applicants to help it solve the technical, regulatory and policy challenges of integrating drones into the national airspace.
The Trump administration has issued plans for accelerating the integration of unmanned aerial systems into the national airspace.
Teams from the Army, Navy and Air Force are testing software that will eventually enable drones to autonomously coordinate attacks and respond to challenges by opposing swarms of enemy aircraft.
The three-hulled, 132-foot-long Sea Hunter can operate on its own to find enemy submarines or mines, using algorithms to help it see other sea traffic and follow the rules of maritime navigation.
NASA Shared Services Center has automated the creation of personnel cases in its human resources system for new hires and position transfers.
The top layer solution creates a mesh communication network among the robotic vehicles, enabling a convoy to instinctively follow its designated leader and providing a resilient communications network that can function in urban and subterranean environments.
Murfreesboro became the first city in Tennessee to earn a Federal Aviation Administration certificate of authorization to fly unmanned aircraft systems.
Intercar communication, coupled with the involvement of road sensors on the highway and in the on-ramp, can ensure not only that individual vehicles are safe but also that the entire traffic system functions efficiently.
An agreement with NASA will support the development of a 50-mile test corridor and a facility to certify the cybersecurity and air worthiness of drones.
CyPhy Works' tethered drone can hover 400 feet above the ground for extended surveillance, disaster response and other missions.
Drone authorizations and operations kicked into high gear in the weeks following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.