Cell coverage provided by drones, sUAS conflicting with aerial applicators, controlling swarms with your mind, another package delivery milestone by Flirtey, a drone pilot is arrested, and using drones to find old land mines. News Better cell service for responders when COWs fly AT&T uses Cell On Wheels (COW) equipment to temporarily add cell capacity […]

Recently a new aerial threat has emerged: multirotor drones, or quadcopters. They are cheap, easy to operate, and the largest

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While the fictional ships have a variety of propulsion mechanisms, these are all quadcopters, ones that can hit speeds up

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July 22, 2016

Propel Star Wars Quadcopters

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Licensed quadcopters based on the 74-Z speeder bike, the Millennium Falcon, the T-65 X-Wing and the TIE Advanced X1. Each

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The MQ-25 Stingray UAS, Star Wars drones, an Amazon patent for sUAS flight decks, Customs and Border Protection solicitation for small drone studies, how drones might make the future of aviation brighter, an arrest for a drone flight, new geofencing firmware, and Facebook laser drones. News Amazon patents special drone housing in the sky Amazon […]

3D Robotics Inc. became a staple brand in the drone industry through its work to serve the do-it-yourself and recreational user, but now the company believes it has created the complete drone hardware, software and support system for commercial users

U.S. Sens. Mark Warner, D-Va., and Tim Kaine, D-Va., have announced that the National Science Foundation has awarded nearly $1 million from to multiple Virginia schools to develop programs creating a UAS operator workforce.

The event will unite commercial end-users with commercial manufacturers and operators, researchers, payload providers, platform designers and multiple leaders spearheading UAS expansion.

Boeing’s new Collaborative Systems Laboratory is finding ways to have unmanned air, ground and marine systems work collaboratively to accomplish difficult tasks.

Posting videos on YouTube of questionable UAS activities probably isn’t the best way of testing the FAA’s regulatory authority.