The company previously warned the FAA that it would move more of its Prime Air R&D outside the country if it did not gain adequate authorization.
U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., along with state, local and university officials, has dedicated Robin Hall, the newest addition to the University of North Dakota’s (UND) John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences. The new building will primarily support unmanned [Read More]
In collaboration with The InfoAg Conference, held Aug. 2-4 in St. Louis, senseFly and Pix4D are teaming up to offer a technical workshop on using unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for precision agriculture. Taking place Aug. 4 from 1:00-4:30 p.m. at [Read More]
The Palaszczuk government of Queensland, Australia, has invested AUD $1 million (approximately $750,000) in drone technology. The government expects 100 new aerospace industry jobs to be created in Queensland as a result of the investment. The state government is providing [Read More]
On Tuesday, Aug. 2, the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) says it will be “celebrating the potential” of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) technology by hosting a drone-focused workshop. According to a White House blog, the “Workshop [Read More]
As part of its latest funding round, the U.K.’s Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has awarded 15,000 British pounds to Liverpool-based Lacy Roofing to train its staff on how to operate unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). CITB – sponsored by the [Read More]
Toronto-based Deveron UAS Corp., a drone data service company for agriculture, has received a standing Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC) to deploy its unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba as a restricted operator for complex operations. Under [Read More]