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Law Limits Police Drone Operations in Utah

Posted by UAO Staff on April 11, 2014

A bill signed into law by Gov. Gary Herbert, R-Utah, places limits on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) by state law enforcement agencies. According to S.B.167, a warrant is needed in order for law enforcement agencies to gather [Read More]

Drone Delivers Government Documents in Dubai

Posted by UAO Staff on April 10, 2014

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has deployed an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to deliver government documents in Dubai. The UAE announced plans for delivery drones in February. The UAV transferred documents from the government's Bur Dubai office to Deira in [Read More]

Lehmann Aviation Unveils New Version of LA100 Drone

Posted by UAO Staff on March 28, 2014

France-based Lehmann Aviation, a developer and manufacturer of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) designed for the commercial and government sectors, has released Version2 of its LA100 drone. Lehmann notes that the LA100 is a fully automatic personal drone that works with [Read More]

San Francisco Company Plans to Roll Out Drone Delivery Service

Posted by UAO Staff on March 19, 2014

A San Francisco-based company has beaten Amazon to the punch, as it is planning to deliver drugstore items via unmanned aerial systems (UAS) this year. According to the company's website, QuiQui – pronounced ‘quicky’ – has been developing the necessary [Read More]

AirDroids Unveils The Pocket Drone

Posted by UAO Staff on January 24, 2014

Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) developer AirDroids has announced the launch of The Pocket Drone, a small, collapsible tricopter. The Pocket Drone, AirDroids notes, has been designed primarily for aerial photography. According to the company's Kickstarter page, the UAV weighs about [Read More]

TML Backs University Bid For Designated FAA Drone Test Site

Posted by UAO Staff on October 17, 2013

The Texas Municipal League (TML) has adopted a resolution supporting the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi application to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to be named one of six federal unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) test sites. The vote was made Friday, [Read More]