Home Drone News

Drone News

Unmanned Aerial Online offers commercial drone news, as well as comprehensive coverage of the technologies, ideas and trends that are driving the UAS industry.


Black Swift Developing Drone for Tracking Eyewall of Storms

Black Swift Technologies (BST), a specialized engineering firm based in Boulder, Colo., has been awarded a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)...

Wounded Eagle UAS Trains Disabled Veterans on Drone Mapping

With the help of student unmanned aircraft system (UAS) operators, Wounded Eagle UAS Inc. (WE) recently completed aerial mapping of the 388-acre...

Kespry’s Mining and Aggregates Customer Survey Shows Savings with Drones

Kespry, a drone-based aerial intelligence solution provider, has announced the results of a survey of the company's mining and aggregates customers.

AUVSI Testifies on UAS Security Priorities

At a hearing on Tuesday by the U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee Subcommittee on Security, Brian Wynne, president and CEO...

Duke Engineers Developing New Method for Detecting Drones at Prisons

Duke University engineers are developing a solution that the North Carolina Department of Public Safety can use to detect drones attempting to...

Percepto Launches Next Generation of Autonomous ‘Drone-in-a-Box’

Percepto, a provider of autonomous drone solutions for industrial sites, has launched the next generation of its "drone-in-a-box" (DIB) solution.

AirMap Teams with Raytheon for UAS Integration Projects

AirMap and Raytheon Co. have signed a strategic agreement to collaborate on future projects aimed at unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) integration.

Sen. Hoeven Urges Federal UAS Partnerships with North Dakota

At a recent hearing of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., urged federal officials to make...
drone sioux county

Drone Response Team Investigates Elevator Explosion in Iowa

The Sioux County Sheriff's Office in Iowa recently sent its Drone Response Team to assist with investigating an elevator explosion.

CTA Survey Underscores U.S. Consumer Support for Professional Drone Use

New research from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) claims that most Americans support the professional use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).

Stay Connected