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3D Robotics Expands to Texas, Set to Launch New UAV

3D Robotics - a Berkeley, Calif.-based unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology provider - has hired new executives and expanded to Austin, Texas. The...

Police Nab UAV Operator by U.S. Open Match

Following two incidents of a similar kind at both a professional and college football game, a man has been arrested for operating an unmanned...

National Park Service Reacts to Hot-Springs Drone Crash

Last month, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) operator reportedly crashed his vehicle into hot springs at Yellowstone National Park. The vehicle has not been...

Google X Vice President Moves to the White House

The vice president of Google X - the somewhat secretive arm of Google that conducts technology research near the company headquarters in Mountain View,...

Coming Up Soon in Reno: Technical UAS Symposium

What the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) calls the first technical unmanned aerial systems (UAS) symposium will be held Oct. 21-22...

Nevada Welcomes Drone-Delivery Company from Across the Globe

Australian-designed commercial unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are winging their way to the U.S. for high-tech testing at the University of Nevada, Reno, as part...

UAV Flies Way Too Close to Temperamental Ram

A New Zealand man has shared what can happen if you operate an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) too close to wildlife: You may end...

Hovering Drone Disrupts Longhorns Football Game

College football season has kicked off, but for one university, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) made an unwelcome appearance. According to a report from...

FAA Stamps Out University’s Plan for Drones in Library

A few months ago, the University of South Florida (USF) announced a plan to allow students to check out - and use for educational...

Mapping Solutions Provider to ‘Aggressively Pursue’ UAS

With the hope of expanding its mapping technology to include unmanned aerial systems (UAS), U.S.-based Sanborn Map Company Inc. has made a change in...

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