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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...

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).

FAA Grants Waiver for Over-People Drone Flights with Parachute

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued Hensel Phelps Construction Co. a Part 107 waiver to operate a parachute-equipped DJI Phantom 4...
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DJI Announces Manifold 2 Onboard Supercomputer

DJI has unveiled Manifold 2, what the company calls an ultra-compact, onboard supercomputer for DJI drones.With the...

FAA Announces Changes for Recreational Drone Operators

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has implemented changes for recreational drone flyers, as mandated by Congress in the FAA Reauthorization Act of...

Embry-Riddle to Commercialize ‘Non-Intrusive’ Counter-Drone Technology

New technology that detects and commandeers unauthorized drones, guiding them to land safely, will be commercialized under a licensing agreement between Embry-Riddle...

Sky-Futures Acquired by ICR Integrity

ICR Integrity has acquired Sky-Futures Partners Ltd., a provider of drone-based inspections and drone pilot training for the energy, industrial and government...

FAA Predicts Future UAS Growth

In its latest aerospace forecast, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) highlights what it calls the "phenomenal growth" of the small unmanned aircraft...

Wing Nets FAA’s First Air Carrier Certification for Drones

Drone delivery company Wing, a subsidiary of Google parent company Alphabet Inc., has received Air Carrier Certification from the U.S. Federal Aviation...

UAS Industry Responds to Proposed FAA Rules

Unmanned aircraft system (UAS) industry stakeholders have provided feedback on the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) proposed rules for routinely flying drones at...

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