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Insitu, BNSF Railway Conduct Commercial BVLOS Drone Flights

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UAO Staff on October 28, 2015

In partnership with BNSF Railway and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Insitu says it has completed the first FAA-approved, commercial, beyond visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) operation with an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) in the contiguous 48 states. The Oct. 25 event near [Read More]

Coast Guard Seeks to Conduct Arctic UAS Missions

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UAO Staff on April 06, 2015

The U.S. Coast Guard has announced a notice of intent to conduct research with Houston-based energy company Conoco Phillips Co. (COP) for unmanned aerial systems (UAS) operations. In a notice posted on the Federal Register, the Coast Guard is requesting [Read More]

Boeing to Conduct Milestone UAS Demos in Denmark

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UAO Staff on March 18, 2015

Boeing subsidiary Insitu Inc. will conduct Denmark's first-ever beyond visual line of sight unmanned aerial system (UAS) flight. On May 28, in cooperation with the Danish Transport Authority, Insitu will perform the flights at Hans Christian Anderson (HCA) airport with [Read More]

Ohio/Indiana UAS Center, Ohio State to Conduct Precision Ag Research

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UAO Staff on December 01, 2014

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently granted two separate Certificates of Authorization (COAs) to the Ohio/Indiana Unmanned Aircraft Systems Center (OH/IN UASC) to conduct flight operations in support of precision agriculture research. The UAS flights will take place at the [Read More]

Applanix, American Aerospace Advisors Conduct Test Flight of Mapping UAS

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UAO Staff on January 30, 2014

Mobile mapping and positioning provider Applanix Corp. and American Aerospace Advisors Inc. (AAAI) have completed a successful series of test flights of AAAI's RS-16 platform equipped with Applanix' DMS-UAV aerial photogrammetry payload. According to Applanix, the tests were conducted over [Read More]

Woolpert, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Conduct UAS Test Flight

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UAO Staff on January 22, 2014

Dayton, Ohio-based Woolpert, a geospatial, architecture and infrastructure firm, has conducted an unmanned aerial system (UAS) joint test flight at Wilmington Air Park with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Mobile District. Woolpert says the test was conducted to [Read More]