Australia:- DP 1529US – UAS airworthiness framework

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The unmanned aerial sector has been steadily growing in the background for over 15 years. Initially seen in the military, UAS are now increasingly used in a civil capacity to carry out various operations, often more cost effectively and with less safety risk to humans than conventionally piloted aircraft (CPA). It is expected that over…

Dedrone:- Sales Manager, San Francisco

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Position As a sales manager you will be responsible for the entire sales process: after the initial contact and signing of the contract you are on hand with help and advice for our partners and key accounts and lead them to a successful long-term cooperation. Your tasks Acquisition of new Dedrone clients and partners in…

SLANTVIEW A Smarter Analytics Toolset for Airborne Agronomy.

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From its inception, SLANTVIEW was architected to serve the needs of the agronomist and small UAS operator. That means enabling extremely efficient data collection and rapid and automated data processing, all in locations that may be deprived of high-end computing or network infrastructure, where most of the world’s agricultural lands reside. In an industry first,…

HQ-40 receives experimental certification

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Latitude Engineering and BNSF Railway’s UAS Program, along with BNSF aviation consultants Padina Group and Bihrle Applied Research acquired FAA Experimental certification for two HQ-40 aircraft used in BNSF’s Pathfinder program (beyond line of sight UAS integration into the national airspace). The 10 month effort culminated at the Playas New Mexico airfield, where the HQ-40…

Donan and Datawing partner

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Donan is proud to announce they are partnering with DataWing, a national UAS services company based in San Antonio, Texas, to provide nationwide UAV inspection services with fast turnaround times and competitive pricing. This partnership will combine Donan’s expertise in property insurance forensic investigations with DataWing’s vast knowledge of drone technology and aviation training, to…

What’s the Best Drone on the Market for Beginners? Embry-Riddle Publishes Consumer Guide to Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Novice Users

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Do you want to learn how to fly a small unmanned aircraft (drone) for your business? A research team at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Worldwide Campus has created the first-ever comprehensive consumer guide to small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) for novice users—those individuals interested in purchasing their first small remote controlled or autonomous multi-rotor flying aircraft.…

ARPAS-UK Working with Farnborough International

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Farnborough International became a member of ARPAS-UK, the professional trade association for Remotely Piloted Aircraft and Systems in the UK, in April 2016.  The two organisations are working together on the Drone Safety Awareness Weekend, 16th / 17th July 2016, as part of the UK Drone Show at Farnborough International Airshow.   ARPAS-UK will also be…

Limited production run of Millswood Fail Safes for the Outback Challenge

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An updated version of the Millswood Engineering Failsafe is about to have a pilot production run. There are many new features, but one of the main additions as far as the OBC is concerned is geofencing. The new Failsafe FTD has 2 independent geofences, each with up to 50 vertices plus min and max altitude…

Leverage Logged Flight Hours to Prove Your Expertise & Gain Customers

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An interesting idea from Skyward, I can already see one fatal flaw. They are going to let people add in their own previous experience. We know there are already folks openly claiming 10,000 civil RPA flying hours which is pure BS. If you flew an hour a day every day those 10,000 hours would take 27…