AMA President, Bob Brown, Responds to LA Times Op Ed Piece

In the March 27, 2012’s edition of the Los Angeles Times, John Villasenor, UCLA professor, contributed an Op-Ed piece with the suggestion that drone...

Unmanned Applications Institute, International

Unmanned Applications Institute, International is a not-for-profit organization committed to supporting and enabling the integration and development of the UAS industry in North Dakota...

Ready to fly First Person View aircraft.

This will cause some heads to turn at the FAA ready to run first person view (FPV) systems. A 6MP camera sends video back...

Minding The (Information) Gap

The unmanned aviation topic and the sUAS News portal’s popularity are growing by veritable leaps and bounds. Every notion we have or effort to...

Four Reasons Oklahoma Could be the Detroit of Drone Development

From StateImpact James Grimsley designs intelligent machines that mimic nature. One of his projects looks like a bird. More importantly, it moves like one. The black, winged...

Drone Countdown

Harley Geiger from the Centre for Democracy & Technology, CDT. has laid out a very handy timetable for UAS integration into the NAS in the...

Stanford Robot Block Party

Meet sUAS New's Patrick Egan at Stanford. Watch out for robots wandering around Stanford! In celebration of National Robotics Week , Silicon Valley’s Robot Block...

sUAS News Weekly, now Daily

The unmanned aircraft world is getting ever more popular and to match the interest and increase in stories we have decided to make the...

UAS West 2012 Round Up

I had attended a TTC offering once before as a spectator in Las Vegas a couple of years ago. TTC is known to attract...

Australian level one RPA pilot qualification

Interesting draft standards  for simple RPAS flight in Australia outside of built up areas, within VLOS and below 400'. Much the sort of thing...