The SFAR Part 107 Shades of Things to Come…

Many of you who have had to back off from the day-to-day UAS airspace integration grind, should find the following update of interest. This type...

FAA, working for the sUAS clampdown?

One of the latest rumors floating around is that come this fall, the FAA has plans to institute some sort of commercial sUAS enforcement...

Might a technology prize be the key to sUAS sense and avoid?

Many continue to espouse the notion that the solution for the pressing U.S. NAS integration issues lay with finding the FAA more money. Perplexing...

Police to fly small drones in USA by Christmas?

A gift for the small unmanned aerial systems industry? The FAA may come to an understanding with the DOJ by Christmas. America lags behind many...

FAA prepare to bring in mandatory incident reporting for UAS over 300lbs in weight.

  Published on the 25th of August and due to become law on the 25th of October 2010 UAS operators now have clear requirements for...

Patrick day two AUVSI 10

Man, what a hard day in the exhibit hall. I started the day off with more airspace integration meetings. The meetings went fine and...

Patricks day out

The day was spent entirely in the Airspace Integration Workshop. Most of the global airspace integration usual suspects were in the room. Included where...

AUVSI 2010 Patrick Egan on the ground for sUASnews.

Dispatch from the Phoenix Sky Harbor airport, on my way to the big show. Today I'll be attending the Airspace Integration Workshop till 1700,...

Patrick Egan ARC roundup

For those of you that have followed the saga, some of this may seem repetitive and for those who have not, there may be...