Washington Post reports privacy fears over Police sUAS use.

A recent Washington Post article by Peter Finn contains the following statement:- For now, the use of drones for high-risk operations is exceedingly rare. ...

ScanEagle hunts seals

Gizmag highlights the use of ScanEagle images to track arctic seals. The Arctic region is currently experiencing a warming trend which is seeing the ice...

Boeing aims to speak a common language.

Boeing is developing a common control system  for its growing fleet of unmanned aerial systems By Marguerite Norgren Against a backdrop of sandy, scrub desert punctuated...

Boeing touts ScanEagle to India

Boeing is looking to offer its highly successful ScanEagle UAV to India, Dr. Vivek Lall, Vice President, Boeing Defense, Space and Security, India, said. In...

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...

Insitu looking for new HQ

Manufacturers of the ScanEagle Insitu maybe on the move reports the Seattle Times. The Boeing subsidiary was named Columbia George's "outstanding aerospace company of the...

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...

Some words from the FAA

h Fact Sheet – Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) September 20, 2010 Contact: Les Dorr, Jr or Alison Duquette Phone: (202) 267-3883 Introduction Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) come in a variety...

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...

UAS for marine conservation in Australia

PERTH—Unmanned aircraft are flying around Shark Bay in Western Australia's mid-north coast in a trial to see whether military-style drones can help monitor and...