AOPA expresses concerns about new UAS training area

ND airspace plan raises questions, concerns By Dan Namowitz A proposal to create new restricted airspace in North Dakota for training of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)raises more questions...

Ted Wierzbanowski of AeroVironment appointed chair, ASTM F38 committee

A new chair for the committee shaping standards for UAS flight in the USA. Ted Wierzbanowski is a retired USAF Colonel and an experimental test pilot. He...

The RCAPA Proposed Guidelines

These guidelines have been referenced numerous times in stories and commentary across the web and here as recently as part of the 2011 year...

sUAS used by Indian Police for body hunt

Four months after the disappearance of Rajasthan nurse Bhanwari Devi, the CBI flew an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) over the area where her body...

From The Americas Desk, A Fond Farewell To 2011

Recapping this year’s events offers much in the way of food for thought, but does little to uplift a depressed business plan, having been...

Photographer Searching For Lost Camera UAV In Oregon

Good job the local Police did'nt realise what Brian was doing was illegal... Reminds me of a similar flyaway incident in Scotland. A photographer working...

Hoeven: Key Steps Advance Grand Forks UAS Center

Senator John Hoeven today outlined three key steps that will help establish Grand Forks as a regional center for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). These include: Language...

EDA and ESA sign Arrangement on UAS demonstration project

On 15 December, Claude-France Arnould, EDA Chief Executive, and Magali Vaissière, ESA Director for Telecommunication and Integrated Applications, signed an Arrangement on a demonstration...

Arkansas residents may face taxation by aerial image.

Just as privacy concerns are raised by ACLU and others over drone use in the USA, Quorum Court in Arkansas has approved the use...

RCAPA Officially Ends Affiliation With ASTM F-38 Technical Committee

sUAS News recently received a copy of a letter (posted as part of this article) that essentially lays out a litany of process grievances...