INVOLI – Head of Engineering

INVOLI is a Swiss-based company which develops and produces air traffic awareness systems for professional drone applications. We enable the safe integration of drones into...

That live SenSat BVLOS flight, was it all it seemed?

I was sent a press release from UK firm SenSat on Wednesday that quite frankly made many claims that just didn't stack up. Perhaps it was...

FAA Should Change Its Safety Risk Assessment Approach for Drones to Effectively Integrate Them...

WASHINGTON – Introducing drone operations into the nation’s airspace can provide substantial benefits to society, such as preventing derailments, inspecting cell phone towers, delivering...

GA-ASI DAA System Aids FAA-Approved Flight of NASA Unmanned Aircraft

A Detect and Avoid (DAA) avionics system developed by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA‑ASI) was the key technology that enabled an unmanned aircraft flight through the...

Europe – MEPs approve new rules on drones

An agreement to revise the powers of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) safety was approved by MEPs in Strasbourg today. For the first...

SenSat flies BVLOS

SenSat successfully completes 12km Beyond Visual Line Of Sight drone flight in complex airspace, SenSat were granted to fly drones beyond a pilot’s visual...

Huawei and Unifly Collaborate to Identify and Track Drone Flights

Shenzhen, China – June 11th, 2018 – Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd and Unifly N.V have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate in...

FAA Remote Pilot – Part 107 Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Certification and Recurrent Knowledge...

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has published the Remote Pilot – small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) Airman Certification Standard (ACS) document to communicate the...

US – DoD pulls the plug on COTS drones

Just leave this here with a hat tip to our favourite cybersecurity geek. This memo has been being spoken about and seen in chat...

Iris Automation software part of Transport Canada BVLOS trial

Iris Automation, a high tech company based in San Francisco developing collision avoidance software for drones to enable them to fly autonomously, was selected...