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Aurora and MIT Celebrate Nine Years of Student Robotics Program Success

Middle school students across the country today participated in a live interactive broadcast of NASA astronaut Jack Fischer operating satellites developed by Aurora and MIT aboard the International Space...

NASA Flight Tests Could Lead to UAS Integration

by Jay Levine, X-Press Editor | NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center NASA’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration in the National Airspace System, or UAS in the NAS, project is attracting international...
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NIAS and NASA test the Next Phase of NASA’s UAS Traffic...

Reno-Stead Test Range -- On May 25, 2017, the FAA-designated Nevada UAS Test Site and its NASA Partners flew five different Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs or drones) demonstrating multiple...
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The Inter-Galactic UTM Association And Beyond

It almost seems that a new UTM association springs forth from the Internet on a regular basis.  Usually the newer ones need titles more grandiose than the one before,...

Who Benefits from Airmap and its Digital Certificates for Drones?

This post analyzes Airmap’s Drone ID digital certificates and examines who really benefits from them right now.

Why the Drone Network of Tomorrow is Farther Away than You...

Airspace integration and management solutions for drones continue to garner new investment, but most options are based on fairytale scenarios and raise more questions than answers. I’ve been doing research...

Unmanned Experts Partners With Aeryon Labs In Select NASA UTM Test...

Building on its strengths of innovation, collaboration and safety, Unmanned Experts partners with Aeryon Labs Inc., the NASA Ames Research Center and other industry stakeholders in the development and...

Nuerala flight app now supports DJI Phantom and Parrot Bebop drones

BOSTON, MA – Neurala, a Boston-based software company that makes robots, drones, consumer electronics, toys and smart devices more intelligent, released today a new version of Selfie Dronie, its...

Scientists Prepare for Coming ATTREX Climate Study

A consortium of scientists are in the early stages of preparation for a multi-year airborne science campaign to study the humidity and chemical composition of air entering the tropical...

Are These the DROIDs You’re Looking For?

Are you a pilot looking for a handy means to help keep you out of trouble ¬– such as, say, flying into immoveable objects like mountains or the ground?...