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First Man Arrested With Drone Evidence Vows to Fight Case

By JASON KOEBLER The tiny town of Lakota, N.D., is quickly becoming a key testing ground for the legality of the use of unmanned drones by law enforcement after one of...

Look to the skies: Is it time to stop worrying and...

Ars Technica By Sean Gallagher The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (and elsewhere) have driven the rapid development over the past decade of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)—robotic planes flown by some combination...

National Drone Tour to Start in Brooklyn

The 2012 Know Drones Tour, a public education campaign focusing on legal, ethical and civil liberties concerns raised by the surge in drone warfare and drone surveillance, begins in Brooklyn, New...

Senator Maria Cantwell visits Insitu

Today, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) toured Insitus unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) training facility and highlighted the impact of the recently enacted Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization on Southwest...

Advanced Defense Technologies, Inc. (ADTI) Receives First of Several Drones From...

System Payloads Being Designed for Law Enforcement and Homeland Defense Advanced Defense Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ADCF) and Halberd Corporation announced today the delivery of the first of several drones. The ADTI...

Aeryon Scout for Paintball Punters.

We are not sure this use of a UAS is actually private, its part of a paid for event. Greg Hastings is clearly is angling to make a commercial...

AMA President, Bob Brown, Responds to LA Times Op Ed Piece

In the March 27, 2012’s edition of the Los Angeles Times, John Villasenor, UCLA professor, contributed an Op-Ed piece with the suggestion that drone proliferation raises an issue that...

Unmanned Applications Institute, International

Unmanned Applications Institute, International is a not-for-profit organization committed to supporting and enabling the integration and development of the UAS industry in North Dakota and the region. We accomplish...

Ready to fly First Person View aircraft.

This will cause some heads to turn at the FAA ready to run first person view (FPV) systems. A 6MP camera sends video back to the RC transmitter that...

Minding The (Information) Gap

The unmanned aviation topic and the sUAS News portal’s popularity are growing by veritable leaps and bounds. Every notion we have or effort to disseminate relevant and timely information...