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Anti-drone Interceptor

RAPERE – anti-drone interceptor

Why? Having worked in the UAS industry for years, we've collectively never come across any bogus use of drones. However it's inevitable that will happen, and for people such as celebrities, where...

Drones Overhead: the FAA’s New Rule on Flight Over People

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is getting ready to move on the promised regulations for flight over people, The Hill reports. Commercial drone operators have been waiting for the details of...

EASA Advance Notice of Proposed Amendment 2015-10

Introduction of a regulatory framework for the operation of drones The drone industry is diverse, innovative and international. It has an enormous potential for growth with the associated possibility to create jobs....

New FAA drone rule lowers pilot requirements

In a little more than a week, a new Federal Aviation Administration rule takes effect that lowers the barrier for commercial use of small drones — those weighing 55 pounds or...

FAA Lacks a Risk-Based Oversight Process for Civil Unmanned Aircraft Systems

The growing demand for civil Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) operations presents new safety oversight challenges for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Using an authority granted by Congress, FAA has approved over...
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Are Canada’s drone regulations too permissive?

VANCOUVER -- Experts say Canada's permissive approach to regulating commercial drones has made it a world leader in the burgeoning field, while others warn that inadequate enforcement of the soaring number...
A French army falconer works with a golden eagle as part of a military training for combat against drones in Mont de Marsan French Air Force base. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau

Eagle vs Drone

France says it is ready to use a squadron of four specially trained golden eagles, besides jamming or GPS blocking equipment, to neutralise drones following recent reports that Islamic State used...

Drones are banned from today’s presidential inauguration

Washington, DC was designated a no-fly zone after the September 11 terrorist attacks, but the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently reminded folks who are attending today’s presidential inauguration to leave their...

Why it’s a big deal that commercial drones flew around the Atlanta airport

Experts say the approval indicates that as the drone market matures, the FAA is more willing to consider broader applications for the new technology. “It’s a very big deal," said Jim Williams,...

FAA Evaluates Drone Detection Systems Around Denver

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) that enter the protected airspace around airports can pose serious threats to safety. The FAA is coordinating with our government and industry partners to evaluate technologies that...

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