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October 18, 2018

PaintCopter developed by Disney Research shows potential

BY Patrick C. MillerFound In:Operations, Engineering & Design, PayloadDisney Research has developed the PaintCopter, a UAV with the ability to fly autonomously while applying textured paint to 3D surfaces. Researchers believe the technology provides safety benefits at a lower cost, as well as consistent results. READ MORE

October 18, 2018

Study shows need for small UAS geofencing near busy airports

BY Patrick C. MillerFound In:Manufacturing & Distribution, Operations, Engineering & Design, Policy & RegulationA new study from Embry-Riddle Aeronautics University of DJI drone flights near Daytona Beach International Airport in Florida shows the need for geofencing. The study found that about 20 percent of the flights presented a risk to manned aircraft. READ MORE

October 16, 2018

FLIR unveils Black Hornet vehicle reconaissance drone system

BY FLIR Systems Inc. Found In:Manufacturing & Distribution, Operations, Engineering & Design, PayloadFLIR Systems has launched the Black Hornet 3 vehicle reconnaissance system for military, government and first responder operations. The nano-drone enables users to gather information on their surroundings while remaining inside a vehicle. READ MORE

October 10, 2018

What does the FAA Reauthorization Act mean to the UAS industry?

BY Patrick C. MillerFound In:Operations, Policy & RegulationThe new FAA Reauthorization Act will not only open the door for more commercial opportunities within the UAS industry, but also provide a better-defined regulatory path forward. Aviation attorneys and industry insiders discussed the key takeaways. READ MORE

October 08, 2018

Trump signs FAA Reauthorization Act containing key UAS measures

BY Patrick C. MillerFound In:Operations, Policy & RegulationThe FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 passed by Congress with broad bipartisan support and signed into law last week by President Donald Trump was greeted with optimism by the commercial UAS industry, but hobbyist drone pilots are less enthused. READ MORE

October 05, 2018

Kansas tech company unveils two new drone detection radars

BY Patrick C. MillerFound In:Operations, Engineering & Design, Policy & Regulation, PayloadKansas-based Ainstein has introduced a new air-to-air radar for UAS platforms and a new ground-based radar capable of detecting drones more than 3,200 feet away. Both feature digital beam forming for precise measurements and 3D detection. READ MORE

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