Luke Geiver

Luke Geiver is Managing Editor of UAS Magazine. Since joining the UAS team, he’s strived to cover the most relevant, useful and pressing issues on all things UAV-related from precision agriculture to U.S. FAA regulations. Geiver also oversees another industry-leading magazine based in the energy sector. He received a bachelor’s degree in English from South Dakota State University and a master’s degree in English from the University of North Dakota.

Latest Posts by Luke Geiver

December 05, 2017

Yamaha’s new unmanned drone, FAZER, set for US debut

Yamaha Motors is making its first-ever appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and it is bringing drones. Yamaha will show-off its new commercial and industrial spraying drone, the FAZER, along with another multirotor. READ MORE

December 05, 2017

American National Standards Institute looking for UAS experts

The American National Standards Institute has officially issued a call for participants to join its UAS Standardization Collaborative. Subject matter experts interested in joining or participating have until the end of the year to join. READ MORE

November 22, 2017

Tech developer’s reinvented helicopter eyed for unmanned flight

Attendees of the 2018 Consumer Electronic Show will have an opportunity to witness a Cincinnati-based technology developers newest electric transport vehicle in action, a hybrid octocopter capable of transporting two people. READ MORE

November 07, 2017

Arizona UAS event reveals changes coming to industry

Speakers from the FAA and AUVSI provided attendees of the second Arizona UAS Summit & Expo held this week in Mesa with insight and perspective on the future of the UAS industry. Drone swarms and UAS traffic management were among the topics discussed. READ MORE

October 25, 2017

Multi-member group proves drone-based security response system

A private wireless network developer has partnered with a security provider and an award-winning drone developer on a new system that will significantly increase home security response times. READ MORE

October 24, 2017

ASU team to explain swarming drones controlled via brainwaves

Researchers at Arizona State University's Human-Oriented Robotics and Control Lab have thought long and hard about drones. Their efforts researching brainwave control of drone swarms will be explained at the Arizona UAS Summit. READ MORE

October 10, 2017

Drone delivery system tethers packages to any customer location

Drones in flight aren't limited by terrain or traffic, so why should they be limited by a zip or postal code? That is the question a team of researchers from Cambridge Consultants is asking. They've developed a new, product box tethered-based system. READ MORE

September 27, 2017

Illinois drone-service franchise opens for local, national work

Measure, one of the largest drone service providers in the U.S., is hoping Springfield, Illinois, will be the location that starts a major trend. This week, the company held its first-ever grand opening of a new drone service franchise. READ MORE

September 18, 2017

Strong demand leads DroneDefender makers to release new version

After selling more than 300 units of a counter-drone device originally designed to be a prototype only, Battelle has announced a new version of its DroneDefender system. READ MORE

September 13, 2017

Honeywell UAV experts explain new collaboration with Intel

End-user clients looking for unmanned aircraft systems-services will most likely recognize the UAS-world's newest duo of big-name collaborators: Intel and Honeywell. Learn why they are working together and what they have to offer. READ MORE