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

March 23, 2017

Aviation consulting experts launch guaranteed UAS solutions

Evans Inc., a consulting firm specialized in health care, aviation and international developments, has released a new service to the unmanned aircraft systems industry it guarantees will produce a successful outcome for commercial and gov agencies. READ MORE

March 23, 2017

Fukushima nuclear plant issues call for drone operator help

The owner of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station is looking for drone-technology and operations partners to continue the decommissioning process of the damaged nuclear power plant in Japan. READ MORE

March 23, 2017

Hydrogen fuel cell maker inks first deal with US drone operator

Hydrogen fuel cell designer Intelligent Energy has signed its first deal for the supply of the U.K.-based firm's drone power system. PINC, a California-based warehouse and logistics solutions provider will outfit drones with the fuel cell. READ MORE

March 16, 2017

Senate hearing offers insight on FAA UAS progress, future plans

The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation met this week to hear testimony from unmanned aircraft systems experts, officials and interested parties. During a two-hour long hearing the FAA gave progress reports and plans. READ MORE

March 16, 2017

Construction camera provider: Top 4 reasons for drones

TrueLook, a North Carolina-based construction camera company, has released its take on using drones on the construction site, giving four reasons to use drones in construction. READ MORE

March 16, 2017

UNICEF looking for Africa drone corridor leader

If you are a committed, creative professiona, and you know drones, UNICEF wants to hire you. UNICEF announced this week its plans to hire for humanitarian response efforts that will utilize drones in a testing corridor based in Malawi. READ MORE

March 02, 2017

Global farm equipment dealer explains move into drone offerings

The conversation on drones and precision agriculture farming practices is changing. UAS Magazine spoke with CNH Industrial about its partnership with DroneDeploy and how ag-clients view drones as a tool. READ MORE

February 16, 2017

ORNL releases guide for electric utilities looking to add drones

Rick Lusk has created a best practices guide for utilizing unmanned aircraft systems from the insight of pilots and practitioners from all over the world. Lusk, is the director of the unmanned aircraft systems center at ORNL. READ MORE

February 02, 2017

Ukraine drone flights prove UAV crop spraying becoming reality

For two straight growing seasons, crop fields in a portion of Ukraine have benefited from unmanned aircraft vehicles used to spray bio-pesticide and liquid fertilizer, and now, the team wants to serve American customers. READ MORE