UAV's Made In Detroit

Detroit Aircraft and Lockheed Martin have partnered to revive Detroit and provide first-responders with emerging UAV technology. The partnership reveals how distributors can work with major UAV manufacturers.
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Members of Congress air concerns on UAS safety, privacy, testing

This week, U.S. senators from both parties called on the Federal Aviation Administration to release unmanned aerial systems regulations on issues involving safety, privacy and test flights.
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Armed with COA, NJIT plans Atlantic Ocean UAV test

NJIT is preparing to conduct its first UAS flight over the Atlantic Ocean to test the feasibility of safely integrating drones into the public airspace and to assess the operational capabilities of data-collecting sensors on the aircraft.
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Enhancing The View

When the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration gave six aerial photo and video production companies exemptions for the commercial use of unmanned aerial systems, was it a significant step forward or a case of too little too late?
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Textron Systems Aims At Commercialization

Textron makes a myriad of products for both the military and civilian markets, ranging from power tools to unmanned minesweepers for the U.S. Navy. The company explains its efforts to enter the civilian commercial UAS market.
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UAS law firms take different approaches

From operations to liability, UAS law firms are providing several forms of guidance for UAS-linked businesses and private operators. These three firms explain the current trends in UAS law.
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ICUAS'15

June 9-12, 2015
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