House hearing tackles UAS safety, commercialization issues

During a hearing Tuesday on issues related to unmanned aerial systems, members of the U.S. House Aviation Subcommittee didn't receive many firm answers from Peggy Gilligan, the FAA's associate administrator for aviation safety.
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FAA authorizes Textron UAS test flights in Virginia

The Federal Aviation Administration has given approval to Textron Systems for test flights of its Aerosonde small unmanned aerial system in Virginia through the Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership.
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Delair-Tech partners to create UAV research center

Delair-Tech and ISAE-SUPAERO have partnered to form MIDLELAB, a joint research center which will be used to implement new technologies including using fuel cells and solar cells to enhance the endurance of small unmanned aircraft vehicles.
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Florida State to launch UAS training program

In the spring of 2015, Florida State University will begin offering courses in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in the university's Emergency Management and Homeland Security program.
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Alaskan UAS Center purchases UAV

The ACUASI has purchased ING Robotic Aviation's Responder rotary wing unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to use for research into systems integration and specific UAV application.
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Oregon State establishes UAS research group

Oregon State University has formed an Autonomous Systems Research Group to organize and expand its work and collaboration with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
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