Policy & Regulation

May 12, 2020

Matternet Reaches Milestone in FAA's Type Certification Process

BY Matternet Matternet's M2 Drone approved to start D&R testing, one of the final steps to achieve type certification to fly in the U.S. READ MORE

April 08, 2020

UAS standards roadmap makers issues call for comments

BY American National Standards Institute Issues addressed in the roadmap encompass airworthiness; flight operations; personnel training, qualifications, and certification; infrastructure inspections, environmental applications, commercial services, workplace safety, and public safety. READ MORE

April 08, 2020

Above SoCal, NASA and GA fly SkyGuardian to prove UAS ability

BY General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. NASA’s goal to help accelerate routine UAS operations into the national airspace has moved one step closer with this successful flight demo, according to NASA officials. READ MORE

March 25, 2020

ND Sen, UAS test team working with FAA on drone delivery waiver

BY Luke GeiverThe leading unmanned aircraft system test range in the U.S. may be increasing its support and help in making near-term drone deliveries to areas in urgent need of supplies a reality. READ MORE

March 11, 2020

Leading UAS industry event dates announced

BY John Nelson Produced by UAS Magazine, the UAS Summit will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the current state of the unmanned aircraft systems industry. READ MORE

February 26, 2020

NAV Canada signs strategic deal to help manage drones

BY NAV CANADA NAV CANADA has entered into an agreement with Unifly, a strategic technology partner, in the deployment of a national system that provides digital services for safely operating and managing drones in the Canadian airspace. READ MORE

February 26, 2020

ASTM, FAA, UAS industry pushing remote ID options

BY Luke GeiverThe U.S Federal Aviation Administration's newly released proposal for unmanned aircraft systems remote identification has drawn mixed reviews from major industry stakeholders. Most stakeholders are looking to ASTM standards. READ MORE

January 02, 2020

US DOT sets path for drone remote ID systems

BY U.S. Federal Aviation Administration These efforts lay the foundation for more complex operations, such as those beyond visual line of sight at low altitudes, as the FAA and the drone industry move toward a traffic management ecosystem for UAS flights. READ MORE

January 02, 2020

States now forming agreements with UAS service firms

BY Luke GeiverAn Alabama-based unmanned aircraft systems company has agreed to work with the state of Connecticut. Avion Unmanned out of Huntsville, Alabama, signed a participating addendum with Connecticut. DroneUp, from Virginia, is now working with New Mexico. READ MORE