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Reese Mozer Discusses AUVSI Xponential & the Future of Agricultural Drones on Monday, June 13th at USI 2016

Monday, June 13th  Reese Mozer will be speaking at the 2016 …

Interview with Lily Bengfort on the UAS Growth Sectors and Applications

Wednesday, June 14th  Lily Bengfort will be speaking at the …

Interview with Mike Chumer on the Future of UAS Use for Emergency Response Scenarios

Wednesday, June 15th  Mike Chumer will be speaking at the …

An Interview with Robert Katz on Unmanned Systems and Cyberattacks

Robert Katz Disaster and Terrorism Advisor, FEMA Business Development and …

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It also engages in the design, development, production, and logistics support of trainer aircraft, and the relevant integrated systems for crew training; military and tactical transport aircraft; special mission multi-role aircraft; and unmanned systems, as well as nacelles. The stock decreased 0.15% or $0.3 ... [...]
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In a Journal Sentinel article, Greenfield Police Chief Bradley Wentlandt said, "The UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) ordinance is intended to safeguard our citizens and first-responders. It places reasonable restrictions on the operation of drones around public gatherings, schools and law enforcement and ... [...]
Mon, Dec 11, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Reports from pilots, citizens and law enforcement of unmanned aircraft sightings in restricted airspace, or other apparent violations, continue to increase dramatically in the U.S., with the FAA receiving more than 180 such reports each month. There have been 1,696 reports in the first nine months of this ... [...]
Mon, Dec 11, 2017, Continue reading at the source
Viasat has completed a production readiness review (PPR) of the Mini Crypto programme, for the development of an embeddable cryptographic module for military handheld devices and unmanned systems that communicate classified and sensitive data, the company announced on 6 December. [...]
Mon, Dec 11, 2017, Continue reading at the source
For the first time ever this week, the Los Angeles firefighters used unmanned aerial vehicles as they battled the 475-acre Skirball Fire burning near Bel-Air. ... The department purchased eight drones through its foundation but hadn't used the equipment before because the Federal Aviation Administration ... [...]
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