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By William Ezzell
This week, the UAS world witnessed two concerning developments related to national security. On Wednesday...
By Thomas Nguyen
There has been a growing security concern posed by drones, especially in light of increased use by both private citizens and companies.
By Melissa Miller Proctor
As has been reported recently by Defense News, the Trump Administration has launched a formal review of the current policy on U.S. military drone exports, which was rolled out under President Obama in February 2015.
By Thomas L. Gemmell
According to a Department of Defense memorandum referenced by sUAS News, the U.S. Army and Navy have concluded that there are cybersecurity risks associated with using UAS, or "drones," ...
By Bradley Gardner
As the number of unmanned aircraft operating in the skies continues to increase, it has become critical that authorities be capable of identifying the owner or operator of a UAS vehicle...
By Thomas L. Gemmell
At the end of 2015, the FAA required those operating small Unmanned Aircraft Systems ("sUAS") used for other than commercial purposes to register the UAS and affix a registration number on the aircraft.
By Adam Daniels
There was applause for IBM Corp.'s Watson when it beat Ken Jennings on Jeopardy, and people reveled at Google's AlphaGo when it defeated Ke Jie, a Go world champion.
By Jacek Wnuk
While solar cells have been around in some form since the 1800s, increases in their efficiency were modest and slow until about 2000.
By William Ezzell
This week, the Wall Street Journal reported on a topic well-known within our UAS industry: China is exporting military UAS systems to many countries, primarily in the Middle East.
By Ramsey A. Ammar
The unmanned aircraft system, autonomous vehicle, and financial technology (FinTech) industries are each in their fledgling stages, but forging ahead at a rapid pace.
By John R. Bednarz
The MIT team designed, built, and tested an unpiloted glider having a 24-foot wingspan.