By Shafaat Shahbandari Dubai: UAE engineers, along with Airbus Defence and Space, have helped develop an unmanned super-craft that can fly in the stratosphere at a height of 65,600 feet (20km), the Emirates Institute of Advanced Science and Technology (EIAST)…Read more... →
Ardupilot for the win!
Congratulations Canberra UAV and indeed all the teams that found and rescued Joe.
A bottle drop distance of 2.6m that’s insane.
I personally believe the Outback Challenge has advanced unmanned aviation at a faster rate than any…Read more... →
If you want to pull in a six-figure salary right out of school, you might want to start studying unmanned aircraft systems, more commonly and controversially known as drones. The young field is already lucrative — $11.3 billion globally — and set to grow exponentially. The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, a trade …Read more... →
It’s been proven globally, and now in the United States: drones have tremendous potential to help in search-and-rescue efforts. They can save lives. Flying drones for such purposes anywhere in the US without FAA approval is against the law, says the FAA, but civilian search and rescuers have been testing this policy. Texas Equusearch, which sued …Read more... →