Unmanned Vehicles

Government, Police Testing Anti-UAS Technology »

Government agencies and law enforcement have been quietly testing ways to disable rogue unmanned aerial systems, Reuters reported this week. In efforts to address security concerns that come with commercially available unmanned aircraft, authorities are developing technology to track and disable them. More

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Pilot Reports Of UAS... »

Pilot reports of unmanned aerial systems have topped 650 so far this year – well over the 238 reported for all of 2014, the FAA said this week. The... More

Facebook Builds UAS That... »

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg announced Thursday his social networking company just finished building an unmanned aerial system that can "beam down Internet... More

Podcast: Mike Glasgow on... »

Lockheed Martin Flight Services is stepping up UAS awareness with its recently introduced unmanned traffic management (UTM) service. Aimed at increasing... More

NASA, Industry Discuss... »

An airspace system for unmanned aerial vehicles – perhaps with flight plans and air traffic control – is the topic at a symposium this week hosted... More

NASA, UAS Startup Complete... »

The nation's first FAA-approved package deliveries by unmanned aerial system – a sign of things to come – took place Friday as a series of short... More

NASA Developing Unmanned... »

A small boomerang-shaped aircraft that will go for a test launch later this year could be the first unmanned aerial system to glide over the surface of Mars,... More