Ascent AeroSystems Announces Full Compliance with RemoteID Mandate

Massachusetts-based Ascent AeroSystems, the world’s leading manufacturer of compact, all-weather, high performance coaxial unmanned aerial systems, today announced the immediate availability of RemoteID capabilities for its Spirit and NX30 sUAS platforms. Ascent AeroSystems Announces Full Compliance with RemoteID Mandate “Two things are required for small UAS operations to scale successfully into efficient networks,” said Peter […]

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FAA Awards $2.7M in Drone Research to Support Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Response

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded $2.7 million to support research on how drones can assist in disaster preparedness and in emergencies. “Every second counts in an emergency, and this funding will allow drones to safely and more quickly deploy in moments when minutes matter,” said Acting FAA Administrator Billy Nolen. […]

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Duke Robotics to Introduce IC Drone for Critical Infrastructure Maintenance

UAS Drone Corp. has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Duke Airborne systems Ltd. (Duke Robotics), signed an agreement with the Israel Electric Corporation Ltd. (IEC), a public and 99% government-owned company that generates, transmits, and supplies electricity to all sectors of the State of Israel. Duke Robotics will introduce a first-of-its-kind robotic, drone-enabled system […]

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Bipartisan Legislation Introduced to Increase Use of Drones to Inspect and Maintain Infrastructure Projects

U.S. Senators John Boozman (R-AR), Jacky Rosen (D-NV) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) have introduced the Drone Infrastructure Inspection Grant Act, which would authorize $100 million in competitive grants to use American-made drones to perform critical infrastructure inspection, maintenance or construction projects. This bipartisan bill would also authorize $100 million in grants for workforce training and […]

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AUVSI Statement on U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit Ruling on FAA Remote ID Rule

The United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit recently issued an opinion in the case of Tyler Brennan, et al v. Stephen Dickson, et al denying the petition for review of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)’s Remote ID rule. On behalf of the Association for Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), President and CEO Brian Wynne […]

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Hidden Level Emerges as an Industry Leader in Low-Altitude Drone Sensing Software

Hidden Level, a leading developer of scalable sensor infrastructure capable of monitoring low-altitude airspace, has emerged as a leading SaaS provider in the drone industry and the world’s first low-altitude air traffic data service. Through its distributed sensor network, the Syracuse-based company provides situational awareness of possible unauthorized drones in public spaces and ensures the […]

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