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  • Deutsche Post Tests Deliveries With Drones
    Drones will soar from 2014 college campuses
    Drones were the talk of 2013 but drone action will occur at college campuses in 2014. The FAA Drone Authorization Listis top heavy with colleges and universities, more college classrooms are devoted to drone studiesand drone use has been proposed...
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    FAA announces UAS test sites in Alaska/US
    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced the selection of six public entities nationwide that include Alaska which will develop unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) research and test sites.The congressionally mandated test sites will conduct...
  • Drones
    New report lifts the lid on the development and spread of armed drones
    LONDON (20 September 2013) – A major new study from Open Briefing, Remote Control War, reveals that more than 200 different unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are in use or in development by China, India, Iran, Israel, Russia and Turkey, with...
  • Arcturus T-20 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
    T-20 unmanned aircraft reaches new heights
    A small-tactical unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) named T-20 set a new altitude record for itself recently, while flying in restricted airspace during a high-altitude flight over Wyoming, manufacturer Arcturus UAV announced on Monday. The UAV reached...
  • Puma UAS
    Puma small unmanned aircraft system received FAA's commercial use permit
    Small unmanned aerial systems are expanding into a commercial use: AeroVironment, Inc. announced that it received a “Restricted Category” rating for its Puma AE™ UAS from the Federal Aviation Administration. The first-of-its-kind...
  • Predator
    First Predator reached 20,000 flight hours
    Predator proves an outstanding reliability again and again: General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, a leading manufacturer of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA), tactical reconnaissance radars, and electro-optic surveillance systems, today announced...
  • International Legal Procedure vs. US National Security Strategy
    International Legal Procedure vs. US National Security Strategy
    The 2008 U.S National Security Strategy outlines the U.S objective to strengthen alliances and build new partnerships to defeat global terrorism and prevent attacks against us, our allies, and our friends; prevent our enemies from threatening us,...
  • Unmanned Air Vehicle uses liquid hydrogen
    Unmanned Air Vehicle uses liquid hydrogen –Flies for 48 hours
    Over the past several years, researchers with the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have been utilizing various ways to power Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV) ranging from solar power to battery operated UAV’s. In 2009 the Office of Naval...
  • DRONE
    Leaked email reveals Wash. State Legislature hid drone demonstration from public
    An email circulating the Washington State Legislature revealed that a drone demonstration held at the State Capitol building Wednesday was purposely kept private from the public.Sen. Jim Honeyford (R), the author of the email, explained that he...
  • Drone
    Wash. state bill to limit drone use passes committee
    Bi-partisan legislation to limit drone use within Washington state was approved Thursday 9-1 after a large group of people, from regular citizens to a former F.B.I. employee, came to show and voice their support."I'm pleased the Committee...
  • Spy Drone
    Military Spy Drones taking over skies of Virginia Beach
    Spy Drones (unmanned aerial vehicles) are new to some folks, but they have been around here in the U.S. for some time now. Recently, information was made public through a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request by the Electronic Frontier...
  • Future police drone?
    Orwell's Total Surveillance State is almost here
    George Orwell, in his novel 1984, described a total surveillance state in which nobody was ever outside the reach of "Big Brother" government's eyes and ears.Today...In a recent article Liberty Crier founder Trevor Lyman expressed...
  • NASA at Edwards
    NASA Dryden at Edwards AFB expanding UAV capabilities
    Unmanned air vehicles (UAV) are becoming more and more popular and useful - despite some political opposition. NASA's Flight Research Center and General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) have partnered in a collaborative agreement to...
  • Nikola Tesla
    The origins of the drone (Video)
    Unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as UAVs or drones, are a popular topic during recent times as America's use of them becomes more frequent and publicized. However, there is nothing new about these remotely or computer controlled devices....
  • Black Ops 2
    Black Ops 2 Tips: How to get better scores
    Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has been out for just over two weeks, and is receiving mixed reviews from the community. For the first few days following release, the Black Ops 2 experience was more frustrating than enjoyable. Connection and lag-related...