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This Net-Wielding Tokyo Police Drone Will Capture And Shame Other Drones

Drone Drop-Offs at Your Door Won't Happen until the FAA Delivers

Amazon and other companies face key technology and regulatory hurdles before drone delivery is possible

The Federal Aviation Administration approved the largest ever fleet of commercial drones owned by a company called Measure. Federal Aviation Administration, Drones, Tech News, Commercial

FAA approves fleet of 324 commercial drones

The Federal Aviation Administration approved the largest ever fleet of commercial drones owned by a company called Measure.

The Federal Aviation Administration plans to move away from its own data centers and toward cloud services. Last week, the FAA signed a deal with.

The FAA Starts Moving To The Cloud – TechCrunch

The Federal Aviation Administration plans to move away from its own data centers and toward cloud services. Last week, the FAA signed a deal with Computer Science Corp. (CSC) to help it migrate its data and systems to a hybrid cloud environment that will include Amazon Web Service, Microsoft Azure, and “other strategic business partners.” The current […]

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FAA Approves In-Flight Internet That Might Not Suck

Slow internet is the worst possible kind of internet, as anyone who’s sold kidneys to use in-flight Wi-Fi can probably attest. GoGo, the biggest player in the airborne Wi-Fi game, has been promising faster speeds since 2013; thanks to a FAA decision, the company is now one step closer to coming through.

The Secret Service and Coast Guard investigated after a drone flew too close to where President Obama played golf in Palm City earlier this year. Drones, Uav Drone, Hyderabad, Aviation Magazine, Federal Aviation Administration, Palm City, Secret Service, Search And Rescue, Coast Guard

FAA: Drone over Obama in South Florida had Secret Service on alert

The Secret Service and Coast Guard investigated after a drone flew too close to where President Obama played golf in Palm City earlier this year.

Drones Really Do Find People in Search-and-Rescue Missions: drone locates missing man with dementia after three-day search

Watch the first FAA-approved delivery drone drop medicine down to rural Virginians

Will your late night snacks be next?

Video: Homeland Security bulletin warns of weaponized drones and threat to aviation

Flying Gun

Homemade multirotor with a semiautomatic handgun mounted on it. Note: The length from the muzzle to the rear of the frame is over 26". For any licensing requ...

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Federal Aviation Administration official says US drone rule to be finalized in a year - The Economic Times Federal Aviation Administration, Economic Times, News

Federal Aviation Administration official says US drone rule to be finalized in a year

The timeline would allow for drone operators to get off months earlier than forecasts that had anticipated final regulations by the end of 2016 or the beginning of 2017.

A lightning strike on a Baltimore control tower, which also injured an air traffic controller, is prompting the Federal Aviation Administration to examine hundreds of the buildings nationwide. Federal Aviation Administration, Lightning Strikes, Towers, Architecture, News, Arquitetura, Tours, Architecture Illustrations

Federal Aviation Administration to examine airport towers

A lightning strike on a Baltimore control tower, which also injured an air traffic controller, is prompting the Federal Aviation Administration to examine hundreds of the buildings nationwide.