Tags: UAS

Domestic Drone Created to Attack Surveillance Drones

Another entirely different type of drone confrontation for law enforcement… California-based developers are experimenting with a solution to nonviolently eliminate unmanned aircrafts, which could be welcome news for public safety officials, event organizers and private security firms. Rapere — which

Drone Regulations Now Working Way Through California State Legislature – Again!

Drone reulations proving to be more controversial than first thought… “It’s kind of the Wild West of regulations because there’s no clear set of regulations for what (non-military) drones can be used for,” said former Assemblyman Jeff Gorell of Camarillo,

U.S. News Outlets form Coalition to Test Drones for Journalism

Everyone can become the paparazzi – you can’t hide! A group of U.S. media companies have formed a coalition to begin testing the use of drones for news gathering, seeking to persuade the government to broaden the commercial use of

Britain Poised to Become World Leader in the Drone industry

Is the FAA sinking the U.S. drone industry? Sales of consumer drones were up 24% in 2014, with Selfridges describing them as “the ultimate toy that spans the generations”. Analysts predict that the market for drones could be worth billions

Colorado lawmakers consider limits on drone surveillance

Drone surveillance prevention is a huge privacy concern … DENVER (AP) – Colorado lawmakers are considering regulating the use of drones, citing privacy concerns as they look to join at least 20 other states that have set limits. A bill

FAA Issues Drone Guidelines for Police Departments

The FAA recently released guidelines to the law enforcement community explaining the legal framework for the agency’s oversight of aviation safety in the U.S., including Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) operations. The guidelines describe how  UAS and model aircraft can be