Canadian Forces quest to obtain unmanned aerial vehicles – 10 years and counting

The Canadian military’s almost decade-long quest to buy unmanned aerial vehicles has been partly hung up by an internal debate about whether the air forces needs one — or two — different fleets of drones, the Canadian Press news service has reported. A series of internal briefings, stretching back over two years, show that military […]Read more…

irginia Tech’s Drone Test Site is Now Fully Operational, But What Does That Mean?

According to the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, introducing commercial unmanned aerial vehicles to U.S. skies could potentially add more than $13.6 billion to the national economy by the end of the decade. Virginia Tech is playing a major role in trying to make that estimation a reality. Federal Aviation Administration officials announced Wednesday […]Read more…


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