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DJI approves of Transport Canada’s new drone rules
DJI, the world’s leading drone manufacturer, announced their support for Transport Canada’s new drone regulations as a way to balance both safety and benefits of drone technology. The new rules for drones in Canada will go into effect on June 1, 2019.
Drone Laws 2019: Expect more state level drone regulations in 2019
2019 Drone law: What can we expect? This year we can expect the trend of state level drone regulations to continue. We are seeing more states address legal aspects such as zoning, privacy, and law enforcement operations. Other changes will come from last years legislation becoming effective.
Breaking News: Gatwick Airport closed due to ongoing drone activity
All flights have been suspended at London's Gatwick Airport due to illegal drones. Gatwick has called in the army after police were unable to stop incursions by illegal drones that have closed the hub for close to 20 hours, disrupting travel plans for as many as 115,000 passengers.
Boeing 737 plane damaged by possible midair collision with drone
Grupo Aeromexico SAB is investigating a possible collision between a passenger jet and drone. On December 12, 2018, Aeromexico Flight 773 was approaching Tijuana International Airport when an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) reportedly crashed into the nose cone, or radome, of a Boeing 737 jetliner.
Dissecting the DHS SAFETY Act: What is it, and should I apply?
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Drone crashes through SUV window and injures young child
A drone crashed through the window of a sport utility vehicle Saturday afternoon in Eau Claire, WI injuring a 15-month-old child in the back seat. The collision between the drone and car came after a drone pilot lost control of his UAS. The FAA and local authorities are investigating the incident.
Drone pilot arrested after crashing UAS into Midtown NYC bank
A drone pilot was arrested on Friday, November 16, 2018, in Midtown Manhattan after the pilot lost control of his drone and crashed the UAS into Barclays’ New York headquarters building. Flying your drone is prohibited in Manhattan, drones are allowed only in a few open areas throughout NYC.
Delaware prison goes on lockdown after drone sightings
James T. Vaughn Correctional Center near Smyrna, Delaware went into lockdown two times last week after drone sightings. The prison experienced drone incidents three days in a row prompting the facility to go into lockdown. Prisons nationwide have been dealing with UAS and contraband problems.
Drones are disrupting airspace and flights near airports
Instances of drones disrupting airspace are becoming more common. Drone incidents in recent weeks should have airports concerned about the dangers of UAS flying near runways and airplanes. Drone detection can give airport security real-time data to predict UAS flight paths and locate UAS pilots.
Law enforcement: Transparency and trust ensures a successful UAS program
The potential benefits of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) use by law enforcement are numerous. Yet privacy concerns and challenges do exist with the implementation of UAS. Agencies can overcome obstacles and ensure a successful UAS program through community outreach, transparency, and training.
FAA expands drone restrictions near high-priority naval operations
The FAA issued stricter warning to drone pilots operating over near high-priority maritime operations. The FAA is restricting drone flights near U.S. Navy (USN) and USCG vessels operating in the vicinity of Naval Base Kitsap in Washington state and Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay in Georgia.
Orlando Police investing reports of peeping tom using drone to spy on women
Orlando Police are investing reports of a peeping tom using a drone to spy on women in Downtown high rise apartments. In Florida, it is illegal to use a drone to spy and photograph people where they have a reasonable expectation of privacy.
UAS parachute rescue system adds a layer of protection to drone failures
The increase in the number of drones in the skies comes with more greater risks of accidents and malfunctions. This UAS parachute rescue system adds a layer of protection in case of drone failures. The safety measure protects people from injury and the drone from costly damages.
Companies and data centers should consider drones when assessing security risks
Corporate spies and hackers are utilizing drone technology to steal trade secrets, confidential information, and other sensitive data from corporations and data centers. Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones can easily bypass physical security measures leaving companies vulnerable to attacks.
Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf signs new drone law to combat privacy and contraband
Pennsylvania Governor Wolf signed Act 78 of 2018, a new drone law to combat privacy and prison contraband. The new law will place criminal penalties on using a drone to spy on someone. The law also makes it a felony of the second degree to use a drone to deliver or provide contraband to an inmate.
What happens when a UAS collides with a plane’s wing? [VIDEO]
University of Dayton Research Institute Impact Physics group is testing controlled UAS strikes on aircraft structures. This video shows a test mimicking a mid-air collision at 238 mph by launching a DJI Phantom 2 at an aircraft's wing. The results demonstrate the dangers of aircraft drone impacts.
FAA Reauthorization Bill of 2018: UAS integration and countering drone threats
The FAA Reauthorization Bill of 2018 provides the pathway towards safe integration of UAS into national airspace. This 5-year bill helps solidify plans and procedural steps to move UAS integration forward by including developments such as UTM, Remote ID, and counter drone policies.
FAA warns drone operators to stay away from Hurricane Florence
FAA issues warning drone pilots to stay away from Hurricane Florence. Today, the FAA issued a Special Notice restricting drone flights supporting Hurricane Florence recovery efforts to an altitude of 200 feet above the ground. Drone pilots should always give manned aircraft the right-of-way.
Drone Law Update: California outlaws drone flights over prisons
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1355 making it illegal to operate an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) on or over state prisons. The law is in response to an increase in the number of incidents involving drones being used to deliver dangerous contraband into prison facilities.
17 years since the 9/11 attacks: What security threats do we face today?
The events that took place on 9/11 changed how the U.S. saw and dealt with terrorism; it wasn’t something happening “over there” anymore. Since 9/11, much has changed in the world. We are facing new security threats and vulnerabilities, drones and cyber attacks are outpacing defenses.
Pennsylvania DOC announced new safety protocols and measures for all state prison
PA DOC has introduced new safety protocols and procedures to address problems with drugs and toxic substances entering prisons. The increase in security comes after an ongoing statewide prison lockdown. Drone detection and body scanners are among the new safety protocols to eliminate contraband.
Homeland Security: Watch live discussion with DHS Secretary Nielsen 9/5/2018
The Center for Cyber & Homeland Security at George Washington University will live stream a discussion with The Dept. of Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen on September 5, 2018. Nielsen will reflect on how 9/11 shaped the DHS and how DHS is adapting to emerging threats.
Uber Eats testing food delivery via drone
Uber Eats wants to make food delivery even faster by using drones. Uber Eats will be testing drone delivery in San Diego as part of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) UAS Integration Pilot Program. Uber was approved as a drone delivery participant in the pilot program.
FAA issues nearly 2000 Part 107 Waivers: How are organizations using drones?
The FAA issued almost 2000 Part 107 waivers since the rule went into effect. The majority of waivers authorize UAS night operations. Waivers have been issued to a variety of operators, more than half granted to service companies. Find out who is using drones and for what types of operations.
Woman sues after drone injury at Vegas Caesars Palace light show - http://bit.ly/2ojJXQg
A California woman was injured when a drone struck her eye during a drone light show at Las Vegas Caesars Palace 4th of July party. The incident left her with stitches above and below her eye. The family is suing Caesars Palace, the drone event company, and the drone operator for negligence.
This is what happens when a drone gets sucked into a jet engine [VIDEO] - http://bit.ly/2LvElvt
What happens if a drone gets sucked into a jet engine? As more UAS enter the sky, the chance of this happening increases. These computer simulations show drones damaging the engine blades in fractions of a second. CRASH Lab and ASSURE have extensively researched UAS mid-air collisions with aircraft.
Incredible drone video of never before seen Amazon tribe [VIDEO] - http://bit.ly/2PAhKRq
An isolated Amazon tribe was caught on video by a drone flying over the Brazilian jungle. The video shows several people walking through a clearing, one figure can be seen holding a spear-like object. The video was filmed by Funai, an agency that monitors and protects monitors tribes.
Did the Steelers build wall around practice field to stop spying drones? - http://bit.ly/2LnAm3M
Pittsburgh Steelers build 60-ft privacy wall to prevent anyone from spying on team NFL practice sessions. Coach Tomlin addressed the wall in a news conference and hinted it was to prevent spying from drones and wanted a fair level playing field.
U.S. officials issue stark drone threat warning in intel bulletin - http://bit.ly/2MroyCZ
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Homeland Security, and National Counterterrorism Center issued an intelligence bulletin with a stark warning over the threats posed by drones. Drones are posing an ever-growing threat to safety and security in the United States.
FAA investigates near drone-helicopter collision off Florida coast [VIDEO] - http://bit.ly/2weTgVh
The FAA is investigating a near collision between a drone and helicopter after this video surfaced online. The video shows a helicopter coming dangerously close to a drone flying near the Florida coastline. Drone pilots should always steer clear of manned aircrafts!
Intel unveils Open Drone ID for safe integration of UAS - http://bit.ly/2PkoYJs
Intel unveiled their Open Drone ID solution for remote identification and tracking of UAS. Intel demonstrated the solution publicly this week. Open Drone ID uses Bluetooth to broadcast the drone's position and location. Intel is working with the FAA to help integrate drones into US airspace safely.
Kansas takes inaugural flight in UAS Integration Pilot Program - http://bit.ly/2Mo5fKh
The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) launched the state’s first drone flights in participation with the FAA's UAS Integration Pilot Program. The UAS Pilot Program will assist the U.S. DOT and FAA with creating regulations to expand safe UAS integration into the National Airspace System.
Venezuelan Armed-Drone attack highlights need for Counter-UAS Technology - http://bit.ly/2KOud0x
The recent drone attack on Venezuelan President Maduro highlights the real threats posed by drones and the need to implement C-UAS technology. The drone industry as outpaced regulations in the United States. That malicious use of drones goes well beyond explosives and the U.S. is not prepared.
DHS Secretary visits North Dakota amid drone smuggling and border security concerns - http://bit.ly/2McR2AE
Department of Homeland Security Secretary visit North Dakota to discuss how drones are used to smuggle drugs across the border and the threats drones pose to border security. In the United States, drones are being used to smuggle drugs into prisons and into the country.
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