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Colorado Startups Push to Get Unmanned Aircraft Industry Airborne

Colorado Startups Push to Get Unmanned Aircraft Industry Airborne

November 5th, 2013

The sky might be the limit for the unmanned aircraft industry, but before it takes flight, the engineers, entrepreneurs, and enthusiasts trying to build an industry that they say could soon have a $13.6 billion economic impact will have to navigate a tricky route through the offices of regulators anread more...

 How drones will change your life

How drones will change your life

November 5th, 2013

(CNN) – Apart from what they do for the military; drones have already proven themselves capable sheep herders, delivery boys,tour guides, filmmakers, archaeologists, and — possibly – spies. The global economic potential of these machines is astounding; a recent study estimated the worldwide market read more...

Arcturus UAV and WGS Systems Integrate Europa-S SIGINT System on T-20 UAS

Arcturus UAV and WGS Systems Integrate Europa-S SIGINT System on T-20 UAS

November 5th, 2013

ROHNERT PARK, Calif., Nov. 4, 2013 – The Europa-S Signal Intercept and Geolocation System, built by WGS Systems in Frederick, Maryland, has now been integrated and flown in an Arcturus UAV T-20 Tier II unmanned aerial vehicle.  Arcturus UAV is headquartered in Rohnert Park, California.  Endurance foread more...

Flying Without Ever Leaving The Ground

Flying Without Ever Leaving The Ground

November 5th, 2013

At the University of North Dakota, one of the country’s largest collegiate flight schools, they’re flying something different: Drones. By 2018, just five years from now, the FAA projects that 7500 drones, or unmanned aircraft, could be flying in U.S. airspace. And the University of North Dakota hread more...