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The Royal Thai Air Force is threatening to sue PPTV TV Station for flying a drone dangerously close to their MI-17 helicopter during an air evacuation. The helicopter was taking one of four rescued soccer players who had been trapped in the Tham Luang cave, reports Nation Multimedia. The owner of the drone had not… Read more »
NASA will be sending not only a rover to Mars in 2020, but a small coaxial helicopter too. The helicopter will fly ahead of the rover, producing images before the rover can reach the destination. NASA has commented that the helicopter will only fly two to three minutes per day. It has a solar panel… Read more »
Bell is currently developing an autonomous vehicle that will be able to deliver up to 1,000 pounds of cargo to customers’ doorsteps. They are working on a prototype called APT; Automatic Pod Transport. They hope that one day it can be used by retailers like Amazon or even for the army, reports Star telegram.
The Belarusian Company, KB Indela, has recently showcased their new combat and reconnaissance unmanned helicopter at the defence technology expo MILEX, 2017. The drone is capable of delivering air strikes, performing reconnaissance and convey video footage. It has a single rotor with non-retractable landing gear, with an auxiliary wing. Its engine runs off high-octane gasoline,… Read more »
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) published today a proposal to regulate the operation of small drones in Europe. All interested parties are welcome to comment this proposal from 12 May until 12 August 2017. The proposal provides a framework to safely operate drones while allowing this industry to remain agile, to innovate and continue… Read more »
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) plans to release the first set of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) facility maps on April 27. The maps will depict areas and altitudes near airports where UAS may operate safely. They will help drone operators improve the quality of their Part 107 airspace authorization requests, which will help the FAA… Read more »