Louisville submits application to use drones for gunshot response

This application follows President Donald Trump’s executive order last October directing the FAA to launch the UAS Integration Pilot Program, which allows local governments to apply for a drone “innovation zone.” The city should receive a decision …

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Louisville Asks FAA to Allow Camera-Drones to Observe Gunfire Sites

Sending in an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) in an officer’s stead is … This infographic should clear some things up. New FAA Program to Bolster Trump Administration’s Expanded Drone-Testing Plans The FAA’s UAS Integration Pilot Program is expected …

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The 2018 Commercial UAV Expo, Incorporating Drone World Expo, To Be Held In October In Las Vegas

the conference sessions will focus on UAV/UAS integration and operation for large asset owners in industrial markets. Speakers will offer a deep dive into universal topics like security/counterdrone technology; IPP (Integration Pilot Program); FAA …

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Ballard Announces New Improvements in Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology for Drones

The increase in rated power, without any appreciable increase in size or weight, is a particularly significant development for UAV applications … that has captured the FAA’s attention at the highest levels and that the UAS Integration Pilot Program …

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Palo Alto Mulls Concepts for FAA UAS Integration Pilot Program

The City of Palo Alto, Calif., is exploring two proposed drone concepts for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Integration Pilot Program. The city says it was approached by two prospective partners: Stanford Blood …

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Over 2,800 Drone Firms Are “Interested Parties” in UAS Integration Pilot Program

Over 2,800 commercial drone firms have applied to be “interested parties” – partnering with state, local and tribal governments on the UAS Integration Pilot Program … and execute the program; the FAA will work with applicants on receiving the …

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2,500 applicants sign up to get in on drone experiments, but Amazon’s not on the list

The fact that Amazon isn’t mentioned as an “interested party” doesn’t mean Amazon is uninterested: Registering isn’t a requirement for participating in the UAS Integration Pilot Program, which the FAA set up to push the envelope for drone operations.

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