Insights Around a New Report on State and Local Drone Laws

On March 28 Bard College, a private higher education institution located in the town of Red Hook, NY, released the first in a three-part series of a very comprehensive study on the current status of state and local laws that are being implemented throughout the USA and might present a potential conflict to the FAA’s…

Enacting Sensible Drone Regulation on a Federal and Local Level

The FAA has and continues to define what it means to legally operate a drone in the United States, but the authors of a recent article laid out why the agency’s position in doing so might need to be reconsidered. Jason Snead and John-Michael Seibler from the Heritage Foundation showcased how and why states and…

Airobotics Looks to Define What It Means to Fly a Drone BVLOS

Flying a drone autonomously without a pilot is what many companies are focused on in the short and long term. Removing the pilot can change how an organization looks at drone adoption, and that’s just part of the reason companies like Airobotics have dedicated themselves to provide an end-to-end, fully automatic drone solution. Recent news…

Drones Classes and Workshops: Processing UAV Imagery with a GIS

Many people think flying a drone and capturing images is easy. There’s little argument that the logistics around what it takes to get a drone in the air have come a long way over the past few years, and with so many courses and workshops available, there’s plenty of opportunity to hone these skills, especially…