The latest in remotely piloted dance moves from the UAV industry's biggest event.
A new drone is able to take high-definition photographs and videos with a 180-degree field of view as it flies. This allows an extremely wide field of view. The Bebop drone, designed by Parrot, can be controlled from a smartphone. The 14-megapixe
Technology news is full of incremental developments, but few of them are true milestones.
Yosemite National Park is announcing that drones are being banned from the area, citing multiple concerns, including safety. Visitors to the national park are using the unmanned aerial vehicles to film wildlife and rock climbers. Many have posted
"There's this giant flash, and all of a sudden there's no person there." Bryant says he asked the pilot: "Did that look like a child to you?" The message came back from another intelligence analyst: "Per the review, it's a dog."
Fans of Parrot's AR.Drone quadcopter have been anticipating the arrival of the AR.Drone 3.0 for the past couple of years, but it now looks like the next major addition to the French company's fleet is going to take the form of a little something know
Yes, the US DoD is trying to get out in front of Skynet before it takes over the world. How very sensible.
Iran said on it has succeeded in copying a US drone it captured in December 2011, with state television broadcasting images apparently showing the replicated aircraft. Tehran captured the US RQ-170 Sentinel in 2011 while it was in its airspace
The U.S. military does not plan to use high-tech unmanned aircraft to assist the Nigerian government as it attempts to recover hundreds of missing girls that were abducted by a militant Islamist group during a boarding school raid, a Pentagon officia
Obama’s nominee for a federal appeals court, David Barron, wrote memos in favor of a legal foundation for a large-scale killing program, which included killing American citizens, including a 16-year old boy, with drone strikes.
On Tuesday, more than a dozen notable news organizations including The New York Times Company, Scipps Media, Hearst, and the National Press Club filed a brief with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) over the ban on commercial, news-gathe
Apparently, the rather expensive piece of federal property had been in storage "for a while" before landing at its new (probably extremely temporary at this point) home. And the really weird thing is, even after being informed of the error, UPS was m
Virtually every country on Earth will be able to build or acquire drones capable of firing missiles within the next ten years.
Virtually every country on Earth will be able to build or acquire drones capable of firing missiles within the next ten years. Armed aerial drones will be used for targeted killings, terrorism and the government suppression of civil unrest. What’s wo
The National Park Service announced it was barring drones from Yosemite, citing as reasons everything from wilderness protection to climbers' safety. But the cited legal basis for the regulation doesn't even apply to drones.
If our government thinks it is justified in killing people, it shouldn't act like it has something to hide.
It's like whale-watching, but from the comfort of your own home.
On April 19, 2104, Saudi Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz meet with People's Liberation Army Deputy Chief of Staff Lt. General Wang Guanzhong to sign a contract for an unspecified amount of Pterodactyl unmanned aerial systems ( aka drones).
There is yet another victory for the national security state under President Obama. The Obama Administration has succeeded, with the help of Senate Intelligence Committee chair Dianne Feinstein, in quietly removing a provision that would seem unobjec
Arcturus UAV unveils JUMP™, a vertical takeoff and landing system for our T-20 and T-16 fixed wing UAVs.
Relatively cheap drones with advanced sensors and imaging capabilities are giving farmers new ways to increase yields and reduce crop damage.
A federal appeals court ordered the U.S. Department of Justice to turn over key portions of a memorandum justifying the government's targeted killing of people linked to terrorism, including Americans.
Dozens are reportedly dead in Yemen, including at least three civilians, as the result of a series of drone strikes that started in the southern part of the country on Saturday and is alleged to still be occurring two days later.
Dassault Aviation announced that last month it came a step closer to making science fiction reality when it conducted a formation flight of the nEUROn unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV) with a Rafale fighter and a Falcon 7X business jet.
In yet another surprising 'loss' for the current administration, RT reports a three-judge 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a previous ruling that would have allowed the federal government to keep the rationale behind drone killings classified.
A U.S. drone strike has killed a New Zealander and Australian in Yemen reported Al Jazeera on April 16, 2014. It has been confirmed that a citizen from each country has been killed in U.S. strikes in Yemen.
A U.S. killer drone carried out an attack in the Yemeni province of Baida, killing nearly 20 people on the ground.
Most 'Suspects' But Some Confirmed Civilian Deaths
The Pentagon’s research arm, DARPA, is developing robot pods that can sit at the bottom of the ocean for long stretches of time, waiting to release airborne and water-based drones to the surface upon an attack command.
The people of Yemen can hear destruction before it arrives. In cities, towns and villages across this country, which hangs off the southern end of the Arabian Peninsula, the air buzzes with the sound of American drones flying overhead.