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The Week In Drones: Drones Fight Ebola, Iranian Dogfighters, And More
Keeping up with the droneses
Camera-Toting Drones Are Coming To Hollywood
Movie producers are now exempt from the FAA's ban on commercial drones. But is it too little, too late?
This Is The FAA’s Plan For Drone-Friendly Skies
Buried inside a dull bureaucratic tome is the future of flying robots in America.
Why Don’t We Have More Drones Monitoring Wildfires?
Infrared eyes and remote pilots have a lot to offer forest firefighters.
Where Should The FAA Test Drones?
What does it take for a state to be selected as a drone test site?
Senate Hearing: Drones Are “Basically Flying Smartphones”
A future full of spy drones sounds pretty scary. Except it’s already here.
Who is Flying Drones in the U.S. and Where Are They Flying?
FAA releases a list of authorized domestic UAVs
New Law Opens Civilian American Skies to UAVs, Starting In Just 90 Days
First responders will be cleared to operate small drones in U.S. airspace in just three months
Drones Will Be Admitted to Standard US Airspace By 2015
The skies are going to look very different pretty soon, and it’s been a long time coming. Congress finally passed … Continued
To Fly or Not to Fly?
Photo: Shea Roggio/NYT The New York Times yesterday on the dwindling numbers of aviation hobbyists: The story explores a number … Continued