The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International and the Academy of Model Aeronautics joined 31 other organizations, including several ag groups, to encourage the Federal Aviation Administration to expedite the rulemaking process for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operations in the U.S. airspace.
It’s been a busy first quarter of technology developments in 2014. Here are some of the highlights, and things to watch in the months ahead.
A new ruling could impact how soon UAVs can fly U.S. skies.
A NTSB administrative judge’s ruling against FAA regulation of UAVs could have wide-ranging implications.
MRM’s says its three crop scouts will be in charge of employing the aircraft in their client’s fields for the 2014 growing season.
The Federal Aviation Administration dispels several myths about the use of unmanned aircraft systems.
A Kansas-based UAV manufacturer is making waves throughout the Midwest as well as internationally – and they’ve got some big plans for the future as well.
Chances are the exhibitors at this winter’s largest trade show — the National Farm Machinery Show — will feature plenty of high-tech options on their products.
Minnesota grower Todd Golly shares his views on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles.
In Canada where commercial UAV use is permitted, one cooperative is learning how to build business and improve services with imagery.