Russia and China are developing drones that could make stealth aircraft obsolete The US and its allies continue to invest heavily in the F-35 and other stealth-capable aircraft. But Russia and China are rapidly developing systems that would negate the benefits that stealth offers.

Five Important Points to Help you Process UAS Integration in the US The FAA’s progress toward the integration of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) into national airspace is slow but on track, according to a recent report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

Drones Newest Mission is Disaster Relief
When aid workers arrived after Typhoon Haiyan hit Southeast Asia in 2013, they brought something new to help the areas battered by rain and gale force winds: unmanned aerial drones.


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Rio Tinto to Expand Use of UAS

Rio Tinto to Expand Use of UAS
Rio Tinto is moving to expand its use of unmanned aerial systems outside its current mine monitoring and inspection activities and into the wider business.
Rio is among many in the industrial sector to turn to drones to more safely and easily survey and inspect their vast infrastructure assets.


 Warsaw University of Technology & Lockheed Martin Conclude UAS Research

Warsaw University of Technology & Lockheed Martin Conclude UAS Research
The Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) and Lockheed Martin celebrated the successful conclusion of a joint advanced applied research program focused on the integration between manned and unmanned airborne platform systems. The program builds on the strong industrial and academic partnership between Poland and Lockheed Martin aimed at motivating young Polish engineers to address tomorrow’s defense and industrial needs.


U.S. deploys Predator drones to Latvia

U.S. deploys Predator drones to Latvia
The U.S. deployed MQ-1 Predator drones to Latvia for the first time this weekend, the Pentagon announced Monday.