Virgin Galactic Grounding While FAA Investigates

Richard Branson made headlines when he flew to the edge of space, but Virgin Galactic is now grounded over a flight path deviation.

Kroger and Drone Express Testing Autonomous Drone Grocery Deliveries

Kroger is working with Drone Express, a division of TELEGRID Technologies, to test autonomous drones for grocery deliveries.

Google Looking to Use Drones to Fight Wildfires

Google is looking to use drones in an innovative way, with plans to fight wildfires with them.

American Robotics First Company Approved For Automated Drone Flights

American Robotics has become the first company authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to fly automated drones.

CES 2021: Verizon’s Skyward and UPS Collaborating On Drone Deliveries

Verizon used CES 2021 to announce its Skyward drone company will be collaborating with UPS Flight Forward for retail deliveries.

Unmanned Drones Cleared For Night Flight and Flight Over People

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has passed new rules allowing drones to fly at night and fly over people.

Verizon Looking At 5G Drones For Growth

According to a post on the company’s website, “Verizon is seeking to be the first carrier to connect one million drone flights to the 5G network.” Verizon has had its sights set on the market for some time, acquiring drone…

Swarms of Drones Appearing in the Colorado/Nebraska Night Sky and Nobody Knows Why

According to the Denver Post, a swarm of drones numbering anywhere from 17 to 30 have been appearing in the night sky above Colorado and Nebraska. The drones are roughly six feet across, and have been appearing and disappearing at…

FAA Proposes Rule to Identify and Track Most Drones

Dominos Pizza, Amazon and Workhorse are just a few of the companies looking to use drones for deliveries. A new Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rule is about to pave the way for much wider adoption of drone technology. According to…

FAA to Promote Spaceports and Neil deGrasse Tyson Says It’s About Time

Renowned astrophysicists, author, and TV host Neil deGrasse Tyson is very excited that the United States is finally getting serious again about space, following the seeming lack of interest by Obama and previous administrations.