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Aviation Weather Safety — UCAR Congressional Briefing

Keeping Americans safe in the air was the focus of the first UCAR Congressional Briefing of 2016, where Sensurion's Captain Joe Burns was a panelist.

 

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Robotic Skies positioned to meet UAS industry’s maintenance needs

When businesses are at last in position to launch commercial operations with fleets of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), Brad Hayden and his company Robotic Skies LLC will be will be ready to help.


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North Dakota gets NASA contract for drone research

NASA awarded the North Dakota Department of Commerce a five-year contract to help with the federal agency's UAS research.


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UND aerospace student receives first-ever UAS training scholarship

News | April 2015 | UND: University of North Dakota


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FAA publishes NPRM (Notice of Proposed Rulemaking)

The FAA is proposing to amend its regulations to adopt specific rules to allow the operation of small unmanned aircraft systems in the National Airspace System.

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Sensurion’s MP-1 opens Nevada UAS test site — General Aviation News

BOULDER CITY, Nevada — Sensurion Aerospace's Magpie MP-1 officially opened Nevada's UAS Test Range on Friday, Dec. 19. The Magpie MP-1 holds a Special Airworthiness Certificate from the FAA and carries U.S. registration N106MP.


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Sensurion Aerospace receives FAA certification for its Magpie MP-1 Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)

With this important leadership step in the certification of UAS, Sensurion Aerospace is proceeding with critical 333 exemptions to authorize civil use of the MAGPIE MP-1 in oil and gas exploration missions, critical infrastructure monitoring, atmospherics and gas sensing and flight training.


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Nevada gets head start on drone technology

Unmanned-aerial vehicles are expected to become a $900 billion industry worldwide. It could mean billions of dollars for Nevada and could create thousands of jobs from software engineering to manufacturing.


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