Ohio pushes for air traffic control system for drones in latest strategic plan
An official from the state's transportation department said it can't focus only on building out more highway lanes forever.
NYPD to deploy 14 drones across city
The department's technical assistance response unit will use the drones to assist officers in certain investigations.
Nevada’s new drone center focuses on public safety
The Nevada Drone Center of Excellence for Public Safety will develop research and training materials for unmanned aerial systems.
Drones and databases: How two Western states are meeting an aggressive wildfire season with tech
While Colorado takes to the air, California is standardizing data to provide more accurate real-time information to firefighters and the public.
FAA drone governance inappropriately cautious, holding back industry, report finds
A committee ordered by Congress to examine the Federal Aviation Administration's approach to drone regulation has released a report asking the federal agency to reconsider its “one-size-fits-all” risk assessment policy.
Texas resurrects aerial drone program for emergency response
After canceling the program in 2010, the state's public safety agency has found advances in the technology have presented a practical investment worth revisiting.
Drones that automatically investigate gunfire may soon swarm in Louisville
The city has requested permission to operate the aircraft beyond visual line of sight, as allowed by an experimental "innovation zone" program started by the Trump administration.
New York's first police drone program takes flight
A fleet of 18 aerial drones will be used to improve officer safety and reduce reliance on helicopters and other aircraft.
Virginia launches website to connect entrepreneurs with investors
Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Sen. Mark Warner want to give Virginia entrepreneurs more access to funding from within the state.