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April 3, 2015 by IDGA Staff
IDGA Staff
The UAS Commercialization Summit brings together companies and organizations that want to derive business value from UAVs. After running similar events aimed at the defense industry, we’ve started this event due to the increasing interest in commercial applications. This snapshot includes a list of job titles and sectors that we expect Read more
Tags: UAS | UAV | Drones | Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
April 3, 2015 by Dionne Vaz

Given the current economic landscape, many law enforcement agencies are facing personnel and resource reductions while struggling with chronic crime and unprecedented public pressure. Developing tactics and strategies that are effective,efficient, and economical—as measured by reduced crime and higher case closure rates—would be of great benefit Read more
Tags: Law Enforcement | Police | Smart Policing | Government
October 27, 2014 by John M. Doyle
John M. Doyle
The pent up demand for commercial unmanned aircraft in the United States is still waiting for federal regulators to ease rules banning most UAS from operating in the national airspace. However, progress is being made. John M. Doyle reports.
Tags: Drones | UAS | FAA
March 5, 2013 by Mike O'Brien
Mike O'Brien
He may just be a U.S. Serviceman’s best friend. Robotics company Boston Dynamics has released a video of the robot BigDog picking up and hurling cinderblocks in an amazing show of strength. The video shows the beast using great balance to pick up the blocks in its jaws, before bending its neck and throwing the weights more than 17ft Read more
Tags: Military Antennas West | Boston Dynamics | Tactical Vehicles | Military Vehicles
February 14, 2013 by Mike O'Brien
Mike O'Brien
The Defense Department this week unveiled its new Distinguished Warfare Medal which can be awarded for drone strikes and cyber warfare activity. It means the medal can be given to service personnel who never face the enemy in any kind of physical confrontation.
Tags: electronic warfare | Cyber Security | Mission Command
February 12, 2013 by Mike O'Brien
Mike O'Brien
The White House was quick to condemn North Korea's third nuclear test on Tuesday, with President Obama calling it a "highly provocative act" that "undermines regional stability."
Tags: Nuclear test | North Korea | White House | President Obama
February 6, 2013 by Mike O'Brien
Mike O'Brien
Footage reportedly taken from a CIA spy drone that was captured in 2011 has been broadcast on Iran’s state TV. The RQ-170 Sentinel was seized when it entered Iranian airspace from the border with Afghanistan. Iranian authorities say they are now capable of producing its own version of the unmanned aircraft.
Tags: electronic warfare | Special Operations | Tactical Vehicles
February 4, 2013 by Mike O'Brien
Mike O'Brien
President Obama will have wide-ranging powers to order a pre-emptive cyber strike if the U.S. believes it will be the target of a digital attack from abroad. The rule is among those being drawn up by the government on how the military can defend against, or hit back at, a major cyberattack.
Tags: Cyber Security | Network Defense | Cyber Warfare | Big Data
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