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Unified Drone Detection Network Presentation

January 15, 2021

Protect your community and airspace today with Unified Drone Detection. UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) or Drones can be used in a variety of applications, for a lot of very useful activities, and can support many different industries. Their use and applications are continuing to grow as we discover how UASs can allow us to work smarter, faster and safer. Since there is little control of airspace and recreational users are also increasing, our safety is in danger. A proven solution is drone detection which consists of 2 things, software and hardware. Unified Drone (an Aerozone Alliance member) and Aerial Armor created a partnership to provide a subscription-based model for easy adoption. We are proud to be able to bring this detection network to you at a low cost to keep NEO protected and safe. The first step is a threat assessment for your community, we offer this accompanied with a 2-week trial allowing a better understand of the threats and issues you may be facing. As we’d like you to be early adopters of the system, we are offering Aerozone Alliance members a 10% discount.  View the Presentation »

January 17, 2021|Partner Content|
Final Rule for Remote ID Released by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Drone Service Providers Alliance (DSPA) | December 28, 2020

On December 28, 2020, the FAA released the Final Rule for Remote ID. According to an article by the DSPA, a professional advocacy organization for Drone Service Providers throughout the United States:

“The Final Rule is almost 500 pages long, but if you have time and patience, well worth the read. You’ll gain quite a bit of insight into the minds at the FAA, as well as which aspects of the manned aviation industry support UAS, and which see us as a nuisance.

This article will in no way be an exhaustive explanation of the entire rule. Instead we will hit the highlights and lowlights, and give some feedback. We’ll try to get the major aspects of the new rule out in the open, and hopefully create industry dialogue between stakeholders.”

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January 8, 2021|Partner Content, Policy|
Featured Video: How to Get FAA Airspace Authorizations for Drone Flights Using LAANC and the FAA Dronezone

Courtesy of: Jason Damman, V1 Drone Media (https://www.v1dronemedia.com) and the North Coast Drone Alliance (https://norcoda.org)
December 28, 2020

This video provides a tutorial on how to get LAANC airspace authorizations for drone/uas flights using LAANC authorization providers such as UASidekick and through the FAA Dronezone portal if LAANC is not available. UASidekick app (LAANC Provider): https://uasidekick.com/.  Watch Now »

January 3, 2021|Partner Content|
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