Drones / UAS
Air Force launches search for AI-enabled ‘Skyborg’ drones
The Skyborg program is now seeking contractors to develop unmanned systems to team with fighter jets.
Defense Digital Service grows its counter-UAS portfolio, opens DDS West
It's part of director Brett Goldstein's desire to push the group to do more applied work in critical areas.
Fresh draft of DOD contractor cybersecurity standards coming next month
Lord also detailed a first event next month focused on drones for the department's new Trusted Capital Marketplace.
National airspace should be redesigned around drones, Interior official says
Mark Bathrik also explained why the Department of the Interior works with UAS vendors on security instead of simply banning noncompliant products.
CBP to test first truck-portable drone for monitoring border
The small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) can be taken on patrols in the back of a pickup truck.
DIU looking to drones to deliver medical supplies
The Department of Defense began working with Silicon Valley startup Zipline in 2018 through an Other Transaction Agreement.