Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Agencies told to assess if they can end contracts for drones built by foreign adversaries
The executive order applies to unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) from China, Russia, Iran and North Korea.
Air Force to test flying cars in early 2021
The Agility Prime program, which pulls in private investment, is ready for another test of flying cars for military and commercial markets.
FAA seeks 4 airports to test drone detection and mitigation technology
The new Airport UAS Detection and Mitigation Program will pave the way for such technology at all airports.
No agency has implemented every key CDM requirement, seven years later
Agencies have generally deployed tools for relaying cybersecurity data, according to the Government Accountability Office.
FAA wants college students to envision the future of the ‘smart’ airport
The challenge is also a way for the agency to engage with up and coming talent.
Secret Service testing counter-drone tech at U.N. General Assembly
The agency said in a report that any personally identifiable information its systems capture is incidental and won't be stored.