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Getting Your Unmanned Aircraft Program Off the Ground

August 12, 2016

Because of relaxed FAA requirements for law enforcement operations of unmanned aircraft, now is a very good time for agencies to consider adding "drones" to their emergency response resources.

Ohio Department May Drop Use of Helicopter

May 26, 2016
The Toledo (OH) Police Department is considering "getting out of the helicopter business" if it can't find grant money to cover the cost of an upcoming mandatory factory overhaul of its helicopter, Chief George Kral said.

Aeryon Introduces AeryonLive SaaS Platform for UAS

May 3, 2016
AeryonLive delivers low-latency video, telemetry, and UAS fleet data to enable real-time decision-making and compliant, scalable enterprise small unmanned aerial systems deployments.

Tokyo Police Plan to Fight Drones with Drones

December 17, 2015
Officers in Tokyo recently unveiled their plans to help fight drones. Civilian drones are banned in parts of the Japanese capital, but police drones will use nets to capture flying objects and bring them to the ground. More Here.

Video: Tokyo Police Plan to Fight Drones with Drones

December 17, 2015
Officers in Tokyo recently unveiled their plans to help fight drones. Civilian drones are banned in parts of the Japanese capital, but police drones will use nets to capture flying objects and bring them to the ground.

HDZoom30 Imaging Payload

November 4, 2015
The Aeryon HDZoom30 imaging payload increases operational effectiveness and becomes a force multiplier by capturing distant targets in high resolution and detail.

North Dakota OKs Less-Lethal Drones

August 27, 2015
It's legal for law enforcement in North Dakota to use unmanned aircraft systems, commonly called drones. Now House Bill 1328 explicitly states that they may be used to deploy non-lethal force and restricts how departments can use the unmanned aircraft to gather evidence.

Aeryon Labs and Dejero Announce Exclusive Partnership for Cloud-based Distribution of Live Video from Aeryon sUAS

May 5, 2015
Remote access to live aerial imagery will result in more accurate and timely decision making in multiple industry sectors where Aeryon sUAS are already broadly deployed, including law enforcement, where police units undertaking hostage and interdiction missions can provide remote, senior-level personnel with an aerial vantage point to better plan, authorize, and safely respond.

Lockheed Martin and Project Lifesaver Partner to Locate Missing Persons

April 27, 2015
To augment humanitarian search and rescue efforts, Lockheed Martin announced today it is teaming with Project Lifesaver International and Loen Engineering Inc., bringing advanced technology to first response agencies with the Indago small unmanned aerial system (UAS).

Aeryon HDZoom30 Imaging Payload

April 24, 2015
Tactical and surveillance teams can keep eyes-on-target from a maximum stand-off distance ensuring safe and covert operations.

Michigan State Police Receive Federal Authorization to Fly "Drones"

March 10, 2015
Michigan State Police have become one of the first law enforcement agencies in the nation to receive authorization from the Federal Aviation Authority to use unmanned aerial systems, commonly referred to as drones, in police operations.

Smart Policing Summit to Showcase New Wave of Technologies and Tactics

February 26, 2015
IDGA will debut its inaugural Smart Policing Summit this April 27–29 in Washington, D.C. The event will host law enforcement agencies and research firms in an open forum to discuss tactics and techniques to decrease crime and increase case closure rates.

HGH Spynel Cams Detect UAVs With IR Thermal Imaging

January 30, 2015
In the latest string of White House security breaches,a 4-rotor unmanned aerial vehicle flew over and then crash-landed on the south grounds of the White House without triggering any security alarms. The Spynel cameras from HGH Infrared Systems are specially equipped to detect these types of threats using high-resolution infrared thermal imaging technology.

Drone Crashes at White House; Hobbyist Says It's His

January 26, 2015
A two-foot-long drone apparently flown by a hobbyist crashed on the White House grounds Monday in a breach that raised fresh questions about the president's security — and a growing threat from the sky.

small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS)

December 19, 2014
Aeryon sUAS enable public safety organizations to collect thorough, lasting evidence.

Unmanned Experts Chooses Aeryon's sUAS as Go-To Platform for Public Safety Applications

December 4, 2014
UMEX has been operating under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice (DOJ NIJ) to investigate the effectiveness of sUAS in expediting accident scene clearance.

SkyRanger

November 21, 2014
The Aeryon SkyRanger small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) has a new airframe and integrated system design based on thousands of hours of flight time and successful exercises and missions.

SkyRanger

November 21, 2014
The Aeryon SkyRanger small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) has a new airframe and integrated system design based on thousands of hours of flight time and successful exercises and missions. It's designed to military and government specifications.

"Drones" Grounded Until Further Notice

November 7, 2014

What's keeping law enforcement's unmanned aircraft on the ground is a combination of convoluted regulations and the public's belief that allowing officers to use these little aircraft will violate their civil rights and invade their privacy.

Michigan State Police to Use Aeryon SkyRanger UAS Statewide

October 24, 2014
Based on successful public safety scenario trials and training officers to operate the Aeryon SkyRanger, the Michigan State Police has announced plans to roll out its UAS program statewide.
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