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Airborne-Unmanned 06.20.17: UAS Orgs v Bad Regs, Anti-Collision, Drone Race $$
Sun, Jun 25,2017 10:07:41PM EST
Also: Solar-Powered UAS, NK Drone, UAS Survey, Brian Wynne Interview The team at AUVSI is staying plenty busy as they and 13 other organizations authored a letter to members of Congress urging them to consider the potential consequences for the UAS industry if legislation was enacted affecting the federal sovereignty of the airspace. One of the technologies on display at the Paris Airshow this week seeks to deal with anti-collision programs to separate UAVs form manned vehicles. To integrate UAVs into the national airspace, the National Research Council of Canada has developed the Passive Intelligent Collision Avoidance Sensor (PICAS) system, allowing UAS to detect oncoming aircraft more accurately than ever before. PICAS allows UAS to detect aircraft that are not able to communicate their position to other aircraft. And... the big money deals just keep rolling in... The Drone Racing League has just completed a successful Series B funding round in preparation for its second season. The league reached (primarily) into the ranks of the entertainment industry, and came out with $20 million. "We're incredibly proud to announce new partners and investors aligning with DRL to solidify drone racing as the sport of the future,"said Nicholas Horbaczewski, CEO and Founder of DRL. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 06.22.17: FAA Reauthorization, Rotor Riot Int'l, DRL on ESPN
Sun, Jun 25,2017 10:07:27PM EST
Also: Drones at Oshkosh!, Drone Regulatory Effort, AMA Drone Report-Help Wanted, Aero-TV: MultiGP Drone Racing The House of Representatives has published initial language to reauthorize funding for the FAA. A move to privatize the ATC system is causing widespread concern among aviation groups and pilots nationwide. Our friend, Jonathan Rupprecht has furnished a few observations of interest to the drone community. The new language ‘upholds the protections of Section 336 regarding model aircraft flyers but DOES allow the FAA to create a registration system for model aircraft.’ The two largest names in the FPV culture are joining forces! MultiGP and Rotor Riot are combining forces to make sure the 2017 International Open is an event that gets chiseled in FPV history. MultiGP says this inaugural Rotor Riot themed version of the MultiGP International Open is your best opportunity to catch all the pilots you follow in a fun and social setting. ESPN has released its schedule for broadcasting the Drone Racing League events on ESPN, ESPN2, and as a live stream on the ESPN app -- and based on the episode we saw last night, they’re off to a GREAT start. The telecasts began this week but will extend throughout July. The races take place in Miami, Atlanta, New Orleans, Boston and Munich before culminating July 28th with the Drone Racing League Championship in London. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 06.23.17: Airbus 'Racer', RANS 'Fly To Work', Boater v Floatplane
Sun, Jun 25,2017 10:07:08PM EST
Also: House ATC Bill, Golda Cox, Boeing Forecast, Concorde Battery, C-130J-SOF, SpiceJet, Flt School Closure Airbus Helicopters has unveiled their ‘Racer’ -- which stands for Rapid And Cost-Effective Rotorcraft. The demonstrator will incorporate a host of innovative features and will be optimised for a cruise speed of more than 400 km/h. It will aim at achieving the best trade-off between speed, cost-efficiency, sustainability and mission performance. Final assembly of the demonstrator is expected to start in 2019, with a first flight the next year. Here’s an idea that deserves to catch on... They say that if you earn your living doing what you love, you'll never work a day in your life. And that may be part of the underpinning of RANS Aircraft Company's "Fly to Work"day concept. Posting on Facebook, RANS says that because its factory is located just off I-70 on the 183 Bypass, they have a lot of roadside visibility. According to the post: "It is fun to let the local and transient traffic know what we are about, so we created "Fly to Work"Day. A St. Cloud, MN man has been arrested after he allegedly blocked a floatplane from landing on a lake in Stearns county with his pontoon boat earlier this month. The boater was identified as 39-year-old Courtney Zack. On June 8, he allegedly blocked the plane from landing on Watab Lake with his boat. The pilot called the Stearns county Sheriff's Office from his plane to tell them he was being prevented from landing on the lake. The pilot, who was not identified, was able to land before authorities arrived, and then became engaged in an argument with the boater in the middle of the lake. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (06.26.17)
Sun, Jun 25,2017 10:06:48PM EST
"At a time when reauthorizing the FAA should be paramount, it is neither a prudent nor responsible decision to introduce legislation that jeopardizes our standing as the world leader in aviation by gambling with risky privatization schemes. As experts in aviation safety, we simply cannot support this misguided legislation. The House version of the FAA reauthorization legislation, as introduced, shortchanges federal employees at the FAA and the American people."Source: PASS national president Mike Perrone, commenting on behalf of the Professional Aviation Safety Specialists, AFL-CIO (PASS), a union that represents 11,000 employees -- in opposition to the recent House ATC Reform proposal.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (06.25.17)
Sat, Jun 24,2017 10:23:00PM EST
“The airline market in Africa has been growing slowly but steadily as the industry is becoming more liberalized and the infrastructure to support the growth is being put in place. Airlines in Africa are working very hard to modernize their operations to meet the challenges of tomorrow and we are committed to helping with the aircraft and technical support they require.” Source: Jean-Paul Boutibou, Vice President, Sales, Middle East and Africa, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft, after confirming that Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise is the previously undisclosed customer that signed a firm purchase agreement for five additional Q400 turboprop aircraft. Based on the list price of the Q400 aircraft, the contract is valued at approximately $162 million.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (06.26.17): Class E
Sat, Jun 24,2017 10:19:55PM EST
Class E Generally, if the airspace is not Class A, Class B, Class C, or Class D, and it is controlled airspace, it is Class E airspace. Class E airspace extends upward from either the surface or a designated altitude to the overlying or adjacent controlled airspace. When designated as a surface area, the airspace will be configured to contain all instrument procedures. Also in this class are Federal airways, airspace beginning at either 700 or 1,200 feet AGL used to transition to/from the terminal or enroute environment, en route domestic, and offshore airspace areas designated below 18,000 feet MSL. Unless designated at a lower altitude, Class E airspace begins at 14,500 MSL over the United States, including that airspace overlying the waters within 12 nautical miles of the coast of the 48 contiguous States and Alaska, up to, but not including 18,000 feet MSL, and the airspace above FL 600.

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Sat, Jun 24,2017 10:17:13PM EST
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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (06.25.17): Control Sector
Sat, Jun 24,2017 06:55:04PM EST
Control Sector An airspace area of defined horizontal and vertical dimensions for which a controller or group of controllers has air traffic control responsibility, normally within an air route traffic control center or an approach control facility. Sectors are established based on predominant traffic flows, altitude strata, and controller workload. Pilot-communications during operations within a sector are normally maintained on discrete frequencies assigned to the sector.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (06.26.17)
Sat, Jun 24,2017 06:52:39PM EST
Aero Linx: Women Military Aviators, Inc. Women Military Aviators, Inc. is a non-profit corporation formed in 1978 to promote and preserve for historical, educational, and literary purposes the role of women pilots, navigators, and aircrew in the service of their country during times of war and peace. Today, we number over 500 members living and stationed around the world. With such a small percentage of the military aviation world being female, it is especially important to get to know, network with, and mentor other women military aviators. WMA members receive regular electronic newsletters and access to an annual membership roster. Members gather annually at the Women in Aviation conference, at local luncheons, informal networking meetings, and at the Biennial Convention.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (06.25.17)
Sat, Jun 24,2017 06:49:47PM EST
Aero Linx: The American Society of Aviation Artists The American Society of Aviation Artists is a non-profit organization founded in 1986 with the intent of fostering through art, the history of aerospace. The five founding members share an average of over 45 years’ experience in the field of aviation art. Keith Ferris, Jo Kotula, Bob McCall, R.G. Smith and Ren Wicks have produced some of the most famous and award winning aviation and aerospace paintings in the world. Chief among their goals is to affirm standards of professionalism, authenticity and artistic quality in aviation art. For the past 25 years our focus and dedication has been on the training and education of those who wish to learn from our experiences. For artists we offer training in the traditional methods by which art has been produced and practiced by generations of artists. Our goal for the foreseeable future is to continue in that tradition.

ANN FAQ: How Do I Become A News Spy?
Sat, Jun 24,2017 06:30:43PM EST
We're Everywhere... Thanks To You! Even with the vast resources and incredibly far-reaching scope of the Aero-News Network, every now and then a story that should be reported on slips through our fingers. There's a lot of news out there, and sometimes we just don't get to all of it... so we came up with the idea of News Spies.

ANN FAQ: Feel The Propwash (Updated)
Sat, Jun 24,2017 06:30:08PM EST
New Form Makes Subscribing, Unsubscribing Even Easier While we're very proud of our newly-redesigned website, we know that some folks really enjoy the convenience of having their Aero-News dropped into their e-mail boxes every day. Our new site makes that process even easier than before.

Airborne 06.22.17: GA v House ATC Bill, 737 MAX 10, Solar Impulse 2 Anniversary
Fri, Jun 23,2017 05:44:45PM EST
Also: ATC Opposition, Want to Be An Aero-Stringer?, CAP's Next CEO, Hypersonic Jet, Spring Airlines, Leonardo, 505 Jet Ranger X Following Wednesday’s release of the language proposed by the US House of Representatives, a consortium of general aviation groups has provided united opposition to the legislation introduced by Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pennsylvania). The latest documentation includes provisions, again, to turn the nation's air traffic control infrastructure and services to a privatized, non-profit board dominated by commercial aviation interests. The joint statement came from EAA, AOPA, NBAA, NATA, GAMA, and HAI. Boeing has announced the launch of the 737 MAX 10 as the newest member of the 737 MAX family at the 2017 Paris Air Show. The planemaker says the 737 MAX 10 will have the lowest seat-mile cost of any single-aisle airplane ever produced. The airplane gained more than 240 orders and commitments secured from more than 10 customers worldwide. The 737 MAX 10 will deliver five percent lower trip costs and five percent lower seat-mile costs. Solar Impulse 2 successfully completed the world’s first solar-powered flight across the Atlantic on June 23, 2016, establishing a world first and setting four FAI world records. The plane, which was piloted by Dr Bertrand Piccard during its record flight across the Atlantic, took off at 0230 local time from New York on June 20, 2016. After almost exactly three days in the air, it landed at Seville International Airport in the south of Spain at 0738 local time. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 06.23.17: Airbus 'Racer', RANS 'Fly To Work', Boater v Floatplane
Fri, Jun 23,2017 05:44:16PM EST
Also: House ATC Bill, Golda Cox, Boeing Forecast, Concorde Battery, C-130J-SOF, SpiceJet, Flt School Closure Airbus Helicopters has unveiled their ‘Racer’ -- which stands for Rapid And Cost-Effective Rotorcraft. The demonstrator will incorporate a host of innovative features and will be optimised for a cruise speed of more than 400 km/h. It will aim at achieving the best trade-off between speed, cost-efficiency, sustainability and mission performance. Final assembly of the demonstrator is expected to start in 2019, with a first flight the next year. Here’s an idea that deserves to catch on... They say that if you earn your living doing what you love, you'll never work a day in your life. And that may be part of the underpinning of RANS Aircraft Company's "Fly to Work"day concept. Posting on Facebook, RANS says that because its factory is located just off I-70 on the 183 Bypass, they have a lot of roadside visibility. According to the post: "It is fun to let the local and transient traffic know what we are about, so we created "Fly to Work"Day. A St. Cloud, MN man has been arrested after he allegedly blocked a floatplane from landing on a lake in Stearns county with his pontoon boat earlier this month. The boater was identified as 39-year-old Courtney Zack. On June 8, he allegedly blocked the plane from landing on Watab Lake with his boat. The pilot called the Stearns county Sheriff's Office from his plane to tell them he was being prevented from landing on the lake. The pilot, who was not identified, was able to land before authorities arrived, and then became engaged in an argument with the boater in the middle of the lake. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-TV: Progressive Aerodyne Update - 25 Years of Amphibious Excellence
Fri, Jun 23,2017 03:51:18PM EST
Upgraded Models Mark A Quarter-Century Of Flying And Floating Fun… Progressive Aerodyne is marking the 25th anniversary of the SeaRey amphibious airplane this year with upgraded models for your flying and floating enjoyment. Ken Oaks, Director of Sales & Marketing for Progressive Aerodyne, told ANN's Tom Patton at Sun 'n Fun in April that the company has updated its most popular airplane, the SeaRey Elite, with a Garmin G3X Touch avionics package...

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