The US is about to celebrate our Independence Day, which is an event that is part of our culture but also a sign that it’s peak growing season for corn and soybean and every other crop that drones are sensing
I once heard someone say that when you get your pilot certificate (or wings), you get issued two metaphorical buckets: A bucket full of luck and an empty bucket labeled “experience.” The object is to fill the latter one up before
What are the chances that important things are happening so fast in our industry, and in so many places around the world, that you missed one of them? One example is the VTOL Proposed Means of Compliance, a document EASA
Have you subscribed to the podcast yet? Most of us can walk a mile in 15 minutes. If you are cooped up at home doing telework, you probably need to anyway, so why not listen to the podcast while you do. Please
This article first appeared in the May 2015 Flight Test News. The annual Flight Test Safety Workshop just wrapped up a week of presentations in Arizona. During that time, the FTSC presented the annual Tony Levier Flight Test Safety Award.