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Report: DOT Selects 10 Drone Test Program Winners

The Transportation Department is set to announce Wednesday the 10 winning local, tribal and state government agencies of a pilot program that will allow them to test unmanned aerial systems through partnerships with technology companies, Reuters reported Wednesday. Sources said Apple, Intel, Amazon, Airbus and Qualcomm are among the companies …

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CNAS Forms Task Force to Advise Gov’t on US Sanctions Practices

The Center for a New American Security has formed a new task force focused on providing ideas that work to help the administration and Congress develop and implement sanctions against entities that violate U.S. policies. CNAS said Tuesday the Future of U.S. Sanctions Task Force within its energy, economics and security …

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Airbus, Finmeccanica, Dassault to Conduct Two-Year Europe UAV Study

Airbus, Finmeccanica and Dassault Aviation will carry out a study on unmanned aerial vehicles for three countries in Europe that seek to build their own drones, Defense News reported Monday. The defense ministers of Italy, Germany and France inked an agreement to carry out the two-year definition study for the European Medium-Altitude, Long-Endurance UAV …

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