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Wed, Aug 26, 2015

Aero-TV: JR'S AXIS System - Model Aviation Stability Augmentation

Amazing Efforts To Augment Model Stability Offer Exceptional New Technology

There used to be a time when learning to fly a radio controlled model airplane was a trial and error process. Unfortunately, the error part of that process often meant the creation of a “smoking hole.” Now, things have changed, and ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, took the opportunity at eFest 2015 to find out about RC aircraft automatic stabilization. In Jim’s interview with Len Sabato, the Managing Director of JR Americas, we learn about this great feature being provided for new RC equipment. Sabato introduces us a system called Axis, which is a 3 axis system that makes the model easier to fly.

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Wed, Aug 26, 2015

Chatham, MA Selectmen To Issue RFP For Skydiving Operations

Consultants And Attorneys Said Battling The FAA Would Be Fruitless

The Chatham, MA board of selectmen has decided not to fight city hall ... or at least engage in a legal battle with the FAA. The board on Monday voted to issue an RFP for skydiving operations at the local airport.

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Wed, Aug 26, 2015

Airborne 08.25.15: UK Airshow Restrictions, GI Bill Slashed?, NBAA On Airspace

Also: Aero-Calendar, Airstrip Reopens, NASA Hurricane Forecasting, Unions Urge Congress, No UAV Promotion At Ballgame, Gone West: Fritz Payne, A/C Leasing Market

The U.K. Civil Aviation Authority has placed an immediate restriction on certain "high energy" maneuvers by vintage aircraft in the wake of an accident Saturday that resulted in multiple fatal injuries of people on the ground near the Shoreham Airshow. In a notice posted online, the CAA says it immediately began an urgent review and has placed a series of immediate restrictions and changes on UK civil air displays. According to The Helicopter Association International, referred to as the HAI, the U.S. House of Representatives is poised to drastically overreact to a loophole in the Post 9/11 GI Bill that Congress itself created. The changes likely to be enacted threaten the ability of veterans to join the aviation industry, especially the v

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Wed, Aug 26, 2015

Aero-TV: JR'S AXIS System - Model Aviation Stability Augmentation

Amazing Efforts To Augment Model Stability Offer Exceptional New Technology 

There used to be a time when learning to fly a radio controlled model airplane was a trial and error process. Unfortunately, the error part of that process often meant the creation of a “smoking hole.” Now, things have changed, and ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, took the opportunity at eFest 2015 to find out about RC aircraft automatic stabilization.

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Wed, Aug 26, 2015

Civil Air Patrol National Conference Draws Over 800 To Orlando

Themes Of The Conference Are Training, Focus On Future Path

More than 800 Civil Air Patrol members will convene Aug. 27-29 in Orlando, FL, for the organization’s 2015 National Conference, devoting several days to training, networking and focusing on the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary’s path for the future.

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Wed, Aug 26, 2015

Airborne 08.26.15: New U-2?, Carter PAV Update, AK TFR Concerns

Also: Skydive Mid-Air, Classic Aero-TV, United Airlines, Forest Service Policy v Helicopters, WestJet Pilots' Association, NASA Drops Plane, FlyteNow in Court

Is it possible that the concept of a manned spyplane is still valid enough to beat out drones and the satellites for the job? The Air Force is set to retire the iconic U-2 surveillance airplane, which first flew in 1955, in 2019, but now the Popular Science website is stating that the Lockheed Martin Skunkworks is considering a follow-on aircraft to the U-2 that would be stealthier and have a longer flight time. Carter Aviation Technologies, LLC is continuing its focus to get a CarterCopter into production. Although flight testing has ramped down, flight demonstrations have not. Jay Carter has indicated they have a need for more pilot capability to give them added flexibility for the purpose of demonstrating their aircraft. The FAA says it will be issuing multiple Temporary Flight Restrictions in support of a president

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Wed, Aug 26, 2015

Op-Ed Cautions CA Legislature About UAV Limitations

AUVSI CEO Urges State Lawmakers To Let FAA Set Rules

The California Legislature is considering a bill that would prevent unmanned aircraft from flying at an altitude below 350 over any private property in the state. And in an opinion piece in the Sacramento Bee, Brian Wynne, the president and CEO of AUVSI, says that will have a chilling effect on the emerging industry which can create tens of thousands of jobs and have a $14 billion economic impact on the state.

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Wed, Aug 26, 2015

First Flight: Sony Aerosense UAV

Tiny 'Tilt-Rotor' Aircraft Can Carry 22 Pounds, Fly 92 Knots

Sony has released a YouTube video of its new Aerosense UAV it has developed in a joint venture with the Japanese robotics company ZMP.

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Wed, Aug 26, 2015

Royal Thai Air Force Receives Four EC725s

Fleet Will Be Used In Multiple SAR Roles

The Royal Thai Air Force has taken delivery of four EC725s, with two additional aircraft expected to be delivered next year.

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Wed, Aug 26, 2015

Trimble Takes Flight With New Unmanned Aircraft System

ZX5 Multirotor UAS Employs New Aerial Imaging Technology

Trimble has unveiled its new ZX5 Multirotor Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), a new aerial imaging and workflow solution that captures and processes geo-referenced photo and video data for mapping, agriculture and inspection applications. 

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