As we discussed in our previous posts, there are a number of positive trends that make the Internet of Things a long lasting evolution.
In the not-too-distant future, everything will be connected. And we won’t even call it “connected,” it will just be normal. It’s a trend we’re seeing plenty of already, with technology in cars being a key example—have you seen they have WiFi now?
We all share the frustration that policymaking impedes innovation – that the private sector moves too quickly for the public sector to keep up. That is certainly true in the UAS arena.
Earlier this week the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) published its long awaited notice of proposed rulemaking regarding the registration of clinical trials.
Could a new generation of aircraft carriers change how future conflicts are fought from the sky? The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) aims to find out.
Senate Al Franken asked Uber for clarification about an apparent “troubling disregard for customers’ privacy, including the need to protect their sensitive geolocation data.”
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) ruled earlier this week that small, unmanned aircraft flights are subject to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules prohibiting careless and reckless aircraft operation, potentially subjecting small, unmanned aircraft operators to civil enforcement penalties for such operations.
Our guest this week is Ambassador Daniel Sepulveda, the man charged with managing the US relationship with the International Telecommunications Union.
Information about patent and trademark applications, processes and maintenance requirements is much more accessible to the public than it used to be.
Even the best businesses cannot always keep every customer, employee, business partner, or other party happy at all times. Unfortunately, in this day and age, many of these disgruntled parties will choose to take their complaints public by posting disparaging information or content about a company online, which can cause significant damage.