Skyyfish had the honor of being a part of the second annual Bridger Cup held in Bozeman Montana. The Bridger Cup is an annual drone competition and exposition that focuses on showcasing the art of unmanned aerial technology throughout Montana.
The University of Montana Autonomous Aerial Systems Office has partnered with several Montana UAV businesses to leverage UAV technology to tackle Montana wildfires. We’re proud to be one of those partners. This project is being called DroneFire. So what’s in
Over the weekend Skyyfish CEO Orest Pilskalns gave a presentation at the Golden Gate Club in San Francisco, California during the Small Unmanned Systems Business Expo. In his presentation he illustrates not only what makes up a UAV but also
XPONENTIAL 2016 Educational Program XPONENTIAL 2016 offers an abundance of educational sessions designed to meet your needs. Whether you have an extra few minutes in the Expo Hall to participate in an Ask the Expert session, or if you have
April 27-29, 2016 This year’s workshop subjects include mapping, search and rescue, and aerial photography, and are hosted by professionals in the unmanned and remote sensing field. Workshop attendees will get insights and highlights of procedures and workflows honed from
This past Christmas the FAA received a lawsuit challenging the new UAV registration requirements. On February 17th the FAA received a second lawsuit regarding the same issue. The new registration rules have been hitting a nerve with many pilots because
The UAV industry is exploding! Sales projections for 2016 are looking strong, even with the uncertainty of where the FAA is going to fall specifically, when it comes to industrial and commercial UAV regulation. We here at Skyyfish are
A lawsuit challenging the FAA drone registration rules was filed in the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on December 24th. The lawsuit being filed by John A. Taylor, a multi-rotor hobbyist, claims the registration rules are illegal. Taylor, a
The team at Skyyfish would like to wish you a happy new year!
According to the FAA direct website, if you own a drone, you must register it with the Federal Aviation Administration’s Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) registry. A federal law effective December 21, 2015 requires unmanned aircraft registration, and you are subject