• New Unmanned Canada.19 Program

    As you can imagine, any conference of this scope has a lot of moving parts. Agendas can change, speakers can opt-out (or in) – and the overall program can shift. It happens with every conference, and it has happened with UC19Ottawa. Today, we have issued our *final* Conference Program. We say *final* because, well, things […]

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  • The #UC19Ottawa Countdown is On!

    As you are likely aware, we’re heading into the home stretch leading up to Unmanned Canada 19 – the biggest and most influential annual gathering of its kind in the country. Our Conference and Trade Show takes place October 30 – November 1 in the nation’s capital, with three jam-packed days of keynotes, cutting-edge panels, […]

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  • United States Postal Service issues RPAS RFI

    As a service to USC-STC members, as well as the broader Canadian RPAS community, we are reprinting a Request for Information from the USPS. We encourage all eligible providers to consider making a submission. Reprint follows below; please note deadline of November 4, 2019. The United States Postal Service (Postal Service or USPS) is investigating […]

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  • Arctic RPAS RFP Extended to October 17

    Do you manufacture or operate a long-range RPAS suitable for Beyond Visual Line of Sight surveillance in the Arctic?  If so, you may well be interested in an RFP that’s still open (and, in fact, has just been extended), from Public Works and Government Service Canada. In a nutshell, the details read like this: “Transport […]

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  • 2019 Award Nominations Close September 30

    Who do you admire in Canada’s Unmanned and Remotely Piloted Vehicle Systems sector? Is there an individual or organization you believe deserves acknowledgement on a national stage?  Unmanned Systems Canada / Systèmes Télécommandés Canada is now accepting nominations for its two annual award categories: the Pip Rudkin Individual Achievement Award and the USC-STC Organizational Award. Recognize […]

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  • New UC19Ottawa Micro-Site

    In case you’ve missed it on social media, USC-STC is proud to unveil a new micro-site dedicated to the upcoming UC19Ottawa conference. We’ll give you the link in a second, but here’s a quick sneak peek: The site contains everything you need to know about the conference, including downloadable programs, exhibitor and sponsorship packages, hotel […]

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  • US Department of Defense RFI

    The United States Department of Defense is calling for input from the RPAS industry to help formulate an investment roadmap. This formal Request For Information is also open to those in the Canadian RPAS world – and your input may well help the US Government further define its future drone small-UAS requirements. It might even […]

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  • Flying Drones in CLASS C Airspace – You mean they’ll let you?

    By David Cooke, Guest Contributor There are procedures now to fly UAVs in any controlled airspace as long as you have an advanced RPAS license and an aircraft declared “SAFE” by the manufacturer. Simple. Now you just go on the NavCanada website and file a request.  This all started back in AUG 2018, with a […]

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  • UC19Ottawa at a glance!

    A detailed program is on the way (along with a new website), but we thought we’d whet your appetite with a preview of what’s on tap this fall at our annual conference. Needless to say, this is an extremely era in the #unmanned world. This year has brought new regulations, new technologies – even the […]

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  • #UC19Ottawa Registration Now OPEN!

    Unmanned Systems Canada / Systèmes Télécommandés Canada is pleased to announce that registration for its annual conference is now open. This year’s conference will take place in the nation’s capital from October 30 to November 1, and promises to be USC-STC’s biggest and most ambitious gathering to date. We’ll be announcing speakers and the full […]

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