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Robinson Helicopter Company announced its R66 Turbine Police Helicopter with the FLIR Systems Ultra 8000 Infrared Camera and the Spectrolab SX-7 searchlight with 30-million candlepower has been reconfigured to include a multitude of upgrades. This high performance 4-place police helicopter comes standard with a Garmin G500H Primary and Multifunction Display System (PFD/MFD), a Garmin GTN 635 touch-screen navigator, and a Garmin GTR 225A COM radio. Also standard are Boland’s 10.4” LCD monitor and two 6-channel audio controllers.
Search teams in Laos have located the crash site of a Soviet-made Mi-7 Lao military helicopter that went missing this week with 23 people on board, the Southeast Asian country's state-run news agency reported Wednesday.
In an effort to make America's low altitude airspace safe for package delivery — and a host of other uses — Amazon is proposing a "drone zone.
A Russian helicopter pilot who went missing during the Iqaluit-to-Greenland portion of a trip around the world was down to his last flare when he was found on a floe in the Davis Strait Monday morning.
Airbus Helicopters has achieved Factory Acceptance of HATS01, the first of 15 helicopters of the H135 family (EC135 T2+) for the Helicopter Aircrew Training System (HATS) for the Australian Defence Force (ADF).
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Ofcom will be taking the stage at December’s U.K. Drone Show in Birmingham to announce the very latest drone and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) news to the who’s who of the drone industry.
Pan Am venues in York Region have at least one spectator that’s not there to watch the games.
Commercial drones are no longer just a product for the enterprise or government, but are quickly emerging as a mainstream venture for the everyday consumer. With dozens of options already on the market, finding an affordable drone has become fairly simple, but the cost of replacing one or repairing damaged property from a collision can easily double your investment.
Five aircrew from 12 Wing Shearwater’s Helicopter Operational Test and Evaluation Facility (HOTEF) made history on June 22, 2015, when they took the newly accepted CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopter on its first flight as an air asset of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF).
Saskatoon will need to continue to monitor rules governing drone aircraft as technology evolves, a city councillor says.
A company whose fuel tanker truck overturned and spilled thousands of litres of jet fuel into a fish-bearing stream in the Slocan Valley during a forest-firefighting operation two years ago is suing the B.C. government for damages.
An aggressive fire burning near a rural subdivision in the West Kelowna area that quadrupled in size overnight Monday is spreading rapidly, having already displaced scores of residents from their homes.
Latitude Technologies has announced that the company's award-winning IONode ION100 Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) lightweight flight data recorder is now FAA certified for installation on all Airbus EC135 airframe types.  Also included is Latitude's SkyNode S200 Satcom voice and data transceiver.   
Boeing is completing the first tests of military Ka-band service available through the Inmarsat-5 F2 commercial communications satellite, part of Inmarsat’s Global Xpress network. The demonstrations to securely transmit high-data-rate information have involved ten major U.S. Department of Defense customer groups on fast-moving platforms and with users at multiple locations.
Fire crews and officials scrambled to keep residents safe from a quickly spreading blaze near Westside Road in West Kelowna, B.C., which has so far destroyed at least one home. 
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