Florida Governor Rick Scott Takes Leadership Role in State UAV Law

Florida Governor Rick Scott has taken a leadership position among state governors concerning laws that impact local government use of UAVs. Read the Miami Herald’s complete story here.

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Angel Eyes UAV Featured On New Podcast From Drone Law Today

Drone Law Today is an important voice in the UAV industry, and we at Angel Eyes UAV enjoy listening to their podcast. So, we are especially pleased to be featured on their latest podcast! Our founder and CEO, Stephen J. Myers shares his unique insights on several topics. Our talk touches on state and federal […]

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Florida No. 2 in Nation for Number of Drone Pilots ‘Certificates’ Granted

(TNS) — One of a fast-growing number of drone operators to gain new federal exemptions, Clermont videographer Brandon Horgeshimer has shot aerials of everything from reality-show scenes to RV-park footage. “I think the certificate is legitimizing the industry to companies who want to use this technology to help advertise, whether it’s real estate or television stuff or […]

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Angel Eyes Listed Among “People Pushing The Envelope”

As published in Gulfshore Life, March 2014 by CAYLA STANLEY Stephen Myers Photography by Mila Bridger In the wealth of brilliant minds and skilled hands in Southwest Florida, a select few are taking things a step outside the box. We sought out the individuals who have set themselves apart through compelling innovation and the courage to think […]

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FAA Releases New Model Aircraft Standards

This week, the FAA released a new document detailing standards that “provides guidance to persons operating UnmannedAircraft (UA) for hobby or recreation purposes meeting the statutory definition of ‘model aircraft’ contained in Section 336 of Public Law 112-95, the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012.” According to UAS Vision (uasvision.com), Advisory Circular (AC) 91-57A replaces […]

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Angel Eyes UAV Passes Space Florida Certification with Flying Colors (2014)

Angel Eyes UAV has become the first commercial unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) firm, not affiliated with the Department of Defense, to have its aircraft and safety procedures approved as an operational UAV through the Space Florida system.. Space Florida is moving forward in leading the commercial development of the UAV industry in spite of its […]

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Angel Eyes Featured in Business Observer Magazine

The March 2014 issue of Business Observer magazine featured Angel Eyes UAV in an article about the rise of drone use in business. The article can be read here. In the article, Angel Eyes CEO Stephen J. Myers explains the business and regulatory climate for UAVs and the expanding range of capabilities that UAVs can […]

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AUVSI’s “XPONENTIAL” Event 2016

The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) has been the industry’s go-to organization for over 40 years, and Angel Eyes UAV plays an important role in the organization, as Angel Eyes President Stephen J. Myers serves on the AUVSI board or directors. AUVSI is preparing for their 2016 conference, “XPONENTIAL” May 2 – 5 in New […]

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Drones Again to Descend on Kennedy Space Center

They’ll be back. A fleet of small drones buzzed the sky near Kennedy Space Center recently, participating in the state’s first sponsored demonstration of the technology. The 21 flights performed during two days late last month served as practice for demonstrations Space Florida will lead in May, when the drone industry’s biggest annual conference will […]

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Eye In the Sky

Angel Eyes UAV and CEO Stephen J. Myers were featured in Gulfshore Business in 2014. Click here to read the entire article.

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