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AirShare sat down with Chris Jackson from JacksonUAS, an experienced UAV pilot and engineer based in Auckland.
The Global UTM Association (GUTMA), announced the appointment of Trent Fulcher, director of AirShare, to the company’s Board.
Thanks to the input of the New Zealand wide drone user community, we have released the Drone Tracker 2018 survey results providing new insights into many aspects of the sector.
airshare's My Flights logging tool now provides automated authorisations under certain conditions. Read on for the details.
New Zealand company Paua Interface has been given approval for a new drone testing area in the Hokianga, in NZ's far north.
Part 102 certified operators need to supply the following information when submitting a NOTAMS.
An overview of this week's UAVNZ Conference held at AUT.
Notice of no fly zone in Christchurch's Port Hills due to fire.
The number of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) flights in New Zealand is rapidly increasing according to the latest figures from airshare.co.nz.
Permission and Part 102 certification is required for flying or filming over NZ's highways. Read on for more information about the process.
Visiting New Zealand and want to capture stills and video by drone? Please read this post first to make sure you fly within the local rules.
If you are giving or buying your first drone this Christmas, make sure you know and share the rules.