Some U.S. Ski Resorts Explore Possibility Of 'Drone Zones'A drone hovers about 30 feet above the skier's head, then quickly swoops down for a tighter angle so its video camera can capture his every move as he carves down a steep powder stash.
Some Ski Resorts Explore Possibility Of 'Drone Zones'A new production company is allowing skiing customers to get the ultimate selfie.
FAA Clears CU For Drone Tests TakeoffThe Federal Aviation Administration will soon allow the University of Colorado to start testing drones -- and they aren't the typical hobby drones.
University Of Colorado To Test Drones In San Luis ValleyThe University of Colorado says it will help test two kinds of drones in southern Colorado's San Luis Valley.
Crew Chief Applauds FAA's New Drone Regulations PlanThere are expected to be more than a million drones in use in the U.S. by the end of the year.
Cautious Drone Owners Not Happy About Having To Register Their AircraftDrones and planes don't mix. That's why on Monday the Federal Aviation Administration announced owners will have to register their drones.
DIA Zeros In On Drone HazardsAs drones gain popularity among the population, Denver International Airport transportation experts teamed up with law enforcement to address drone hazards.
Grant Will Help Develop Drones Used To Study Severe StormsA proposal to use drones to study study severe storms has received a boost from a $1.9 million federal grant to refine the aircraft and some of the instruments they carry.
Drones Help Denver Public Works Monitor Rising Water LevelsDenver Public Works is using drones to help keep an eye on the rising water levels in local waterways and reservoirs.
Xcel Energy Says Customers Will Benefit After FAA Allows Use Of DronesThe Federal Aviation Administration just gave Xcel Energy the approval to fly the drones, and Xcel says its customers will be the big winners.
Airplane Pilots Reporting Increase In Drone Encounters In The SkyThe Federal Aviation Administration bans the commercial use of drones but the high-flying devices are so popular with hobbyists, they are becoming a threat to airplanes.
Fire Captain Says Drone 'Possibilities Are Endless'More drones are showing up at crime scenes in the Denver metro area, and as fire and police agencies are starting to use them for training, an agency in Douglas County will try to get in on the trend.