Today, we are to excited to release with the Center for a New American Security The Drone Database, a tool that we hope will aid policymakers and the public in understanding the scope and implications of global drone proliferation. It includes profiles of over 150 drones from 48 countries. The drones in the database are can be organized according to country of origin and include technical specifications such as range, payload size, and endurance.
This looks like an amazing tool. I can’t wait to check it out. I only wish it had been available this last semester for my students to explore in Drones and Society at the University of Utah.