Best unmanned podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Unmanned Mission To The Moon
Rare
 
A music podcast featuring artists we love. Want to discover rad new music? Look no further! We play whatever we want, and that just happens to include music being made by individuals and groups who aren't just 4 dudes jammin out. If you're tired of hearing the same old pitchfork npr av club music festival boys club b.s. and you want something hip and fresh, you've come to the right moon. (Note: explicit language has not been edited and may not be suitable for children.)
 
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Commercial Drones FM
Monthly+
 
The commercial drone industry is projected to be worth more than $20 billion in the next 10 years. Commercial Drones FM is the podcast for the commercial drone industry. Your host, Ian Smith—a helicopter pilot and international drone operator—guides you in discovering the people who power the drone industry, the concepts that drive it, and the global industries who already use drones in their businesses today.
 
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The UAV Digest
Weekly
 
The weekly audio podcast bringing you coverage of unmanned aerial vehicles and systems.
 
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DIY Drones Podcast (MP3)
Monthly+
 
This is a podcast for all things about amateur Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).
 
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UAV Wire podcast
Monthly+
 
Monitoring and curating the best of civilian unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)
 
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The Orbital Mechanics Podcast
Weekly
 
Every other week we cover the latest spaceflight news, discuss past, current and future exploration efforts, and take a look at upcoming events. Tune in to hear about how humans get to space, how they stay in space and how unmanned craft reach farther and farther into the universe around us.
 
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Ask Drone U
Daily
 
We’re Drone U, a group of guys who have turned their passion for flight into a profitable business. We love hearing from our fans, and we love helping by answering their questions. That’s why we started the Ask Drone U podcast in 2015. Since then, we are one of the largest, most popular DAILY drone podcasts out there. Each episode features an actual question submitted from someone just like you! We wish we could answer everyone’s question(s), but we’ll do our best to get through as many of t ...
 
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UAS TODAY
Monthly
 
We are committed to the sharing information about Unmanned Aerial Systems in the National Airspace Systems (UASNAS). Our goal is to see the full integration of UASs in the areas of science, research and development, delivery, manufacturing, farming, search and rescue, and law enforcement. However, there are also potential drawbacks that could be caused by integration of the UAS into the NAS. To that end, this web page is dedicated to the fair and equal sharing of information both positive an ...
 
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sUAS News
Monthly
 
Promoting and showcasing Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Drones). We are all about platforms, subsystems and technology applications.sUASNews the global unmanned aviation news source.
 
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SomeDrones.com
Monthly
 
Review | Interview | Showcase | and Deliver concise articles digesting the latest news in small unmanned aerial systems to keep quad/hex/octocopter enthusiasts and pilots on top of what's happening in the field and in the sky.
 
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UAV not Drone Podcast
Monthly
 
UAV not Drone is a website and podcast that serves as an outlet for news and and opinions on unmanned aerial vehicles and their applications.
 
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Second Variety by Philip K. Dick
 
Early victories by the USSR in a global nuclear war cause the United Nations government to retreat to the moon leaving behind troops and fierce autonomous robots called “Claws”, which reproduce and redesign themselves in unmanned subterranean factories. After six bloody years of conflict the Soviets call for an urgent conference and UN Major Joseph Hendricks sets out to meet them. Along the way he will discover what the Claws have been up to, and it isn’t good… - Second Variety was first pub ...
 
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The Manthology Show
Weekly
 
What makes a man in this unmanly age? Good question. Let’s find out together and have some fun while we’re at it.
 
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sUAS News
Monthly+
 
Promoting and showcasing Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Drones). We are all about platforms, subsystems and technology applications. sUASNews the global unmanned aviation news source.
 
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The Orbital Mechanics
Monthly+
 
Every week we cover the latest spaceflight news, discuss past, current and future exploration efforts, and take a look at upcoming events. Tune in to hear about how humans get to space, how they stay in space and how unmanned craft reach farther and farther into the universe around us.
 
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Second Variety by DICK, Philip K.
 
Early victories by the USSR in a global nuclear war cause the United Nations government to retreat to the moon leaving behind troops and fierce autonomous robots called “Claws”, which reproduce and redesign themselves in unmanned subterranean factories. After six bloody years of conflict the Soviets call for an urgent conference and UN Major Joseph Hendricks sets out to meet them. Along the way he will discover what the Claws have been up to, and it isn’t good… - Second Variety was first pub ...
 
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LawyerLiz
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Elizabeth is a business and public policy attorney specializing in technology-related interests. She advises companies, educational institutions, and government entities on the integration of unmanned systems, information security, and other emerging technologies. Elizabeth has presented on the privacy, research, and risk management issues surrounding unmanned aircraft and information security before legislators and municipal governing authorities and at conferences including Security BSides ...
 
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UNSTOPPABLE - Movie Review
Daily+
 
Inspired by actual events, this adrenaline rush thriller by director Tony Scott ("Crimson Tide", "Man on Fire", "Top Gun") stars two-time Academy Award Winner Denzel Washington as a veteran train engineer who along with a rookie conductor (Chris Pine) find themselves in a race against the clock to stop an unmanned runaway train - effectively a missile the size of a skyscraper - and prevent a disaster in a heavily populated area. This wild ride, bending propulsive action, character, drama and ...
 
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This webinar is part of a series featuring presentations delivered at the May 2017 Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable Meeting. This meeting focused on the characterization and treatment of heavy metals at mining sites. More information about the meeting can be found at https://frtr.gov/meetings1.htm. This webinar will focus on techniqu ...…
 
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She Invests! - Interviews with powerful women, female angel investors
 
Ellen Chang is an experienced defense innovation professional working in areas from aerospace to informatics. She has over 25 years of experience in strategy, business and product development, and systems engineering in the technology and aerospace industries. She used to work in the Navy, then eventually left at her mid-career to pursue a busi ...…
 
We extend our video exploration of the growing unmanned aircraft market to address the U.S. military's recent change of plans, as well as what to know about the technology when it falls into the hands of bad guys. | Written and produced by Ben Watson. With additional reporting by Patrick Tucker and editing by Bradley Peniston. And music by Davi ...…
 
The cluster of unmanned aircraft systems companies in the Columbia River Gorge led one online journal to dub the rural region east of Portland, "Dronetown, USA."By tbanse@u.washington.edu (Tom Banse).
 
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Playdate Podcast
 
Rapper, podcaster, anarchist organizer, and all-around comrade Sole (@mcsole) joins us to talk about games. Ben chose three games that he thought Sole would find interesting. We cover those, then talk about what we’ve all been up to in games. Sole not being a games person, we figured that made the most sense. Bela has been playing Overwatch and ...…
 
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Arkansas Farm Bureau Podcast
 
Satellite imagery and unmanned aerial systems are transforming the way farmers and ranchers are scouting their fields for disease and improving crop yield. Terry Spurlock, a plant pathologist with the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, discussed this topic at Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Officers and Leaders Conference in Hot Springs. In ...…
 
NATO-led exercise Dynamic Mongoose took place in the North Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Iceland. Participants were training anti-submarine warfare (ASW) interoperability and anti-surface capabilities. Naval forces from Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the United Kingdom and the United States partic ...…
 
A year after the crash of the prototype, testing of the Piaggio HammerHead UAS is underway again. We also look at drones and field biology, security, and swarming technology. UAV News Piaggio Aerospace Resumes Test Flights of Hammerhead UAV In May 2016, the prototype Piaggio Aerospace P.1HH HammerHead UAV crashed off the coast of Sicily. Report ...…
 
She was my partner in crime. Farnoosh recently hosted her own show on CNBC. She also has a super popular podcast. And she’s a successful book author and all around writer. But to me she’s more than that. From 2006 to 2008 we did videos together every day. We would meet on Wall Street, a video guy would tape us talking about whatever we wanted t ...…
 
In this episode of Voices from DARPA, get inside the full-spectrum engineering head of Dr. Troy Olsson, a program manager since 2014 in the Agency’s Microsystems Technology Office (MTO). Listen in as Olsson describes progress toward vanishing materials that can keep sensitive electronic components out of adversaries’ hands; unmanned air vehicle ...…
 
The U.S. Navy protects our seas around the clock. But what else does the Navy do? It innovates – a lot. Ray Mabus, who was Secretary of the Navy under both Obama Administrations and held that post longer than anyone since World War I, created a fully green fleet during his tenure. Now, 65 percent of energy on navy bases around the world comes f ...…
 
Telecommunication drone tests from MIT and Verizon, flying near firefighters, pipeline inspection, drone registration refunds for recreational operators, and the UAS Identification and Tracking Aviation Rulemaking Committee. UAV News MIT Develops Gas-Powered UAV That Can Stay Aloft for Five Days This fixed-wing, long-endurance UAV was developed ...…
 
Boaty McBoatface - the unmanned yellow submarine, has just come back from his first mission! We chat to Professor Wynn, the chief scientist of robotics at the national oceanography centre, to find out all about it, plus where he's off to next. We also find out about the bottom of the sea with Marina Ventura and Techno Mum explains about those c ...…
 
A look back at the first 200 episodes and a peek into topics that might get our attention in the future, including regulatory actions that result from FAA reauthorization. To celebrate the 200th episode, David and Max take a step back from the usual format and reminisce about the issues that were important when the podcast started in 2013. The ...…
 
Originally from Alexandria, Virginia, Paul is the founder of the company taitkenflight. He spends half his time here and half his time at DroneU as the Chief Pilot. Paul acquired a University Certificate in Unmanned Systems Engineering from UXY. Paul has trained students from the BBC, CNN, Fox News, ABC, and CBS, and has flown for multiple mult ...…
 
In this episode, Curt discusses drone law with Dr. Thomas Abbott and Civil Air Patrol Commander Daniel Leclair from the University of Maine’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems program. Tom is the director of the university’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems program and Dan is one of the instructors in the program.
 
Ever wonder what’s happening at the local and state levels regarding drones? If you asked today’s guest, he’d have a lot to share. Arthur Holland Michel is founder and editor of the Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College. The Center examines the novel and complex opportunities and challenges presented by unmanned systems technologies ...…
 
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Electric Streams - Game of Thrones, Atypical, Comrade Detective and more!
 
We look back on Season Three of Game of Thrones, as David Troy, Vic Miller, Summer Walker and Adam Eastwood dress up for the big wedding among other memorable moments from one of the finest seasons of this series! SPOILER WARNING, we spoil plot points right up to the end of Season 6 during this look back. As a lead-up to the premiere of Season ...…
 
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems or “drones” are quickly getting popular with broadcast engineers and consultants. A bird’s eye view can help us better visualize our antenna systems, plus there’s real value in catching visible problems before sending a tower crew to troubleshoot. Chris and Kirk show video examples of aerial tower shots, plus Chris ...…
 
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems or “drones” are quickly getting popular with broadcast engineers and consultants. A bird’s eye view can help us better visualize our antenna systems, plus there’s real value in catching visible problems before sending a tower crew to troubleshoot. Chris and Kirk show video examples of aerial tower shots, plus Chris ...…
 
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems or “drones” are quickly getting popular with broadcast engineers and consultants. A bird’s eye view can help us better visualize our antenna systems, plus there’s real value in catching visible problems before sending a tower crew to troubleshoot. Chris and Kirk show video examples of aerial tower shots, plus Chris ...…
 
The director of the GENIUS NY accelerator competition for unmanned systems describes how they are helping UAS companies become successful. Guest Jonathan Parry is the Director of GENIUS NY, an in-residence business accelerator program at the CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity (CEO) Tech Garden in Syracuse, New York. As the world’s ...…
 
Today's question comes from Jonathan, a drone pilot and aspiring advocate working in Yonkers. He wants to know if it is legal to fly his drone over a group of people if he has their consent. We talk about the FAA’s regulations around flying over crowds and discuss how obtaining a waiver can allow you to do so.Additionally, Paul reads a short pa ...…
 
We tried flying a drone! Here are some of the things we learned, some things we didn't expect, and the details of what you need to know to fly a drone in Korea. Despite how much we rant about our drone stress, we actually love aerial photography. Helicams, quadcopters, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), oh my!Show notes:• We mentioned how som ...…
 
We’ve spent a few articles on Universe Today talking about just how difficult it’s going to be to travel to other stars. Sending tiny unmanned probes across the vast gulfs between stars is still mostly science fiction. But to send humans on that journey? That’s just a level of technology beyond comprehension. For example, the nearest star is Pr ...…
 
We’ve spent a few articles on Universe Today talking about just how difficult it’s going to be to travel to other stars. Sending tiny unmanned probes across the vast gulfs between stars is still mostly science fiction. But to send humans on that journey? That’s just a level of technology beyond comprehension. For example, the nearest star is Pr ...…
 
We’ve spent a few articles on Universe Today talking about just how difficult it’s going to be to travel to other stars. Sending tiny unmanned probes across the vast gulfs between stars is still mostly science fiction. But to send humans on that journey? That’s just a level of technology beyond comprehension. For example, the nearest star is Pr ...…
 
In the tech industry there s always a "next big thing" on the horizon that s going to change everything. It happens so often there s a name for this syndrome. It s called "disruption." The next big disruption that everyone s talking about is driverless cars. While we don t know when a driverless car is actually going to pull up outside your hou ...…
 
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Maryland Risk Management Education Podcast
 
In this episode, Paul discusses the recent decision in Taylor v. Huerta. This case involved FAA's earlier decision to require all unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to be registered. Paul will discuss how this decision could impact agriculture and explain what the recent decision means to others. Materials discussed in this episode: Goeringer, Pau ...…
 
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Spinning Logic
 
Connie Reese leads Public Relations for the James Webb Space Telescope and Civil Space at the Space Park Center of Excellence at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, a premier provider of manned and unmanned aircraft, space systems and advanced technologies critical to our nation’s security and advancement of our rich history of exploration. In ...…
 
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