The flying of drones has been restricted in the vicinity of the Port of Dover because of national security concerns.
Police will be given more powers and resources to crack down on illegal drone use in a bid to avoid a repeat of the chaos this caused at airports.
Scientists have developed fully autonomous robots which are able to inspect wind farms for damage.
Drones launched by Yemen’s Houthi rebels have attacked the world’s largest oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia and another major oilfield, sparking huge fires.
Police have urged members of the public to use drones responsibly after a spate of summer incidents and security breaches.
An airliner carrying up to 186 passengers was forced to take avoiding action after a drone was spotted, a near-miss report has revealed.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah has said his group will shoot down any Israeli drones that enter Lebanese airspace from now on.
The use of drones to search for people lost at sea is to be tested by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
An model aeroplane group in Moray is concerned they could be forced to give up their hobby or face hefty bills after being caught up in a crackdown on drones.
Police Scotland’s ability to search for missing and vulnerable people will be enhanced with the introduction of state of the art Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) - in other words, drones.
An Aberdeen man who spent nine months in prison after getting mixed up with drug dealers is determined to make his second chance count.
Farmers have been urged to familiarise themselves with the rules surrounding the commercial use of drones.
Drones were yesterday brought in after a search for missing Fort William climber Tom Ballard was stood down due to an avalanche risk.
Ambitious NHS Highland plans to use drones to deliver medical supplies to hospitals, GP surgeries and care homes across the region has been welcomed.
Thousands of travellers were caught up in the disruption heading home from Gatwick to Scotland for Christmas yesterday.
Waiting in for a parcel to be delivered is one of the least appealing aspects of our modern shopping habits.
Aberdeen’s season may not have taken off yet but their preparations certainly have done with the club bringing in drones to film training sessions.
Drones have been banned at an Aberdeenshire seabird colony after reports the devices have knocked eggs nestled on cliff faces.
A rise in drone usage in the oil and gas industry and in Scotland’s farming industry could help to deliver a £42 billion boost to the UK economy by 2013, a new report has forecast.
The Civil Aviation Authority has warned drone owners to fly responsibly after a pilot reported a remote craft coming too close to him over Orkney.
Aberdeen City Council could soon be flying drones equipped with X-ray technology to spot leaks and using robotic automation to handle direct debit payments as part of plans to embrace the future.
It was an episode that neatly summed up both the usefulness and the threat of drones: an amateur photographer in the Highlands inadvertently landing one on the deck of the Royal Navy’s newest warship.
Drones can do a lot of things but these two models has only one purpose: take selfies.
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Re-creating an X-Wing and TIE Fighter dogfight in your living room or garden might sound like a pipe dream, but it’s now very much a reality.
Arms not long enough to take a decent group snap?
A new Chinese takeaway in Moray is aiming high with plans to use drones to deliver meals.
A rescue dog which sparked a major rescue mission across Aberdeen has been found dead.
It may sound like something movie makers dream up but it could be that in less than 10 years homebuyers will opt to view potential properties remotely using virtual reality devices and check out potential neighbourhoods using their own personal drones, a recent report has revealed.
Concerns have been raised over Moray Council's plans to use drones to explore sites which have been earmarked for development.
The Royal Navy is planning to host its first ever "robot wars" off the coast of Scotland later this year.
Moray Council has backed plans to send drones out to scope out some planning sites to save councillors making the trip.