Anomalous UAV Activity in Houston Metropolitan Area is a study by URSA Inc.  It is an understatement to say that the skies over Houston are busy, with over 14,000 distinct drones conducting more than 75,000 flights from August 2021 to August 2022. However, 14,830 of those flights were stationary, leaving 61,136 actual flights. Meanwhile, at least 750,000 manned aircraft operations occurred at various regional airports during the same time frame.

Publication Date- August 2022

Anomalous UAV Activity in Houston Metropolitan Area contains the following major sections:

  • Overview
  • The Reports
  • Legal considerations
  • URSA’s AAP-NMAC Platform
  • Anomalous UAV Flights in Houston Area
  • The Data
  • Airspace
  • Flights Near Critical Infrastructure
  • Conclusion
  • Our Data Providers

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Author- David Kovar

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