An unmanned aircraft system (UAS), sometimes called a drone, is an aircraft without a human pilot onboard – instead, the UAS is controlled from an operator on the ground. Across the country, many AMCA member agencies are evaluating the use of UAS in mosquito control. Please take a moment and fill out the first UAS in Mosquito Control survey. This will give all of us a great snapshot of what the current use and interest level of UAS is among AMCA members across the country. We can’t do this without your participation. Whether or not you are even considering UAS at the moment, your opinion counts. We will keep the survey open until April 30 to allow ample time for everyone to weigh in. After that, the UAS committee will review the survey results and prepare a report for the AMCA board and membership. This should help to give us better idea of what role the UAS subcommittee and the AMCA in general needs to do to support UAS in Mosquito Control.