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- Horizon31, LLC introduces MobileMesh Radioby Press on January 26, 2021 at 4:31 am
Horizon31 has introduced the MobileMesh hand radio. This ruggedized and secure IP radio is designed for unmanned system ground stations, mesh nodes, or for general-purpose mobile ad hoc networking. The MobileMesh radio contains a Doodle Labs Smart Radio module and is compatible with standalone Doodle Labs Smart Radios or the soon-to-be released Horizon31 PixC4 module.
- Can I Fly My Drone At Night?by Elizabeth Ciobanu on January 26, 2021 at 3:00 am
There are many reasons to fly a drone after the sun has set, and not least of all that it’s simply exhilarating. But the question is whether it’s both safe
- CAELUS Project Will Help the NHS Deliver Better Healthcare: and Advance Drone Delivery and Airspace Managementby Miriam McNabb on January 25, 2021 at 7:30 pm
The CAELUS Project (Care & Equity – Healthcare Logistics UAS Scotland) was designed to help improve healthcare access: but the project could also advance drone delivery and airspace management. The CAELUS project, which began on December 1, 2020 and is scheduled to run until Spring 2022, is consortium led by AGS Airports that will develop and The post CAELUS Project Will Help the NHS Deliver Better Healthcare: and Advance Drone Delivery and Airspace Management appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Wingcopter Investment: $22 M for Drone Delivery Technology Pioneerby Miriam McNabb on January 25, 2021 at 6:50 pm
The $22 million Series A investment in German drone delivery company Wingcopter is the latest large funding announcement in the drone industry. While investors may be getting more picky, the appetite for proven solutions in drone technology is still strong, as the Wingcopter investment indicates.. Wingcopter has rapidly become a major international name in delivery The post Wingcopter Investment: $22 M for Drone Delivery Technology Pioneer appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Siemens – Urban air mobility is seeing significant progress…is it time to climb aboard?by Press on January 25, 2021 at 5:16 pm
By Dale Tutt As the digital transformation takes hold throughout the A&D industry, we’re experiencing innovation on a scale never seen before. One area that’s showing great promise is urban air mobility (UAM). We are seeing numerous start-ups in this area as well as the more established names entering the fray. (In fact, as I
- Swansea University and Faradair Aerospace strengthen relationship for UK aerospace revivalby Press on January 25, 2021 at 4:26 pm
Aero-engineering interns/graduates to support BEHA aircraft design team Swansea University and Faradair Aerospace are to expand their relationship with the British company’s commitment to bring back large-scale aircraft production to the UK and deliver 300 home-designed, sustainable aircraft for regional air mobility and special missions by 2030. The enhanced collaboration will see the University’s Bay Campus
- Did coronavirus help or hurt demand for drones?by Sally French on January 25, 2021 at 1:32 pm
Did coronavirus help or hurt demand for drones? It depends who you ask. While 15% of drone companies said they saw an increase for demand in drones since coronavirus, 43% of companies experienced a drop in demand. At least that’s the results of the Drone Industry Barometer 2020 by German research firm Drone Industry Insights, The post Did coronavirus help or hurt demand for drones? appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- Wingcopter raises $22M to advance technology leadership in drone delivery, announces serial productionby Press on January 25, 2021 at 7:07 am
Weiterstadt, January 25th, 2021 – Wingcopter, the German developer, manufacturer and operator of unmanned delivery drones for commercial and humanitarian applications, has secured $22 million in Series A funding. Wingcopter will use the funds to strengthen its leadership in drone-based logistics, with a special focus on healthcare-related applications, including the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. At the
- CUAS Data : The Hardest Part – Collection, Organization, and Validationby Press on January 25, 2021 at 6:58 am
By David Kovar URSA GIGO – Garbage In, Garbage Out. If your raw data is flawed there is little hope for meaningful analysis. If your data is questionable then your analysts will be forced to spend unplanned resources tracking down and then correcting or working around bad data If your data is poorly organized then
- UVS International Ceases Its Activitiesby Press on January 25, 2021 at 6:52 am
Since its start in 1995, UVS International’s principal objectives have been to promote:u The establishment of national, European & international regulations for the safe use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), The creation of the required standards and air traffic management norms, The recognition of the societal benefits of UAS & the generalization of their use.It placed a strong
- Delta Drone International Quarterly Report – gearing up to service Australia’s mining and agriculture sectorsby Press on January 25, 2021 at 6:34 am
● Successful merger between ParaZero and Delta Drone South Africa● Raised A$5 million at $0.04 a share following strong support from domestic and international investors● Funds to be used to establish Australian operations, initially targeting local mining and agricultural industries for the Company’s commercial drone data services● Delta Drone International well placed to take advantage
- Vuzix M4000 Smart Glasses Aid Construction Worksite Audit Via DJI Droneby Press on January 25, 2021 at 6:20 am
Vuzix® Corporation (NASDAQ: VUZI), (“Vuzix” or, the “Company”), a leading supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, today announced that the Vuzix M4000 Smart Glasses were recently used to perform a successful worksite inspection via a DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone used by Drones4Geology, a Barcelona based provider of geologic-related drone services. The combined technology was
- The University of Arizona Global Campus and MzeroA Announce Partnershipby Press on January 25, 2021 at 6:14 am
The University of Arizona Global Campus (UAGC) has announced a new academic partnership with in-flight training provider MzeroA that will offer students the opportunity to further their education in drone operations. “Expertise in drone operations is an important credential in many business sectors today,” said Dr. Craig Swenson, President of UAGC. “Through our educational partnership with MzeroA, we will help
- Elroy Air – Vehicle Integration Engineerby Press on January 24, 2021 at 6:56 am
At Elroy Air, we are building autonomous cargo aircraft systems that will change the way the world moves goods. Transporting cargo by air can be much faster than by land or sea – but before recent developments in perception, autonomy, electric powertrain and aerospace materials, air transport has remained too expensive. We’re going to change
- Why a Former Apple Executive’s Experience is Perfect for the Drone Industry Right Now: DroneUp’s New Hireby Miriam McNabb on January 22, 2021 at 8:47 pm
DroneUp’s new hire is a retail powerhouse, a veteran of major names that include Apple, Under Armour, and Verizon. DRONELIFE talked to DroneUp’s new Chief Strategy Officer about why his experience at Apple – he negotiated the first iPod, and managed the global retail iPhone business – is a perfect fit for the drone industry today. The post Why a Former Apple Executive’s Experience is Perfect for the Drone Industry Right Now: DroneUp’s New Hire appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Passenger Drones Should Benefit the Disabled Community: But Will They? The Need for Inclusivityby Miriam McNabb on January 22, 2021 at 3:16 pm
Urban air mobility (UAM) could provide a major benefit for the disabled community. A new white paper from Aerobility and CIVATAglobal says the industry must be inclusive from the outset to realize that goal as passenger drones are introduced. While the concept of integrating air taxis, drone taxis, passenger drones, or flying cars into community The post Passenger Drones Should Benefit the Disabled Community: But Will They? The Need for Inclusivity appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Now that DJI is on the US’s China blacklist, should you buy a DJI drone?by Sally French on January 22, 2021 at 12:09 pm
Should you buy a new drone from DJI, now that the company has been added by the U.S. to a China blacklist? The U.S. government in December 2020 added Chinese drone manufacturer DJI to a list of companies on its restricted trade list, alongside other big Chinese companies such as China’s top chipmaker, SMIC. It’s The post Now that DJI is on the US’s China blacklist, should you buy a DJI drone? appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- The Ultimate Thermal Payload for Public Safety: FLIR’s TZ20 Hi-Res Dual Thermal Zoomby Miriam McNabb on January 21, 2021 at 8:57 pm
FLIR’s Vue® TZ20 Hi-Res Dual Thermal Zoom has all the features to make it the ultimate thermal payload for public safety and more. Situational awareness is a key benefit of public safety drone programs. For law enforcement, an early understanding of a scene can improve the safety of all involved. That’s where unmanned systems can The post The Ultimate Thermal Payload for Public Safety: FLIR’s TZ20 Hi-Res Dual Thermal Zoom appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Hogan Lovells helps American Robotics get first approval by the FAA to automate drones without humans on-siteby Kara Murphy on January 21, 2021 at 8:40 pm
Earlier in the week, American Robotics announced that it became the first company to gain approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to operate its fully-automated drones without humans on-site. The Massachusetts-based company’s drones can now conduct missions without the aid of human pilots or in-person supervision. Prior to this ruling, flights conducted beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) The post Hogan Lovells helps American Robotics get first approval by the FAA to automate drones without humans on-site first appeared on InterDrone.
- UK Airport Consortium Develops Drone Delivery Network in Scotlandby Jason Reagan on January 21, 2021 at 7:25 pm
One of the UK’s largest airport agencies is leading the development of Scotland’s first drone delivery network to transport medicine, blood and organs. AGS Airports, which owns and manages Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports, is leading a consortium of 14 groups including the University of Strathclyde and air traffic control provider NATS. Dubbed CAELUS (Care The post UK Airport Consortium Develops Drone Delivery Network in Scotland appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Major Aviation Advocacy Group Lauds FAA Drone Rule Changesby Jason Reagan on January 21, 2021 at 6:59 pm
One of the world’s largest aviation advocacy groups is flying high on the tailwinds of recent FAA regulatory changes to drone rules. The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) is lauding the agency’s recent publication of Part 89 as well as the overhaul of Part 107 on Jan. 15. Writing in a recent news release, AOPA The post Major Aviation Advocacy Group Lauds FAA Drone Rule Changes appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- North Dakota DoT and Northern Plains Test Site Announce BEYOND Partnersby Miriam McNabb on January 21, 2021 at 4:08 pm
The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the Northern Plains UAS Test Site (NPUASTS) announce 8 BEYOND partners. These companies – including some major players in the commercial drone space – will work in North Dakota to execute on the goals of the (FAA) BEYOND program, the next phase of the UAS Integration Pilot The post North Dakota DoT and Northern Plains Test Site Announce BEYOND Partners appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- The Latest Executive Order on Drones: the Ban on Chinese and “Foreign Entity” UAS Expandedby Miriam McNabb on January 21, 2021 at 3:28 pm
The latest executive order on drones may require federal agencies to replace – or at least review – their current fleet of Chinese- or other foreign-manufactured drones. BREAKING – Show Me the Money! Adversary Country Drones To Be Replaced? By Contributing Editor Dawn M.K. Zoldi* Up until now, most of the U.S. government’s extra special The post The Latest Executive Order on Drones: the Ban on Chinese and “Foreign Entity” UAS Expanded appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- How to create your own DIY delivery droneby Sally French on January 21, 2021 at 1:52 pm
Want to create your own delivery drone? It’s surprisingly not that difficult to set up a DIY delivery drone system so you can bring small items to your neighbors — and you don’t even need a homemade drone to do it. All you need to build your own delivery drone is an off-the-shelf drone such The post How to create your own DIY delivery drone appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- How Much Does Drone Training Cost?by Elizabeth Ciobanu on January 21, 2021 at 3:23 am
Whether you’re a recreational drone flyer looking to improve your flight skills, or an aspiring professional drone pilot, there’s always more to learn about drones and how to make them
- Cybersecurity for Drones: SkyGrid and SparkCognition Deploy First AI-Powered Systemby Miriam McNabb on January 20, 2021 at 5:22 pm
SparkCognition is a leading industrial artificial intelligence company; SkyGrid, a Boeing, SparkCognition company, is an airspace management system. Together, the two have successfully deployed an AI-powered onboard system providing cybersecurity for drones. As drones become an increasingly important tool in major industry and infrastructure, concerns over security have also become more important. Like any computer The post Cybersecurity for Drones: SkyGrid and SparkCognition Deploy First AI-Powered System appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Episode 70: Remote ID, Operations over People, and Night Flight with Vic Mossby CJ Smith on January 20, 2021 at 2:09 pm
Vic Moss is the owner of Moss Photography, he’s a member of the DAC, the FAA’s Drone Advisory Committee, and the COO/Vice President at the Drone Service Providers Alliance. The DSPA aims to represent small and medium-sized drone service providers’ interests before the FAA, industry standards groups, and to educate governments about the perspective of The post Episode 70: Remote ID, Operations over People, and Night Flight with Vic Moss first appeared on InterDrone.
- Drone luminary Romeo Durscher reflects on past 6 years at DJI – and what’s ahead for the drone industryby Sally French on January 20, 2021 at 10:58 am
Romeo Durscher has long been an advocate of drones for good. And after six years working at drone maker DJI in roles ranging from Director of Education to Senior Director of Public Safety Integration, Durscher in January announced that he was leaving DJI and joining open-source drone software platform Auterion. In his new role as The post Drone luminary Romeo Durscher reflects on past 6 years at DJI – and what’s ahead for the drone industry appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- Any guesses how many certified drone pilots are in the U.S.?by Sally French on January 19, 2021 at 1:35 pm
Any idea how many certified drone pilots are out there in the U.S. with a Remote Pilot Certificate? At the end of 2020, there were 199,018 Remote Pilot Certificates issued, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. A Remote Pilot Certificate is a requirement to be able to legally operate drones for commercial purposes in the The post Any guesses how many certified drone pilots are in the U.S.? appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- There’s another drone that carries Sony cameras — and this one is made in the USAby Sally French on January 18, 2021 at 11:01 am
On the heels of the news from CES 2021 that Sony is launching its own Sony Airpeak drone, there’s another drone company that’s working closely with Sony to fly its cameras — and this drone is made in the U.S.A. U.S.-based drone manufacturer Skyfish today launched its advanced autonomous work drone platform, which is a The post There’s another drone that carries Sony cameras — and this one is made in the USA appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- Your Questions About Part 107 Answeredby Elizabeth Ciobanu on January 16, 2021 at 3:23 am
You’ve heard the term thrown around the drone community all the time, so what exactly is Part 107, who needs to know, and how do you get it? Here we
- Kansas State, University of North Dakota, among big winners of FAA research grantsby Sally French on January 15, 2021 at 11:53 am
Which colleges and universities are on the cutting edge of drone research and education? Based on the latest Federal Aviation Administration’s latest round of ASSURE grants, they are University of North Dakota and Kansas State University. Both schools received $1 million or more in FAA research grants to study drones. The FAA this week announced the The post Kansas State, University of North Dakota, among big winners of FAA research grants appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- Romeo Durscher joins Auterion as VP of Public Safety after leaving DJIby Kara Murphy on January 14, 2021 at 5:43 pm
A few months ago we caught up with Dave Sharpin, CEO of Auterion Government Solutions – the largest open-source drone software platform. Besides the developments in their Blue sUAS program, they also added a few prestigious board members including Ray Johnson, formerly of Lockheed Martin, and Heidi Shyu. Recently they added another high-profile hire, though The post Romeo Durscher joins Auterion as VP of Public Safety after leaving DJI first appeared on InterDrone.
- Patent for broadcast Remote ID awarded to Kenji Sugaharaby Kara Murphy on January 14, 2021 at 5:27 pm
Now that rulemaking for the Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft (Remote ID) has been finalized by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), a market for solutions that are compatible with the new set of regulations, set to become effective in the next two years, has opened up. One individual who recognized where the drone industry was The post Patent for broadcast Remote ID awarded to Kenji Sugahara first appeared on InterDrone.
- Verizon and UPS announce 5G drone delivery in Florida at CES 2021by Sally French on January 14, 2021 at 1:02 pm
5G is one of the hottest buzzwords being thrown around at this year’s CES 2021, 5G, short for “fifth-generation networks,” is essentially a significantly faster network than the current standard, 4G. And for Verizon, 5G technology in drones is enabling them to take the lead in drone deliveries, as the company is doing in Florida The post Verizon and UPS announce 5G drone delivery in Florida at CES 2021 appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- Episode 69: Inside the FAA’s Remote ID Ruling – Commercial Drone Regulations | InterDrone Podcastby CJ Smith on January 13, 2021 at 9:51 pm
Four days before the new year, after 53,000 public comments on the draft rule, and almost one year after the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) launch, the waiting is over. The Federal Aviation Administration has released its final Remote Identification (RID) Rule. What is Remote ID: The rule creates a new Part 89 in Title The post Episode 69: Inside the FAA’s Remote ID Ruling – Commercial Drone Regulations | InterDrone Podcast first appeared on InterDrone.
- Sony Airpeak drone wows fans at virtual CES 2021by Sally French on January 13, 2021 at 1:35 pm
CES 2021 is virtual this year, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less exciting (well at least if you’re a drone fan). In fact, one announcement in particular sort of shocked the drone industry: the Sony Airpeak drone. As part of this week’s CES 2021, Sony shared a couple images, a video and a few The post Sony Airpeak drone wows fans at virtual CES 2021 appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- What to Charge for Drone Servicesby Elizabeth Ciobanu on January 13, 2021 at 3:29 am
It’s hard work getting to be a professional drone pilot. But if you’ve recently passed your Part 107 test and are now a licensed drone pilot, the next step to
- Key DJI leader leaves for Auterionby Sally French on January 12, 2021 at 2:20 pm
On the heels of announcing that he was leaving his job as Senior Director of Public Safety Integration at DJI, Romeo Durscher has already joined a new company: Auterion. The former DJI leader will serve as Auterion’s new VicePresident of Public Safety. In his role as VP of Public Safety, Durscher will primarily be focused The post Key DJI leader leaves for Auterion appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- DraftKings Now Allows Betting on Drone Races in Certain Statesby Alyse Stanley on January 10, 2021 at 3:33 am
So far, 21st-century tech hasn’t quite lived up to all that sci-fi tropes promised. But while everyone may not have flying cars or their own holodeck yet, you can now bet on drone races from your phone in certain states, and I think that’s pretty dang futuristic. Read more...
- How Long Can a Drone Fly Without Recharging?by Elizabeth Ciobanu on January 8, 2021 at 2:42 am
There’s nothing more frustrating than spotting a perfect angle for a drone shot, getting it lined up just, almost, right… and the low battery light starts flashing. You just got
- Precision Agriculture: A Day on the Farmby RotorDroneMag.com on January 6, 2021 at 6:31 pm
Drones are often touted for their ability to benefit farmers through precision agriculture, but solving real-world problems requires a more carefully considered approach—and spinning propellers only represents a small fraction of the work to be done. Even within the professional uncrewed aircraft systems (UAS) industry, there is a tendency to regard precision agriculture applications as The post Precision Agriculture: A Day on the Farm appeared first on RotorDrone.
- How to Become a Professional Drone Pilotby Elizabeth Ciobanu on January 5, 2021 at 5:52 pm
Drones are becoming more and more mainstream, as both hobbyists and professionals take to the skies in increasing numbers. If you’ve been bitten by the drone bug, it’s enticing to
- FAA releases final rulings on Remote ID plus Operations Over People and at Nightby Kara Murphy on January 4, 2021 at 2:38 pm
This past Monday, almost a year after announcing the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for the Remote Identification (Remote ID) of Unmanned Aircraft, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released its final verdict. Simply put, Remote ID is the concept that a drone should have a “digital license plate.” Over 53,000 comments were submitted by The post FAA releases final rulings on Remote ID plus Operations Over People and at Night first appeared on InterDrone.
- FAA’s New Remote ID Rulesby RotorDroneMag.com on December 28, 2020 at 7:47 pm
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today announced final rules for Unmanned Aircraft (UA), commonly known as drones. The new rules will require Remote Identification (Remote ID) of drones and allow operators of small drones to fly over people and at night under certain conditions. These rules come at a time when The post FAA’s New Remote ID Rules appeared first on RotorDrone.
- USAF Security Dronesby RotorDroneMag.com on December 23, 2020 at 9:49 pm
The 60th Air Mobility Wing, 60th Security Forces Squadron, in conjunction with Easy Aerial, a commercial provider of autonomous drone-based monitoring solutions, has developed and deployed the first automated drone-based monitoring and perimeter security system for a United States Air Force (USAF) installation. The Smart Air Force Monitoring System (SAFMS) free-flight drone-in-a-box solution, along with The post USAF Security Drones appeared first on RotorDrone.
- DroneSeed Replants Burned Forestsby RotorDroneMag.com on December 23, 2020 at 9:43 pm
Seattle-based DroneSeed uses sUAS to reforest areas devastated by wildfires. Their 8-foot-span drones fly in groups of up to five drones, using preprogammed routes and dropping “seed vessels” into areas where they have the best chance of growing back. Each sUAS can carry as much as 57 pounds of seed vessels. DroneSeed CEO Grant Canary The post DroneSeed Replants Burned Forests appeared first on RotorDrone.
- How to Fish with a Droneby Elizabeth Ciobanu on December 22, 2020 at 4:34 am
Fishing isn’t something I know a lot about, but drones are. So when I came across the idea of using a drone for fishing, I had to find out more.
- FAA grants DroneUp first-ever waiver for flight over peopleby Kara Murphy on December 21, 2020 at 2:36 pm
In a monumental step forward for drone delivery, DroneUp received an industry-first waiver for flight over people and moving vehicles. According to their press release, the startup, which has made significant inroads in the delivery sector by partnering with both Walmart and UPS, was approved “for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Section 107.39 Operation Over The post FAA grants DroneUp first-ever waiver for flight over people first appeared on InterDrone.
- The Ultimate Guide to Traveling with a Droneby Elizabeth Ciobanu on December 16, 2020 at 2:14 am
You wouldn’t think of leaving for vacation without bringing your camera with you, so why should you leave your drone behind either? Traveling with a drone has become quite commonplace
- How Old Do Kids Need to Be to Fly a Drone?by Elizabeth Ciobanu on December 12, 2020 at 5:24 am
The right age for kids to fly or have a drone of their own depends on the child, on the parents’ comfort level and on the type of drone in
- NYPD's New Robot Police Dog Will Get Special Arm For Opening Doorsby Matt Novak on December 11, 2020 at 12:30 pm
The New York Police Department’s new robot dog will receive a special robotic arm for opening doors and moving objects next month, according to a new report from ABC7 in New York. The existence of the NYPD’s robot was first revealed in late October after it assisted in the apprehension of a suspect in Brooklyn. But…Read more...
- More than 500 people around the world have been rescued by dronesby Kara Murphy on December 10, 2020 at 3:10 pm
DJI, the leading drone and imaging technology manufacturer, recently announced a new milestone. Over 500 people have been found in search and rescue operations via drone. It was reached in Mid-October when a 93-year-old woman went missing in the woods, at night, and was discovered by Missouri’s Cass County Sheriff’s Office. The agency used a The post More than 500 people around the world have been rescued by drones first appeared on InterDrone.
- How to Improve Your Drone Photographyby Elizabeth Ciobanu on December 10, 2020 at 3:06 am
While it’s relatively easy to get a camera drone and start snapping some aerial photos, it’s much harder and takes a good deal of effort and experience to capture images
- Jackie Dujmovic, Hover UAV | InterDrone Speaker Spotlightby CJ Smith on December 9, 2020 at 5:38 pm
Each week at we sit down with a member of our speaker faculty to talk about drones and preview their upcoming session at InterDrone Online. This week, we sat down with Jackie Dujmovic, Founder and CEO at Hover UAV. Hover UAVs vision is to be a solution provider and the critical link between emerging drone technologies, The post Jackie Dujmovic, Hover UAV | InterDrone Speaker Spotlight first appeared on InterDrone.
- 911 Drone Deploymentby RotorDroneMag.com on December 9, 2020 at 3:43 pm
Archer Unmanned Air Systems (Archer UAS), technology company with a 911-integrated drone deployment system, has announced a partnership with RapidDeploy as part of its Lightning Partner Program. Archer’s lifesaving drone deployment software, Archer First Response Systems (AFRS), will be integrated into the RapidDeploy SaaS platform, enabling 911 agencies to better locate victims and dispatch time-sensitive, The post 911 Drone Deployment appeared first on RotorDrone.
- LiDAR Mapping a Gold Mineby RotorDroneMag.com on December 9, 2020 at 3:38 pm
When Consolidated Gold Mine in Dahlonega, Georgia, wanted to open more of its areas to public tours, they asked Inspired Intelligence, a family owned and operated drone business in Buford, Georgia, to help. Inspired Intelligence CEO and founder Nir Pe’er explained, “Besides drone technology, we also used new, amazing cutting-edge technology called LiDAR. We were The post LiDAR Mapping a Gold Mine appeared first on RotorDrone.
- Christchurch Terrorist Abused Steroids and Donated Money to Far-Right YouTubersby Matt Novak on December 8, 2020 at 11:00 am
Brenton Tarrant, the anti-Muslim terrorist who killed 51 people during two attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand in 2019, abused steroids and donated money to far-right websites and YouTube personalities like Stefan Molyneux, according to a new report released by the New Zealand government. The 810-page report also…Read more...
- Awesome, Now Police Are Using Automated Dronesby Alyse Stanley on December 7, 2020 at 1:41 am
Police drones are already a dystopian horror story straight out of the pages of 1984, but now they’re even beginning to think for themselves. Read more...
- Episode 67: Designing UTM for Global Success with Eszter Kovacs of GUTMAby CJ Smith on December 4, 2020 at 8:29 pm
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Eszter Kovacs, the Acting Secretary General of Global UTM Association (GUTMA) and CEO and Founder of Manageld Ltd & DroneTalks. Eszter is also a steering committee member of the GUTMA & GSMA Aerial Connectivity Joint Activity initiative and advisor of multiple drone initiatives, start-ups and The post Episode 67: Designing UTM for Global Success with Eszter Kovacs of GUTMA first appeared on InterDrone.