chinese drones

The Latest Executive Order on Drones

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 …

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Experimental Zones will Support Drone Industry in China

The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has announced the first Unmanned Civil Aviation Experimental Zones (UCAEZs) to help accelerate the drone industry in China. “The list of UCAEZs covers as many as 13 cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Hezhou, Hangzhou, Zigong, Anyang, Nanjing, Tianjin, Yulin, Shenyang, Dongying, Anqing and Ganzhou,” …

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DJI Responds to DOI Memo About Drone Fleet

Today, the world’s largest drone manufacturer, DJI responds to Department of the Interior memo recommending that department heads purchase U.S.-manufactured drones from the “Blue sUAS” list. The Department of Interior (DOI) has a long history with DJI, who worked with them closely on building their initial fleet.  As the department …

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The Ban on Chinese Drones, Part 2: What Happens Next?

The ban on Chinese-made drones could open markets for U.S., allied UAS companies. By DRONELIFE Staff Writer Jim Magill In all likelihood the use of Chinese-made drones and Chinese-made drone components by federal agencies will soon be banned. An amendment, which Representative Mike Gallagher, Republican from Wisconsin added to the …

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Autel’s Lawsuit Against DJI: DJI Attorneys Say Suit Unlikely…

In good news for Mavic fans, DJI attorneys have responded to recent news about Autel’s lawsuit against DJI, saying that sales are unlikely to be affected.  International patent attorneys Finnegan provided the latest updates to the long running legal battle. Earlier this month, attorneys for DJI competitor Autel Robotics claimed that …

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DJI Security Fears: Debunking the Rumors (Again)

They say no good deed goes unpunished.  That certainly seems to be the case for the world’s largest drone manufacturer, Chinese-based DJI.  DJI security rumors revived after the company donated drones to law enforcement and emergency services departments across the country to assist with coronavirus response efforts, as part of …

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Are Chinese Drones Spying On You? Debunking Conspiracy Theor…

Photo by Pok Rie from Pexels News and Commentary.  There has been a disturbing trend in headlines recently.  Conspiracy theories about Chinese drones spying on communities have cropped up, as emergency services agencies around the world utilize drones in coronavirus response efforts.  Drones have been used to monitor social distancing, …

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Chinese drones may be spies warns DHS – NEWS.com.au

Chinese drones may be spies warns DHS  NEWS.com.au First it was Huawei phones. Now it’s Chinese drones. The US Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning that our little spies in the sky may be … >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should You Buy? Source link …

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The 20-ton Payload Cargo Drone: Bigger (Much Bigger) Drone D…

There’s a brand new drone firm in China, and its already making its mark.  Founded in 2016, drone manufacturing agency Tengoen has already made important inroads within the army market.  Now the corporate is working to carry that expertise to the industrial sector. “In the cargo and delivery space, Tengoen …

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