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Would Privatizing Air Traffic Control Actually Help Drone De…

[ad_1] A current article printed on Recode.web speculated that the privatization of air site visitors management, as introduced by President Donald Trump earlier this week, might really velocity up drone integration – and the business purposes that may’t be utilized till it’s full, like drone supply. “The proposal to privatize air …

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The War is Not Over: Why Agriculture Drone Solutions Deserve…

[ad_1] Guest publish by Colin Snow Image courtesy of Sentera I’ve been researching and writing about agriculture drone options since early 2012. I lately got here throughout this OpEd in PrecisionAg titled “Opinion: The Agricultural Drone War Is Over, And They Lost” and browse it with nice curiosity. Two and …

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Who Benefits from Airmap and its Digital Certificates for Dr…

[ad_1] Airmap, with its low-altitude airspace administration platform for drones, continues to garner worldwide market share and new funding, however some makes use of for its digital certificates increase questions on their function in future airspace regulation. THE FACTS: Airmap gives low-altitude navigational information and communication instruments to the drone …

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The Big Money Continues to Bet on Drones

[ad_1] Photo Mark Peterson/Fortune Magazine license by CC 2.zero News and Commentary.  Today’s announcement that telecommunications firm Verizon has bought business drone platform Skyward offers additional proof that enormous corporations are persevering with to spend money on the trade, hoping to cement their stake within the huge potential of drones and …

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Can Dronifi Succeed Where Established Online Drone Data Serv…

[ad_1] Dronifi’s software-as-a-service for drone-based business service providers offers unique features, but can it compete with its well-funded rivals? THE FACTS: With U.S. Part 107 UAS pilot certifications growing (now at 23,000), the commercial drone industry is rapidly changing from a product-focused industry to a service-based one. Dronifi, a four-year-old …

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Can PrecisionHawk Tame Drone Traffic in the Sky?

[ad_1] PrecisionHawk’s LATAS delivers an innovative air traffic control system for drones, but it’s one of several that depends on the not-so-imminent success of all aircraft using ADS-B. QuickTake THE FACTS: This past week, the FAA granted PrecisionHawk a waiver from Part 107.31’s visual line of sight (VLOS) limitations, which …

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