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The Changing of the Guard: Thank you, Michael Huerta

[ad_1] News and Commentary.  Michael Huerta’s 7 years with the FAA ended this Saturday at midnight.  Yesterday, Dan Elwell, the FAA’s Deputy Administrator, was named Acting Administrator.  If invited to fill the put up completely, Elwell will begin a 5 yr time period able that many Americans have by no …

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Collisions: How to Break the Cycle of Conjecture, Fear & Dro…

[ad_1] Earlier this week a collision between a manned plane and a drone reportedly occurred in Quebec, Canada. What adopted has develop into painfully acquainted to drone business observers: a sequence of studies pushed extra by worry and clickbait than actuality. So how can we break the cycle?… First got here the …

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Is Viatek About to Launch the Real Lily Drone?

[ad_1] Over the previous few days, the fallout from the failed Lily drone challenge has began to acquire momentum. We revealed final week that the Lily was again from the lifeless thanks to the Mota Group, who bought the rights to the Lily model at public sale. On the floor, …

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Will Our Government Learn the Lessons Hurricane Harvey Can T…

[ad_1] Hurricane Harvey Impacts It is previous time for the authorities to understand and act on the advantages and alternatives that UAV expertise can ship. The expertise is a serious financial driver of jobs and enterprise alternatives. And, as Hurricane Harvey amply introduced into sharp aid, drones are life savers. …

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Why the US Army DJI Ban is Probably Justified

[ad_1] After information broke final week that the US Army wished to halt the use of DJI drones, loads have been leaping to the conclusion that one thing critical was up with DJI’s software program from an information safety perspective. There is no smoke with no hearth, as the saying …

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Concern Over UK Drone Collision Study is Justified

[ad_1] You could or could not have heard in regards to the proposed laws for drone pilots within the UK. The UK Department for Transport put ahead coverage proposals that may imply pilots flying drones that weigh greater than 250 grams will quickly must register their plane and full a …

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In Defence of DJI: Why Hackers Are Wrong to Play Games

[ad_1] Plenty of controversial drone trade points will be discovered throughout the textual content of a single article from our colleagues at sUAS News, titled ‘Don’t be Evil DJI‘. We’re nonetheless attempting to get to get a grip on precisely what the purpose of the piece was. But a quantity …

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Media Coverage in the Drone Industry: Perspective Needed

[ad_1] A media clip used in a BBC News section about the excessive amount of medicine in UK prisons Working in DJI’s communications division should include its ups and downs. Being the producer synonymous with the trade means you get loads of free publicity each time a media group is working a …

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