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What Venezuela’s Purported Assassination Attempt by Drones M…

By Hugoshi [CC BY-SA 4.0] News and Commentary.  The drone news this week has been dominated by headlines about the purported assassination attempt on Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro.  The timing couldn’t be worse for the drone industry. I use the word “purported” in an effort (probably in vain) to indicate …

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ALTI: BVLOS Flight Could Mean Fixed-Wing Drones Come into th…

The largest commercial drone manufacturer in South Africa, ALTi, says that the day of the fixed-wing, VTOL drone could be here. In a piece titled “What is BVLOS and What Does it Mean to Commercial Drone Users,” the company points out that flight beyond visual line of sight represents a …

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Recent Suit Aims to Enforce DAC Transparency Regarding Drone…

The following is a guest post by commercial drone pilot and writer Terry Jarrell. The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has filed suit against the Drone Advisory Committee (DAC) hoping to gain better access to meeting documents. Public Privacy and Drones There is no question that there are more and …

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Quick Start Guide to Drones in Public Infrastructure

Quick Start Guide to Drones in Public Infrastructure Skylogic Research, the leading research and advisory services firm for the commercial drone industry and owner of Drone Analyst®, announced today the release of their Quick Start Guide to Drones in Public Infrastructure. This report is the third in a new series …

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Drones for Good: Intel and the Great Wall of China Expeditio…

Image: Intel Intel’s drone enterprise is greater than gentle reveals.  In addition to exhibiting off swarm know-how and offering leisure with their Shooting Star™ drones, Intel’s Falcon 8+ is a critical enterprise device.  Now, Intel has ventured on an expedition to deliver these instruments to China for the preservation of …

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DroneDeploy Scores $25M in New Round: Here’s What it Takes t…

San Francisco-based drone mapping platform DroneDeploy simply scored one other $25 million in funding.  Here’s why that’s not shocking. This week I had a dialog with an funding banker, who talked about casually that the VC urge for food for drone firms had diminished in the final yr.  With the …

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senseFly Moves North American Operations to Research Triangl…

Leading business drone producer senseFly is shifting to Raleigh, North Carolina – and becoming a member of a rising cluster of drone and aerospace enterprise, together with business drone options supplier PrecisionHawk.  With glorious academic establishments offering the expertise, a quickly rising metropolis and a booming tech panorama, Raleigh has …

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LAANC Rollout Continues: Western South Region Added

The rollout of the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) beta take a look at is constant, with the Western South Region – together with airports in California and Hawaii – on June 21. The LAANC program fixes a significant downside for drone operators, who’ve struggled with lengthy delays …

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Endurance Flight without a Helicopter: Drone Tech Firm Harri…

Aerial LiDAR surveys aren’t new know-how – however now U.S. – based mostly Harris Aerial has demonstrated a new and ground-breaking manner of performing them. LiDAR surveys present critically correct survey information, permitting for the creation of exact 3D fashions. LiDAR hooked up to a helicopter or different manned plane …

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Senate Committee Complains About Spending for Drone Integrat…

The Senate Appropriations Committee authorized the fiscal 2019 Transportation-HUD spending invoice by a unanimous vote: however criticized the Department of Transportation for diverting Department funds to pay for the UAS Integration Pilot Program. The Senate invoice rejected most of the Trump Administration’s solutions, together with funding for many areas that …

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