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Data Privacy for DJI Drones: Expanding Protection for Custom…

Amid ongoing trade tensions between China and the U.S. that has led to concerns about data privacy for DJI drones, DJI continues to enhance the security of their platform.  Today,  DJI announced that they would make Local Data Mode – a feature that eliminates entirely the need for internet connectivity, completely …

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DJI on U.S. Government Drone Regulation and Fear-Based Polic…

image: public domain, PXfuel In the final keynote address of DJI Airworks 2020, DJI’s VP of Policy and Legal Affairs Brendan Schulman spoke about the direction U.S. government drone regulation is taking – and spoke out against fear-based policies. U.S. government drone regulation has increasingly focused on security, with drones …

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AirWorks: DJI Launches Inspection Drone Project with Shell O…

John McClain, Chief Drone Pilot, Shell Deer Park Refining (Source: DJI) Drone giant DJI is partnering with energy multinational Shell Oil to deploy a drone project at Shell’s Deer Park Manufacturing Complex. As a “Solution Development Partner,” Shell and DJI  will develop and test advanced drone solutions, like the DJI …

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Dual Thermal for DJI Matrice Series: FLIR Introduces Vue TZ2…

DJI Airworks 2020‘s opening keynote address this morning was titled “Innovation Through Change:” and FLIR’s Randall Warnas was there to present FLIR System’s latest: the Vue TZ20 Dual Thermal Camera Drone Payload, dual thermal for DJI Matrice Series drones. “Plug-and-Play Gimbal System for the DJI Matrice 200 Series and Matrice 300 …

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DJI AirWorks Keynote: Integration, Interoperability DRONELIF…

image: Public Domain DJI’s AirWorks 2020 Virtual Conference started today: one of the first of the fully virtual drone events to take place this year.   AirWorks has become one of the major conferences for the drone industry, offering updates and information from the world’s largest manufacturer on new products …

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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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DJI EP Core Launches Educational Robot System

Source: DJI Drone giant DJI today unveiled the RoboMaster EP Core, an all-in-one classroom solution that includes an educational robot. The first product of DJI Education, the new offering sports hardware capabilities, supplemental teaching materials and a competition database to introduce students to AI, engineering, programming and robotics. “Built to …

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