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The Deep Dive into Remote ID for Drones: What It Is, What it…

image public domain We’ve gotten a lot of questions and comments about Remote ID for Drones – and with good reason.  This regulation is important: it has the potential to impact all drone operations in the country.  It’s also technical, and challenging to understand. This guest post is a longer …

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Honda Self-Driving Car: An Autonomous Car We Want to Drive

DroneLife caught up with Marcus Frommer a spokeperson from Honda at CES and talked about the very handsome little roadster that you see pictured. We were discussing Honda’s approach to autonomous cars including a level 5 concept car that they brought to CES.  One difference from the other concept cars …

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Car Porn From CES: Mercedes Benz Meets Avatar

The Computer Electronics Show (CES) is the home for many things technology from Drones to Sex Toys to cars.  We had the opportunity to see several concept car from Mercedes Benz that we wanted to share what we learned from our readers. First of all the show is huge with …

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The African Drone Forum: the Opportunities in a Rapidly Deve…

Lake Kivu Challenge: Courtesy African Drone Forum The African Drone Forum (ADF) officially kicked off today in Kigali, Rwanda, and drone businesses from around the world were there to demonstrate their technology to heigh level African stakeholders.  (Livestream the ADF events here.) Africa represents a huge opportunity: both for communities …

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Fully Automated Drone Solutions and 5G Networks are a Game C…

image courtesy Percepto A DRONELIFE Exlusive interview with Dor Abuhasira, Co-Founder and CEO of Percepto. Of all of the buzz words used in the drone industry in 2019, “automation” was one of the biggest.  Along with AI , drone companies touted automation in every aspect of drone use.  There are …

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DRONELIFE Exclusive: AMA’s Tyler Dobbs on RID and Recreation…

Photo by Jo Théophile from Pexels The FAA’s proposal for Remote ID for drones appears problematic for the recreational drone community.  Tyler Dobbs, the AMA‘s Director of Government Affairs, says the proposal leaves “no viable options” for hobby flyers.  Dobbs says that without changes, the current proposal will not only …

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Bell Textron Announces Electric Air Taxi at CES

Bell Textron unveiled an electric air taxi this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas – and it’s one of the coolest concept vehicles that we have ever seen. DRONELIFE caught up with Cary Cannon, Bell’s Chief Engineer of Innovation, on the show floor. “We have seen a big …

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SunFlower Labs Wants Drones to Protect Your Home

We caught up with Alex Pachikov, CEO of Sunflower about a month ago as he was getting ready for his announcement at CES this week. Here is what Alex had to say,  but first a little about his product from their recent press release. At CES 2020, Sunflower Labs will …

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From Bikes to Drones and Everything in Between: Delta’s CEO …

Delta Airlines CEO Ed Bastian kicked off the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas today.  At one of the largest technology shows in the world, Bastian – named by Fortne magazine one of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders in 2018 – explained how the 94 year old company is …

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