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Top Drone Manufacturers of 2021: Drone Industry Insights

XAG V40 Agricultural Drone operated with broadcast system on board New research from Drone Industry Insights lists the world’s top drone manufacturers of 2021. The DRONEII Report assesses more than 500 global drone manufacturing companies.  From there, writes DRONEII Market Research Analyst Zahra Lotfi, manufacturers “are further classified into the Top …

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New Drones and Remote ID: Who Cares? You Do.

When the FAA released the Remote ID rule late last year, it left the drone industry with as many questions as answers.  What about new hardware and remote ID solutions?  How will manufacturers comply?  Will drone owners be able to receive a simple firmware update?  Will the solution require a …

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Wingcopter Investment $22M Drone Delivery

image courtesy Wingcopter The $22 million Series A investment in German drone delivery company Wingcopter is the latest large funding announcement in the drone industry.  While investors may be getting more picky, the appetite for proven solutions in drone technology is still strong, as the Wingcopter investment indicates.. Wingcopter has …

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Skydio Opens Japan Office Next Month

U.S. drone manufacturer Skydio is ready to expand to the Asia-Pacific market, opening Skydio Japan next month. Skydio’s first expansion overseas is testament to the stunning growth the company has experienced over the last year.  Skydio has made a mark with it’s autonomous flight technology, and by establishing its place as …

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Autel Drones Manufactured in the U.S.

Today’s announcement about Autel Enterprise Made in USA EVO II Dual Bundles – Autel drones manufactured in U.S. – signals a significant drone industry trend.  “Made in America” now has new importance for the drone industry: and a more specific meaning. Autel‘s EVO II has been a compelling competitor to …

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Drones for Coronavirus: Parrot Supports Ventilator Productio…

In a blog post April 17, Parrot announced that they are supporting the French medical profession by contributing their experience in engine design and integration to the MakAir open source respirator project.   “The engine is an essential and very demanding part of any ventilation device: constant power, controlled vibrations, …

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The Coronavirus Effect: Drone Manufacturers Suffer Productio…

The Skydio 2 Drone manufacturers around the world are struggling to meet production schedules as the coronavirus continues to impact Chinese manufacturing systems. U.S.-based Skydio assembles drones in the U.S.: but the company is suffering from the supply-chain disruption caused by the slowdown in manufacturing of the component parts.  Advance customers …

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