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Drones Can Do Liver: Maryland Tests Show Potential of Unmann…

Pizza, pad thai, burgers, milkshakes, Amazon products… All have been cited as the kind of cargo drones could transport from business to customer. But we’ve known for a while that these relatively superficial drone delivery efforts will struggle to win the trust of regulators and the public. It’s perhaps too soon …

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Yuneec Announces Black Friday Promotions

Another day, another drone industry manufacturer is announcing promotions ahead of Black Friday. This time it’s Yuneec, the Chinese manufacturer most famous for the Typhoon range of photography drones. So what’s the deal? We’ve already seen what DJI and Parrot have to offer in a bid to pick up drone sales …

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We Asked 3 Industry Leaders for Their Assesment of the Europ…

Flyability’s Elios drone DRONELIFE attended The Commercial UAV Show in London on November 14-15, 2018.  It was a great show full of new technology and new ideas for the drone industry.  We asked 3 industry leaders for their perspective on the European market for drones – their answers may surprise you. …

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Vermeer Public Beta Launch: The First AR-Enabled Camera Flig…

The following is a guest post by Sasha Rezvina of leading aerial cinematography company Aerobo. Brian Streem and his team have spent four years flying drones for the biggest production houses in Hollywood. In that time, they believe they’ve discovered a fundamental design flaw with how drones are operated. They …

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Swiss Start-Up Fires Up Laser-based Drone Charger

Few drone pilots enjoy the often-tedious process of charging their UAV of choice. However, several new technologies are taking off that make powering up a breeze – from charging pile technology to landing-pad stations to portable compact chargers. But laser beams? That’s science-fiction, right? Not anymore. The Swiss Federal Institute …

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Ryze Tech Launches New Programmable Tello EDU Drone

The original Tello was just $99 and marketed towards beginners and educational institutions. The Tello has obstacle avoidance tech, a camera and several autonomous functions. In part that’s down to the contribution of Intel’s Movidius vision processing unit (VPU) and DJI’s flight stabilization technology. According to Ryze Tech, the Tello …

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The Next FAA Administrator – and What that Might Mean for th…

News and Commentary.  It’s the season for politics.  The top spot at the FAA – a political appointment – is rumored to be announced soon. FAA veteran Dan Elwell has been Acting Administrator since Administrator Michael Huerta left in January of this year, after serving for 7 years.  While Elwell …

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Drones for Good: Join the AMA Fly-A-Thon on Giving Tuesday, …

Here in the U.S.,  after “Black Friday,” the official start of the holiday shopping season, and the newer “Cyber Monday” comes “Giving Tuesday,” kicking off the charitable season.  This year, the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) Foundation is hosting a fly-a-thon, where participants can raise money for the educational and community-based …

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DJI Product Launch Set For November 28th

It feels as though every few months we try to unravel an abstract combination of words and images from DJI. It’s becoming a hobby, but really we’re just trying to figure out what on earth is next in the pipeline from the drone industry’s leading manufacturer. This time we’ve got …

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