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AirMap Adds Another Partnership: CerbAir to Collaborate on U…

AirMap and CerbAir collaborate to integrate UTM and Counter-UAS technologies for a comprehensive low-altitude airspace safety and security solution. AirMap continues to execute rapidly on its strategy of partnership and collaboration.  This week, the company announced a new deal with CerbAir, French producer of counter-UAS technology. The following is an …

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US Army Ships Paratroopers to Afghanistan With Mini-Drones (…

[ad_1] US Army soldiers bound for Afghanistan next month will be taking along a new toy for testing: a pint-sized reconnaissance drone that can fit in your hand. The 1st Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment will be testing out the Black Hornet Personal Reconnaissance System in a combat environment for …

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U.S.: Saudi Pipeline Attacks Originated From Iraq – Wall Str…

U.S.: Saudi Pipeline Attacks Originated From Iraq  Wall Street Journal U.S. officials have concluded that drone attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil industry in May were launched from Iraq, not Yemen, raising concerns that Iran’s allies in … >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should You Buy? Source link …

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“Clueless, Careless and Criminal” Description of Drone Pilot…

News and Commentary.  Andy Sage, the head of Unmanned Traffic Management at NATS, the Air Traffic experts in the U.K., recently came under fire for using the phrase “clueless, careless, and criminal” in reference to drone pilots.  That he did this while testifying to Parliament was additionally troubling, and Mr. …

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Iran files complaint to United Nations about U.S. drone: Tas…

Iran files complaint to United Nations about U.S. drone: Tasnim  Reuters Iran said on Friday it had formally filed a complaint to the United Nations against the United States over the violation of its airspace with an unmanned drone shot … >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should …

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Efficiency lift through technology gains

[ad_1] WHILE most of the presentations at last week’s Stirlings to Coast Farmers Group Smart Farm Technology workshop discussed cropping, one speaker did update the crowd on the latest developments in the sheep industry. Consultant Geoff Duddy has had more than 20 years involvement in the sheep sector, initially working …

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