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Drones are Changing Supply Chain in New Warehouses

image: Sven, CC by-SA 3.0 Drones are changing supply chain logistics and warehouse management for big retailers – and they could have an even bigger effect as regulations change. Traditionally, warehouses are large buildings in industrial areas with big loading docks, allowing product to arrive and then to ship out …

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DARPA Wants You! To Down Rogue Drones

The Pentagon’s futuristic think tank is thinking about how to stop errant drones and it wants the public’s help. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Tactical Technology Office this week announced a request for information to help create “novel, flexible, mobile layered” anti-drone solutions to defend “fixed and mobile ground …

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Student Designs Communications Drone for Disaster Relief

photoHilmi Hacaloğlu, public domain A college student at Staffordshire University in the UK has designed a disaster relief drone that will set up an emergency communications network. The drone concept was exhibited at the New Designers exhibit in England last month.  Luqmaan Patel, the designer of the drone, said that he was inspired …

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DroneDeploy Announces New Financing, New Plans [Interview]

DroneDeploy, the leading cloud software platform for commercial drones, announced today that they have raised $20 million in Series B financing led by Scale Venture Partners.  The new investment brings DroneDeploy’s total funding to $31 million. DRONELIFE spoke with DroneDeploy CEO Mike Winn and SVP of Marketing Darr Gerscovich about DroneDeploy’s explosive growth, …

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Amazon’s Secret Drone Test Site Outed

Amazon’s secret drone test site has been found – and photographed – by a journalist for Business Insider, after both Amazon and UK government officials refused to disclose its location. Amazon announced last month that after months of struggling with the FAA it would open testing for its PrimeAir delivery …

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Want to Fly Your Drone With an Old-School GameBoy?

In recent weeks the world has been subjected to another wave of viral nostalgia. Pokemon Go has well and truly brought the old series back into the mainstream, and the craze doesn’t look like ending anytime soon. Which makes us wonder whether retro gaming does have a future, at least …

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Japan Plans Drone Delivery for the Olympics

Japan plans to use drone delivery to serve “depopulated areas” by 2018, and to offer drone delivery in Tokyo by the time the 2020 Olympic games are held there, the Japan Times reports. A source from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s administration says that the Japanese government is working quickly to …

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Top Resources to Improve Your Aerial Photography

For many drone enthusiasts, a passion for aerial photography is what got them into flying in the first place. For the rest, it’s an inevitable result of being able to attach a camera to a UAV. But whether you’re shooting for fun or using a drone for business reasons, improving …

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Intel’s New Aero Drone

Intel, moving rapidly to solidify their position in the drone and robotics business, has unveiled Aero, a “ready to fly” drone. Don’t expect to buy it at a big box store as a Christmas present. Intel introduced the new quadcopter at the Intel Developer Forum on Tuesday, which is appropriate – the …

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