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New Army AI technology accelerates multi-target attacks

A forward-operating Army unit is under heavy fire and poised to attack. The soldiers are armed with small arms weapons, shoulder-fired missiles, drones and even helicopter support, yet commanders need to know which among many targets to hit. Which targets should be hit first? Are any target points about to fire incoming …

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DJI’s Video With Shell Highlights the Use of DJI Industrial …

A new marketing video put out by DJI features the team at Shell using the M300 – and highlights DJI’s position in the energy industry. As Parrot introduces the new ANAFI USA and other manufacturers scramble to capture a meaningful share of the market, DJI’s industrial drones like the Matrice 300 …

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Marketing Your Commercial Drone Business Now that the Trade …

Here at DRONELIFE, we make a living providing marketing opportunities and brand awareness for drone companies – so marketing plans are top of mind.  As the COVID-19 crisis continues, in-person trade shows and marketing opportunities fall to the wayside.  In this DRONELIFE Minute Survey, we asked what drone companies are …

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ANAFI USA Targets DJI: the Newest Parrot Drone for Law Enfor…

Parrot‘s newest drone targets DJI directly on their most vulnerable point: data security rumors that just can’t be quelled. The ANAFI USA offers a compelling alternative: a U.S.-manufactured, rugged and feature-loaded system at a reasonable pricepoint.  While Parrot is currently the world’s #2 drone manufacturer, the company is not afraid …

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Cargo Drones: Canada Proposes to Allow Low Risk BVLOS Operat…

Source: Drone Delivery Canada Transport Canada has issued a proposal that would allow very large drones, such as cargo drones, to fly beyond the remote pilot’s visual line of sight (BVLOS) when traveling in remote areas. The proposal takes a risk-based approach to flying beyond visual line of sight without …

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Swiss Researchers Develop Fast ‘Detect and Avoid’ Tech

University of Zurich researchers have developed technology that will enable drones to detect and avoid other fast-moving objects in as little as 3.5 milliseconds using special event cameras and newly developed algorithms. The reaction time makes the aircraft “nearly” as reliable as human pilots and is directed at beyond visual …

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Kespry Releases Summer Inspection Drone Upgrades

Courtesy: Kespry Aerial intelligence provider Kespry is launching an updated suite of platform updates focused on inspection drone solutions. The California-based company’s Summer 2020 Aerial Intelligence platform release includes: New Haul Roads Feature Haul roads are complex elements mining and aggregates site managers need to carefully design and calibrate. A well-designed haul road …

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Drone Insurance SkyWatch and Embry-Riddle Announce Partnersh…

InsurTech platform SkyWatch.AI has announced a partnership with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (E-R) to develop drone education programs and provide reduced rates to Embry-Riddle students on their insurance offerings. As the premier aeronautical university in the U.S., Embry-Riddle has taken a leading role in drone education.  E-R provides drone education for pilots, …

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