Drones in the News

Drone News of the Week May 13

All of the DRONELIFE headlines and drone news of the week May 13: DJI, Autel, American Robotics and more. Continue reading, or listen here: Virginia Natural Gas First in State to Deploy Pipeline Inspection With Drones   Virginia Natural Gas (VNG) is set to become the first natural gas utility in …

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Genius NY Applications Open $1 M Prize Drone Startups

New York state is betting on the drone, robotics and IoT industries in a big way.  With recognition that these industries have the potential to drive major economic development in the area, the GENIUS NY program  – an in-residence accelerator operated out of Syracuse, NY – is offering $3 million in …

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Skydio Drones for Public Safety Fritz Reber

From the floor of AUVSI’s Xponential 2022: an interview with former police officer and Head of Public Safety Integration Fritz Reber on Skydio drones for public safety. Fritz Reber is a well respected figure in public safety – and in the drone industry.  Reber served at Chula Vista Police Department …

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vHive Raises $25 Million in Series B

Drone ecosystem funding: leading Digital Twin platform vHive Raises $25 Million in Series B Led by PSG Israeli-based vHive offers a software solution for Digital Twins and other critical insights.  The platform enables commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) drones to fly autonomously around assets, resulting in a precise and repeatable data set. The …

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ICOR and BRINC Partner Robotics for Public Safety

ICOR and BRINC Partner on Air/Ground Robot Integration for First Responders by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Tactical and security robotics company ICOR Technology has formed an integration partnership with public safety specialist BRINC Drones in order to improve air and ground robotics for public safety operators worldwide. An …

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The Law-Tech Connect Workshop, at Xponential ’22: Drone Law…

Drone laws can have a big impact on business and the development of future applications: BVLOS flight, drone swarms, automated systems, and advanced air mobility will all depend upon the way that drone laws and regulations evolve.  Businesses and investors need to understand how these laws will effect their operations. …

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Drone Delivery of Lab Specimens Spright and Interpath

Spright and Interpath Laboratory Launch Medical Drone Delivery Pilot Service by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today, Air Methods drone division Spright and Interpath Laboratory have announced a partnership for the launch of a first-of-its-kind drone delivery network capable of transferring lab specimens. The partnership conducted its first proof-of-concept …

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Drone Delivery Start-Up Zing Uber Model

Meet Zing Drones.  This Florida drone delivery start-up plans to offer Uber-like deliveries. By Jim Magill Everyone is familiar with delivery services such as Door Dash and Uber Eats, which allow consumers to order deliveries of food by accessing an app on their smart phone. Now, a small Florida-based start-up …

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Hyundai Launches New Company for Urban Air Mobility

Supernal Concept vehicle Hyundai Launches New Company for Urban Air Mobility: Supernal by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today, Hyundai Motor Group announced a new company called Supernal, LLC to advance its mobility solutions. As the evolution of its Urban Air Mobility Division, Supernal will be the key player …

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