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Drone Harmony Launches Data Capture Platform for Drone Servi…

Swiss startup Drone Harmony has launched a data capture platform for drone service providers and enterprise customers, which will work in tandem with its established flight planning tools. Drone Harmony users can now count on cloud storage of mission data and a web-based flight planning interface that can be used …

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DBUS Offer Generous Discount on Drone (To Customers Who Have…

(But still claim no affiliation to the Mota Group) Their drones may be little more than a bunch of rebranded year-old models from China’s High Great, but at least Drones by US (DBUS) are continuing to deliver creative marketing ploys worthy of any cutting-edge manufacturer. If you’ve been following our …

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University of Maryland Drone Delivers Kidney For Successful …

In a world-first flight and a significant step for human medicine, a University of Maryland drone has delivered a donor kidney to surgeons at the University of Maryland Medical Center, before being successfully transplanted into a patient with kidney failure. It’s an exciting development in the use of drones to …

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SenseFly to Support Brazil’s First BVLOS Drone Flights

Parrot-owned SenseFly has announced approval for what will be Brazil’s first beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone flights. The project is in collaboration with drone engineering and consulting specialists AL Drones, environmental technology company Santiago & Cintra and Brazil’s National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC). SenseFly’s drones, which include the …

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Drone Delivery: Google’s Project Wing Takes Off In Australia

From the distance comes a high-pitched whining. It sounds horrible, like a giant mosquito. Or maybe a herd of angry mice screaming in a wind tunnel. It is in fact a flying burrito. And it’s flying courtesy of Wing’s ambitious drone delivery program. That’s right: Google/Alphabet’ Project Wing has been …

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RYZE Tech, Marvel & Disney Launch Tello Iron Man Edition

DJI’s local partner Ryze Tech has made a name for itself as a manufacturer of drones that are ideal for beginners and well-suited to` educational purposes. The original Tello launched last year with technological backing from Intel and DJI. The result was a highly capable but incredibly affordable little drone. …

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Ocean Alliance SnotBot and EarBot Drones Featured on BBC’s B…

The BBC’s Blue Planet series, usually accompanied by the smooth tones of David Attenborough, remains one of the broadcaster’s most popular exports and has been inspiring conservation and awareness of the natural world for years. So it’s fitting that this year’s series – a special week of live programs celebrating …

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3 Technologies That Could Transform Future Drone Operations

Not that long ago, the industry was dominated by bold forecasts (and VC investment) projecting enormous adoption rates and a huge rise of the number of drones in operation. In reality, the more ambitious projects have been slower to get going than some predicted. Amazon’s Prime delivery service is still more …

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Drones At Sea: The Highs & Lows of a Parley SnotBot Expediti…

If you follow how drones are being used in the world of conservation, you will have heard about Ocean Alliance by now. The Massachusetts-based marine conservation organization has pioneered a new way of collecting biological samples from whales in the form of SnotBot. These adapted drones act as flying Petri …

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Drones Will Be Shot Down Until These Misconceptions Are Tack…

On February 23rd, Long Island resident Gerard Chasteen allegedly fired his Shotgun three times at a DJI Mavic 2 Zoom flying near his property. Rather than a neighbourhood menace up to no good, the drone’s operators – Lynn Fodale and Teddy Henn – were volunteers working for local pet-rescue group, Missing …

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