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The Evolution of a Drone Company: Parrot Builds an End-to-En…

Parrot CEO Henri Seydoux has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to reading the drone industry.  In 2018, Parrot has evolved from a consumer electronics company to a drone solutions provider offering an impressive range of products. In a late 2015 article in Forbes magazine, Seydoux predicted …

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senseFly Brings on New CEO Gilles Labossière from Parent Com…

Gilles Labossière Leading business drone producer senseFly has introduced on the Executive VP and COO of senseFly’s mother or father firm Parrot Group, Gilles Labossière, as CEO.  Labossière will proceed to carry his place in Parrot Group as he takes the reins at senseFly. senseFly is well-known for its fixed-wing …

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Global Partnerships: SenseFly and Airware Join Forces

picture courtesy senseFly The drone business is forming partnerships at a document tempo this yr.  Manufacturers are becoming a member of forces with drone options corporations and different established vertical gamers to maximise their distribution channels and present a single vendor answer. The newest main partnership announcement comes from Swiss drone …

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senseFly First Operators Granted Anytime BVLOS Flight in Swi…

senseFly has develop into the primary drone operator to be granted anytime Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) authorization in Switzerland.  The nation’s Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) has granted senseFly permission to fly any of its eBee-branded mapping options past the visible sight of a drone’s operator, utilizing observers, …

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senseFly to Explain the Cost and Process of Drones in Agricu…

With the clear benefits that agronomists get from a birds’ eye view of their crops, precision agriculture has been one of the leading applications of drones across the globe.   The technology offers incredible advantages: with the data provided by drones farms of any scale can conserve resources, monitor crops, make better …

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British MoD Will Deliberately Crash Drones into Planes – Just to See What Happens

Photo: Lynn Greyling The British Ministry of Defense (MoD) will pay £250,000 (about $304,000) to have drones deliberately smashed into passenger jets, the UK’s Daily Mail reports.  The crashes are part of a  testing program that the Daily Mail calls “secretive,” designed to show what would happen if a drone collided …

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