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The Deep Dive into Remote ID for Drones: What It Is, What it…

image public domain We’ve gotten a lot of questions and comments about Remote ID for Drones – and with good reason.  This regulation is important: it has the potential to impact all drone operations in the country.  It’s also technical, and challenging to understand. This guest post is a longer …

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Drone Disinfection: JD Joins the Fight to Prevent an Epidemi…

JD Drone disinfecting Mongolia Chinese delivery giant JD has joined the fight against the spread of the coronavirus.  JD.com reports that the company flew two drones spraying disinfectant in Ordos City, an important industrial city in Inner Mongolia, China. “With an increasing number of people returning back to work from …

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Earning Your Drone License in the U.K.: Your Questions Answe…

In the UK, anybody over the age of 18 can purchase a drone and, after a quick, online multiple-choice quiz, register and fly it. Legally, any adult can fly lightweight drones recreationally without a license. However, if you are more serious about flying and want to use drone piloting as …

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South Korea Taking a Major Place in the Global Drone Industr…

Doosan CEO Doo Soon Lee, Image courtesy African Drone Forum At drone shows around the world companies from South Korea (Republic of Korea) have taken a major place – and this week in Rwanda, South Korea’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, the World Banks Group’s Korea Office, and the …

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The African Drone Forum: the Opportunities in a Rapidly Deve…

Lake Kivu Challenge: Courtesy African Drone Forum The African Drone Forum (ADF) officially kicked off today in Kigali, Rwanda, and drone businesses from around the world were there to demonstrate their technology to heigh level African stakeholders.  (Livestream the ADF events here.) Africa represents a huge opportunity: both for communities …

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