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Zurich Researchers Teach Drone to Dodge with Dynamic Obstacl…

One of the many things preventing urban drone deliveries reaching Amazone Prime levels of mass adoption is the threat of interference, whether that’s from pets, kids, thieves, gun-toting neighbors or rogue footballs. Researchers at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, are working on sense and avoid technology that could provide drones …

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Comparison: Parrot ANAFI Thermal Vs DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise D…

In the past six months, two interesting products have hit the market from the drone industry’s leading manufacturers, DJI and Parrot. Both aim to make aerial thermal imagery accessible and affordable. In December 2018, DJI launched the Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual, an iteration of the Mavic 2 Enterprise that swaps …

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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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DJI to Launch UTC Training Center Program Across North Ameri…

DJI has today announced plans to launch an Unmanned Aerial Systems Training Center (UTC) program across North America. The Chinese industry leader is partnering with industrial UAV experts RMUS to open eight training centers. DJI’s motivation for the move is clear. In a blog post published by the company today, …

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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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Have Your Say: Time Is Running Out To Comment On Proposed FA…

In case you didn’t know, the FAA is seeking public input as it weighs up rule change proposals which could enable more advanced operations, including routine drone flights over people and at night. As well as enabling safe flights over people and at night, the FAA is exploring how to …

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Interview: Intelligent Energy & Productiv on Hydrogen-Powere…

Last month we took a closer look at three technologies that will transform the drone operations of the future: The ability of drones to rest and recharge on the fly; advanced computer vision and motion planning, and hydrogen power. One of the projects mentioned in our exploration of hydrogen was …

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Latest Amazon Patent Shows Delivery Drones Powered By Positi…

It’s often said that if you wish for something hard enough, it might just come true. That appears to be the latest avenue the team at Amazon is exploring as part of ongoing efforts to get the company’s drone delivery ambitions off the ground. Amazon Prime Air has become better …

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Terra For Drone Software Vendors as DJI Launches Mapping & M…

Not that many years ago, DJI was credited with forcing several competitors to pivot out of the drone hardware market and into commercial software. The Chinese company’s drones were too good and too cheap for the likes of 3DR to compete with. Now the world’s leading manufacturer has launched Terra, …

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