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AirMap, Kittyhawk and Wing Demonstrate InterUSS Remote ID So…

Flying a drone is very different from flying a plane or driving a car. For starters, it’s remote. The separation between pilot and vehicle means there’s limited accountability built into the situation. And that’s an issue. If you want to reassure members of the public and law enforcement that what you’re doing …

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DJI Urges Caution in Drone Incident Evaluation & UK Council …

Citizens of the UK are seeing drones everywhere these days. Even though there have been more confirmed sightings of the Loch Ness monster than images recorded of the drones supposedly running riot at London’s airports. Still, as the fallout from Gatwick continues and events unravel, police remain adamant that a …

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Indemnis Parachute For DJI Drones Meets International Safety…

Back in 2017, Alaska-based Indemnis partnered with DJI to develop parachute standards and systems that could be deployed in an instant, protecting valuable multi-rotor cargo and, of course, whoever or whatever is unlucky enough to be directly underneath should an issue occur. Today, Indemnis and DJI have announced that the Nexus …

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Has The Mota Group Quietly Shut Down? The Curse Of The Lily …

In October we published a brief investigation into goings on at the Mota Group, the company that purchased the marketing and branding rights to the original (and doomed) Lily Drone project. As part of the Mota Group’s marketing efforts, the company used its newly acquired list of let down Lily …

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Drone Consortium is Making North Dakota Skies Safer

A consortium of university and corporate UAS players just made the skies safer for drones over North Dakota and their achievement is likely to soar into the global community. The University of North Dakota, in cooperation with aerospace company Harris Corporation and the  Northern Plains UAS Test Site, last month …

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European Consortium Will Address Drone Traffic Management

As commercial drones take flight more and more across Europe, regulators are joining forces with UAS companies to establish standardized drone rules and traffic management best practices across the continent. A group of 13 public and private organizations recently created the SAFIR consortium to “demonstrate integrated Drone Traffic Management for …

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‘Oklahoma, Where the drones come flyin’ down the plain..’

Perhaps it’s time to modernize the classic titular song from the musical Oklahoma!: “Oklahoma, where the drones come flyin’ down the plain, Oklahoma, where FAA permits sure smell sweet”   Last month, Oklahoma State University teamed up with Vigilant Aerospace – provider of the FlightHorizon situational awareness and detect-and-avoid system …

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Déjà Vu As UK Media Starts 2019 With More Drone Scaremongeri…

After a Christmas period that served up plenty of drone-related angst in the UK, it looks as though 2019 is set to feature more of the same. The trauma of the Battle of Gatwick is starting to fade, like a drunken Christmas party incident that everyone involved in is now too embarrassed …

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Rogue Drone Incidents Spells Good News for DroneShield

Recent events involving rogue drones have proven lucrative for Australian counter-drone firm DroneShield. Following a purported assassination attempt in August against Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro, the company received an order from an unnamed Central American government security agency for DroneShield’s two cornerstone products – the DroneSentry drone mitigation system and the DroneGun Tactical …

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