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FAA Reauthorization Bill to Reach Senate Floor: Possible Imp…

The U.S. Senate is scheduled to convene, today, August 10, 2018 at 10:30 AM for a pro forma session. On the calendar of business is an aviation policy bill that will reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) until fiscal year 2021. The two general orders include S.1405 and H.R. 4. …

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Meet Delair, the Only Drone Company Recognized as a 2018 Tec…

Last month the World Economic Forum recognized Delair as a Technology Pioneer. Their selection was noteworthy for two reasons—not only were they the only drone company to be selected, they were also the only company from France to be included on the list. Those companies recognized were selected based on …

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Drones Offer Dynamic Potential in Africa’s Agricultural & Me…

Lately business drone adoption has been gaining momentum in Africa inside two particular industries: agriculture and drugs. And the influence has been vital—from creating safer work environments, to saving lives, to growing crop yields. Through partnerships with drone tech leaders comparable to Parrot and Zipline, African nations have improved their …

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A Look at the 10 UAS Integration Pilot Program Winners—Who T…

Recently the U.S. Department of Transportation introduced the names of ten state and native and governments chosen to conduct flight checks as a part of the UAS Integration Pilot Program. The ten applications that had been chosen shall be allowed to check numerous sorts of drone operations presently prohibited by …

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7 Big Announcements from AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018

This week our workforce attended AUVSI XPONENTIAL for the primary time. It was an incredible expertise, filled with studying, assembly different drone of us, and trying out the newest expertise within the drone business. The convention covers not simply drones, however all unmanned techniques—AUVSI stands for Association for Unmanned Vehicle …

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New Pathfinder Report by PrecisionHawk and the FAA Contains …

PrecisionHawk just lately launched its FAA Pathfinder Report regarding past visible line of sight (BVLOS) drone operations. The report is the results of three years of analysis performed in partnership with the FAA and MITRE, and outlines complete requirements for flying drones BVLOS. According to PrecisionHawk, the report can be …

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Xcel Energy First Utility to Receive Permission from the FAA…

Xcel Energy was just lately granted permission from the FAA to conduct common drone missions past visible line of sight (BVLOS) in Denver, Colorado. Xcel Energy is Colorado’s largest utility firm, and so they plan to use their BVLOS permission to conduct routine inspections of their digital transmission strains. Image …

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