Home / Telecommunications

Telecommunications

Drone Mapping: A Podcast with Jono Millin of DroneDeploy

Want to learn about what is going on with Drone Mapping Software?  Check out this podcast with Jono Millin one of the founders of DroneDeploy from our friends at Commercial Drone FM. Here is how they describe the show:  “Jono Millin is co-founder and Chief Customer Officer (CCO) at DroneDeploy, …

Read More »

Drone Harmony Launches Data Capture Platform for Drone Servi…

Swiss startup Drone Harmony has launched a data capture platform for drone service providers and enterprise customers, which will work in tandem with its established flight planning tools. Drone Harmony users can now count on cloud storage of mission data and a web-based flight planning interface that can be used …

Read More »

Don’t Fly Blind: The Business of Air Traffic Awareness for D…

Image from INVOLI UTM, air traffic awareness, remote ID and tracking, and collision avoidance are all hot topics in the drone industry.  As these frameworks and technologies develop, risks will decrease, regulations will ease, and the applications that commercial drones are regularly able to perform will expand dramatically. There is …

Read More »

Vodafone Uses 4G Network For UK Christmas Drone Delivery

Telecoms giant Vodafone have completed what they claim is the UK’s first ever drone delivery using a mobile network. Rather than the radio link used to control the vast majority of off-the-shelf models, Vodafone demonstrated how mobile network coverage could instead enable deliveries to remote or distant destinations. The company’s …

Read More »

It Turns Out that Diamonds Could be a Drone’s Best Friend

LakeDiamond’s system is working toward producing a laser beam that can shine directly on the photovoltaic cells on the drone’s surface. (Copyright LakeDiamond) LakeDiamond is Swiss based company that manufactures very pure synthetic diamonds for industrial and commercial uses.  They have announced recently that they are developing technology that would …

Read More »

Technology and Services Giant IBM wants to use Block Chain t…

IBM has applied to patent a system that would use block chain technology to tackle privacy and security concerns for drones, according to a filing published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) September 20, 2018. IBM joins a list of more traditional technology companies that are looking to supply technology solutions, in this …

Read More »

Teaching Drones to Travel in Small spaces by Watching the Bi…

It really interesting to make note of the different approaches that are used to solve problems.  In this case university research seeks to learn how to teach a drone how to travel though a confined space by emulating the flight patterns of birds and bees. There are different approaches to …

Read More »

Quick Start Guide to Drones in Public Infrastructure

Quick Start Guide to Drones in Public Infrastructure Skylogic Research, the leading research and advisory services firm for the commercial drone industry and owner of Drone Analyst®, announced today the release of their Quick Start Guide to Drones in Public Infrastructure. This report is the third in a new series …

Read More »

Rocketmine Recieves BVLOS Authorization in South Africa

South Africa has an enormous potential marketplace for business drones, providing alternatives for drone expertise in mining, agriculture, supply, and different areas.  Approval for business operators, nevertheless, has been gradual in coming.  Commercial drone firm Rocketmine is main the way in which in the nation for brand new operations by …

Read More »

Aquila: Facebook Shuts Down Internet Delivery Drone Project

Facebook has quietly introduced that it’s going to now not be persevering with with its Aquila venture, an enormous drone designed to fly at excessive altitude and beam down web connectivity to distant areas. In a weblog submit written by director of engineering Yael Maguire, the corporate admitted that rising competitors …

Read More »