Tag Archives: Drones

It s The Age Of Drones For Telcos

The unbelievable demand for drone applications across sectors continues to soar. The case is being pushed harder now than ever with the arrival of 5G. But interestingly, the emergence of drone applications in the era of 5G means that telcos have new business opportunities. Not too long ago, drones were …

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U.S. Navy Increases Development of Waterborne Drones

By Jonny Lupsha, Wondrium Staff Writer The U.S. Navy is ramping up production of unmanned watercraft. The military hopes that waterborne drones will counter the growing threat of China’s fleet. Drone usage is expanding in number and purpose. The U.S. Navy plans to use waterborne drones for the electronic surveillance …

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Speculation Iran Will Swap Drones For Russian Su-35 Fighters

The latest speculation about the future of Russia-Iran defense relations is that Tehran might procure Russian Su-35 Flanker fighter jets in return for supplying Moscow with various types of its indigenously-produced drones. On Aug. 2, an open-source intelligence Twitter account cited unofficial sources claiming that “Iran has sent the first …

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What Data Points Do Drones Need to Collect?

The Xponential 2022 event on April 25-28 in Orlando, FL, was a significant success. Each year it presents the opportunity to work across many markets and domains. The event represents the entire uncrewed industry, from maritime systems to autonomous trucks that don’t have a cab and robot dogs. Keely Griffith, …

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Drones made Türkiye arms-industry powerhouse, WSJ reports

WASHINGTON   Türkiye’s two-decade-long project to become a weapons-manufacturing powerhouse is starting to pay off and the country has become a global player in weapons manufacturing, U.S. daily Wall Street Journal has reported. Highlighting that the government is pouring $60 billion a year, up from $5 billion in 2002, into …

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Cursir Presents on NAVAID Flight Inspection Drones

Сursir presented the IFIS 2022 additional papers on NAVAID flight inspection drones. Held in collaboration with the International Committee for Airspace, Standards and Calibration (ICASC) and taking place for the first time on the African continent, the biennial International Flight Inspection Symposium (IFIS) attracts international delegates with aerospace expertise from …

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Drones to fly during AAD 2022 for the first time

A Phantom 4 drone flies next to a C-130 at AFB Waterkloof. Unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, will have a high profile at this year’s Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) exhibition, as they will for the first time be allowed to fly during the trade show at Air Force Base …

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