In Defence of DJI: Why Hackers are Wrong to Play Games

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In Defence of DJI: Why Hackers are Wrong to Play Games
In Defence of DJI: Why Hackers are Wrong to Play Games

Plenty of controversial drone industry issues can be found within the text of a single article from our colleagues at SUAS News, titled ‘Don’t be Evil DJI‘. We’re still trying to get to get a grip on exactly what the point of the piece was. But a number of claims were made against the Chinese […]

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UAV158 Fly Like a Bird

Drones and law enforcement, Disney and Google drone patents, a call for anti-drone systems, and a drone that looks and flys like a drone. News Modesto Police Unveil New Crime-Fighting Drones The Modesto, California police department has a DJI Phantom painted like a patrol car and recently they used it to track a suspected robber. […]

UAV155 Amazon Docking Station for sUAS

The MQ-25 Stingray UAS, Star Wars drones, an Amazon patent for sUAS flight decks, Customs and Border Protection solicitation for small drone studies, how drones might make the future of aviation brighter, an arrest for a drone flight, new geofencing firmware, and Facebook laser drones. News Amazon patents special drone housing in the sky Amazon […]

UAV153 ADS-B Out for Small UAS

Flightradar24 and Skysense collaborate on ADS-B for drones, Boeing establishes the Collaborative Autonomous Systems Laboratory, Kansas chooses an unmanned aircraft director, Eurotunnel employs UAVs, implications of AI, and DJI updates its geofencing capability. News The Site That Lets You Track Planes In Real-Time Wants to Track Drones Too Flightradar24 and Skysense are partnering to bring […]