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AirMap mobile app offers automated airspace authorization,08 Nov 2017 in Uncategorized

Through a partnership the the FAA, AirMap’s mobile app can now be used to request digital authorization to fly commercially in the airspace of five prototype evaluation sites with Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability.
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DroneTracker 3 improves drone detection and tracking,08 Nov 2017 in Uncategorized

Dedrone Inc. has released DroneTracker 3, an updated version of its security system for detecting and tracking drones being used for spying, hacking and other activities. The update is designed for integration into existing security systems. #quadcopters #drones



Arizona UAS event reveals changes coming to industry,07 Nov 2017 in Uncategorized

Speakers from the FAA and AUVSI provided attendees of the second Arizona UAS Summit & Expo held this week in Mesa with insight and perspective on the future of the UAS industry. Drone swarms and UAS traffic management were among the topics discussed.
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Workhorse optimizes last-mile delivery with integrated drone,07 Nov 2017 in Uncategorized

Workhorse Group Inc. has begun implementing agreements to test and operate its new N-Gen electric van equipped with an integrated delivery drone. The aircraft launches from the roof of the van and can deliver packages weighing up to 10 pounds.
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DJI launches new FlightHub drone operations software at AirWorks 2017,07 Nov 2017 in News

DJI, the world’s largest drone maker, now wants to help you manage your drones too. The Chinese drone manufacturer today released FlightHub, a software targeted at enterprise and business use cases, which manages real-time drone operations, flight data, fleets and pilot teams. The FlightHub software was launched at the AirWorks 2017 conference, which is DJI’s … Continue reading DJI launches new FlightHub drone operations software at AirWorks 2017

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UAV217 CNN Newsgathering Drone,03 Nov 2017 in CNN&Episodes&FAA&newsgathering

CNN gets a waiver for a newsgathering drone, electronic license plates for drones, more on the Drone Integration Pilot Program, and drone regulations in India.

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Chao announces details of U.S. Drone Integration Pilot Program,02 Nov 2017 in Uncategorized

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao has announced details of the Trump administration’s Drone Integration Pilot Program, which is aimed at accelerating the commercialization and integration of UAS into the national airspace. #quadcopters #drones



How AEB can help your drone photography,31 Oct 2017 in Photos&Tips

The following blog post is a guest piece from Chris Anderson, the creator of the site The Drone Trainer. Modern drones often come with the possibility to capture mind-boggling images at several different exposures, and create stunning HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos. But with that comes an onslaught of HDR photos that are far overdone … Continue reading How AEB can help your drone photography

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Drone Racing League’s 2018 world championships are in one of the world’s most unfriendly countries to women,29 Oct 2017 in News

The Drone Racing League (DRL) announced the location of its 2018 DRL Allianz World Championship — and it’s located in one of the most unfriendly countries in the world toward women. The 2018 championship races will play out in Saudi Arabia in September next year. Saudi Arabia consistently ranks among the worst countries in the world … Continue reading Drone Racing League’s 2018 world championships are in one of the world’s most unfriendly countries to women

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6 ways law enforcement uses drones,29 Oct 2017 in Flight Diaries

As drones become safer, cheaper and more reliable, there’s one field that has found tremendous success in using drones: law enforcement. Drone and camera technology allows law enforcement officials to have a better viewpoint of chaotic situations where having ground personnel is too risky. Aerial points of view also allow post-accident or crime scenes to … Continue reading 6 ways law enforcement uses drones

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