The Drone Manufacturers Alliance Europe (DMAE) accounts for almost 80% of the civil drones operated in the world today, including DJI, GoPro, Parrot and senseFly (Parrot Group). And they’re worried about the first EU drone rulebook. “DMAE applauds the effort put forward by EASA to finalise Europe’s first common rulebook for drones. This is […]
“UTM” is one of those acronyms that has reached the status of annoying – technical enough that not everyone in the drone industry understands what it means, but ubiquitous enough that few articles bother to explain what it is anymore. We spoke with Amit Ganjoo of ANRA Technologies, one of the leading companies in the […]
The demonstration in Singapore was significant, as the Airbus drone delivery project – called Skyways – has entered into an agreement with SingPost to trial small parcel delivery via drones to “designated stations” on the University campus. ” Incoming packages are first loaded automatically onto the drone via a robotic arm at designated parcel […]
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FAA Acting Deputy Administrator Carl Burleson told attendees of the Singapore Airshow that regulations to track and identify drones would be coming this year. CNBC reports that while participating in a panel discussion, Burleson said the FAA was primarily concerned with increasing security. “If we were simply dealing with safety, it would be a hard-enough […]
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Guest post by Guy Alkalay of Skysense. Lately, it seems like everyone is clamoring to get a piece of the drone industry in the U.S. From exciting startups turning drone footage into highly intelligent and useful data for industrial businesses, to venture capitalists hoping to cash in on the whole craze, it seems the U.S. […]