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Drones’ Next Job: Construction Work

Drones’ Next Job: Construction Work
By JACK NICAS Construction-equipment maker Komatsu Ltd. has plans to solve a potential shortage of construction workers in Japan: Let drones and driverless bulldozers do part of the work. Tokyo-based Komatsu said Tuesday it planned to use unmanned aircraft, bulldozers and excavators to…

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Commercial Drone Training Classes Offered

Commercial Drone Training Classes Offered
With the imminent ‘opening up’ of National Airspace (NAS) to civilian commercial UASs, the need for qualified, experienced and knowledgeable professionals in this field is critical. The Monarch™ Training Courses are designed to provide a thorough understanding of relevant aspects…

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Quest UAV looking for Sales Engineer

Quest UAV looking for Sales Engineer
QuestUAV is currently seeking a Sales Engineer to become part of its dynamic team and help grow the company into a multi million pound turnover company in the next three years in the civilian UAV / RPA manufacturing sector. A…

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Aerialtronics condemns dangerous use of UAV and asks drone pilots to “fly responsibly”

Aerialtronics condemns dangerous use of UAV and asks drone pilots to “fly responsibly”
Aerialtronics pushes forward the agenda of safe flight operations for small commercial UAVs and RPAS, developing a novel Collision Avoidance System (CAS), while implementing its Intelligent Transport System (ITS) and “virtual fence” technology as well as adhering to the “Know Before You Fly…

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Owner of Auckland’s mystery drone comes forward

Owner of Auckland’s mystery drone comes forward
Lincoln Tan The owner of the mystery drone found among the weeds on a Titirangi property will be reunited with his machine. The man, who did not want to be named, said he lost the drone after taking some aerial…

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