At the end of 2017, the Marines purchased approximately 800 quadcopter drones as an addition to each squad. Recently, they have been integrated into nearly all of the squads. It all started in 2016 with a new philosophy conceived at the Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms. It’s called “How an Expeditionary Force Operated […]
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Drone technology is evolving at an incredible pace these days, but few new announcements really offer a really game-changing – or work changing – feature. This one is different. A few years ago, the ability to create a map from drone data in real time would have been unthinkable – but now DroneDeploy, the world’s […]
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Drone security firm Dedrone and network giant Verizon’s OCR (Operation Convergent Response) team have written the book – well, the whitepaper, anyway – on preventing drone disasters during emergency response. Dedrone is one of the leading firms in the anti-drone technology space, providing an airspace security platform that detects, classifies, and mitigates drone threats. Dedrone […]
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Active current drain: <5mA
Total sleep current: < 20uA
Sleep current drain per cell: <1uA
Interface with autopilot: i2c , UART (will implement other protocols if there is interest)