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Sonex Enters UAV Market

Sonex Enters UAV Market

by By Stephen Pope Sonex Aircraft, the Oshkosh, Wisconsin, maker of tiny kitbuilt airplanes with unusual names to go along with their unusual looks, is expanding into the military UAV market. Sonex says it has signed a business collaboration agreement…

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Horizon unveils the world’s first hydrogen powered, 4H- endurance multi-rotor UAV

Horizon unveils the world’s first hydrogen powered, 4H- endurance multi-rotor UAV

by Singaporean company Horizon Unmanned Systems (HUS) unveils HYCOPTER, the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell powered multi-rotor UAV. HYCOPTER is being readied for a record flight endurance of 4 hours, or around 8 to 10 times the average flight duration…

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Aeryon Labs and Dejero Announce Exclusive Partnership for Cloud-based Distribution of Live Video from Aeryon sUAS

Aeryon Labs and Dejero Announce Exclusive Partnership for Cloud-based Distribution of Live Video from Aeryon sUAS

by Aeryon Labs Inc., the premier manufacturer of small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) and Dejero, the leader in the remote acquisition, cloud management and multiscreen distribution of live video over IP, today announced a strategic technology partnership to enable secure, real-time…

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VirtualAirBoss Seeds a New Crop of Drone Maintenance Experts at Northland Community and Technical College in Minnesota

VirtualAirBoss Seeds a New Crop of Drone Maintenance Experts at Northland Community and Technical College in Minnesota

by SmartC2, distributor of VirtualAirBoss™ aviation operations software, announces an alliance with Northland Community and Technical College (Northland, or NCTC) in Thief River Falls, MN, to enhance the education of students enrolled in courses leading toward certification in UAS maintenance…

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Drones and dogs may save Florida’s avocado industry

Drones and dogs may save Florida’s avocado industry

by By Claudia Solis Drones and trained dogs could be the answer to stopping an invasive fungus from attacking avocado crops, an industry in South Florida that brings in more than $50 million a year and positions the region as…

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