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Best wishes from UgCS Team in 2015!

We would like to thank you all for being with us, using and commenting on our ground control software. Your feedback helped us greatly. During this year the number of our Beta testers and users of Open version rose from few to more than thousand. Most of them members of DIYDrones community.

During December we saw also first clients for our UgCS ONE commercial version. Special thanks for them on showing trust in us with their money.

Make your dreams come true in 2015 with help of www.ugcs.com next year, just like "New Year's Present Delivery Service did!

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Inside the team Action Drone USA with Darryl Anunciado

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Drone rules to be toughened in new year following several Australian incidents

Drone rules to be toughened in new year following several Australian incidents
Chris Johnston Australia is set to have among the world’s toughest rules on drones after the Civil Aviation and Safety Authority rewrites its regulations in the new year. CASA spokesman Peter Gibson said the “huge growth” in popularity of the…

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Drone maker AeroVironment seeks new customers to boost sales

Drone maker AeroVironment seeks new customers to boost sales
By RONALD D. WHITE AeroVironment Inc. of Monrovia proves Southern California still has the right stuff. AeroVironment was the brainchild of American aeronautical pioneer and engineer Paul B. MacCready, who founded the company in 1970. It began by manufacturing windmills and…

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Drone flyover lands Montreal man $1,000 fine

Jesse Tahirali, CTVNews.ca 
Published Sunday, December 28, 2014 7:05PM EST 

Trying to make money with a drone can be costly, as one Montreal man recently found out.

Julien Gramigna was slapped with a $1,000 fine for using his unmanned aircraft to take a video of a house for sale last June.

Though he had permission from the homeowner and the real estate agent, Transport Canada wasn’t happy with the fly-by. According to the government, Gramigna didn’t have permission to operate the aircraft for commercial purposes.



Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/drone-flyover-lands-montreal-man-1-000-fine-1.2164432#ixzz3NG9xoJvH

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