SimActive Expands its Partner Network for Medium Format Camera Solutions

SimActive Inc.,  recently announces the expansion of its network of resellers for medium format licenses. The new strategic alliances allow them to address the growing market need for processing imagery from medium format sensors. Partners include firms such as LiDARUSA, who offers SimActive’s Correlator3D™ to complement Phase One cameras. This announcement follows a recent announcement […] The post SimActive Expands its Partner Network for Medium Format Camera Solutions appeared first on DRONELIFE. SimActive Inc.,  recently announces the expansion of its network of resellers for medium format licenses. The new strategic alliances allow them to address the growing market need for processing imagery from medium format sensors. Partners include firms such as LiDARUSA, who offers SimActive’s Correlator3D™ to complement Phase One cameras. This announcement follows a recent announcement […] The post SimActive Expands its Partner Network for Medium Format Camera Solutions appeared first on DRONELIFE. […] Read More

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New high-altitude platform to revolutionise the way we look at Earth

New high-altitude platform to revolutionise the way we look at Earth

Ordnance Survey and a team of world-leading aeronautic engineers are developing a highly innovative solar powered, High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite (HAPS) that is going to change the face of Earth observation and the way we map our planet. The pioneering enterprise, called Astigan, will give quicker and better images of the Earth through a platform which will […] Ordnance Survey and a team of world-leading aeronautic engineers are developing a highly innovative solar powered, High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite (HAPS) that is going to change the face of Earth observation and the way we map our planet. The pioneering enterprise, called Astigan, will give quicker and better images of the Earth through a platform which will […] Read More

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The latest on DJI after uncovering massive employee theft scheme

Dronemaker DJI has outlined steps to prevent employee theft in the wake of news that DJI employees were inflating the cost of parts and materials for personal gain, in what could have cost the company up to 1 billion yuan ($150 million). The case of employee fraud was uncovered via an internal probe, and DJI responded by firing a number of employees, alerting law enforcement, and setting up new internal channels for employees to submit confidential and anonymous reports relating to any violations of the company’s workplace conduct policies. DJI has since elaborated on the news of the employee theft and outlined how it planned to instill new corporate internal processes, implying that previously loose management practices would be re-evaluated. Read the entire statement from DJI, released on Jan. 30, here: Since our founding 13 years ago, DJI has been a company that emphasizes honesty and integrity in our operations. We strongly believe that upholding these values is a critical element in DJI’s long-term development. We have been disappointed to learn that not all employees have upheld these goals. As DJI embarked on a management reform effort last year, we discovered problems that had evolved during our period of high growth. Uncovering inefficient and ineffective management processes is extremely important for DJI to continue pursuing its success. This is an imperative for our company, and indeed for any company. Unfortunately, DJI has discovered instances of cost inefficiency, purchasing manipulations and outright theft. We cannot ignore these issues. Indeed, for the

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DJI Improves Geofencing to Enhance Protection of European Airports and Facilities

DJI Improves Geofencing to Enhance Protection of European Airports and Facilities

Updated System Refines Airspace Data to Better Reflect Safety Risks DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, is improving its geofencing technology with the launch of its Geospatial Environment Online (GEO) 2.0 system across Europe, bringing state-of-the-art geofencing to a total of 32 European countries. GEO 2.0 creates detailed three-dimensional “bow […] Updated System Refines Airspace Data to Better Reflect Safety Risks DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, is improving its geofencing technology with the launch of its Geospatial Environment Online (GEO) 2.0 system across Europe, bringing state-of-the-art geofencing to a total of 32 European countries. GEO 2.0 creates detailed three-dimensional “bow […] Read More

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DJI select Altitude Angel to provide enhanced Airspace data for 32 European countries

DJI select Altitude Angel to provide enhanced Airspace data for 32 European countries

Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM platform chosen to replace AirMap 12 FEBRUARY, 2019. Altitude Angel, the world’s leading drone services company, has partnered with DJI, the world’s top civilian drones manufacturer, to improve safety and open up more of the skies to its customers. Replacing AirMap for Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM platform, which enables any drone manufacturer or […] Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM platform chosen to replace AirMap 12 FEBRUARY, 2019. Altitude Angel, the world’s leading drone services company, has partnered with DJI, the world’s top civilian drones manufacturer, to improve safety and open up more of the skies to its customers. Replacing AirMap for Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM platform, which enables any drone manufacturer or […] Read More

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