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Israel’s Airobotics Opens Headquarters in the US

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Ran Krauss founded Airobotics back in 2014 because he was unsatisfied with the notion that as long as human operators were required to fly drones, they wouldn’t truly reach their true potential in flying far or fast enough. Airobotics develops pilotless drones that use robotics to deploy themselves and handle a number of chores that a human operator would have ... Read More »

Drone Analytics Startup Uses $2M Investment to Take Flight

Sensehawk is a new drone analytics startup based in Bengaluru, India who have recently raised $2 million through a round of funding led by a venture and growth capital fund, specifically SAIF Partners. Other angel investigators have also participated in the round of funding, as well. However, SenseHawk is not a company or a business that uses drones to help ... Read More »

The FAA Drone Tracker Has Officially Launched

After an incredibly long wait, the sixth, and final, installment of the FAA’s real-time drone flight authorization system has become live across the nation. After a successful beta test that took place last spring for the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability, or the LAANC, within a total of 6 operating regions, including the North Central region. The LAANC system ... Read More »

Drones at Burning Man 2018 – Excelling the Exceptional

Burning Man is one of the most interesting festivals, as well as one of the biggest that takes place every year. It takes place over a total of 9 days in the Nevada desert, specifically in a temporarily-built metropolis known as Black Rock City within the Black Rock Desert, also known as “the playa”, just a week before Labor Day ... Read More »

‘Flying Battery’ Can Last Up to 2 Hours

Nothing is more annoying than getting into the groove of flying your drone, only to have to bring it down a minute or two later because your battery is almost dead. A large majority of today’s drones can stay in the air for a maximum of 30 minutes, sometimes only able to be done with multiple batteries. With that said, ... Read More »

World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm Captured by Drone

In order to meet their massive electricity needs on a daily basis, more countries are moving to renewable energy sources than ever before. Solar and hydropower are both viable solutions to this problem, but harnessing wind energy is something that the United Kingdom is now big on. The Walney Extension has officially taken the title as of September 6th, 2018 ... Read More »

UK Architect Designing London’s First Drone Ports

“I can see it being absolutely commonplace,” said Duncan Walker, managing director of Skyports, in a conversation with Dezeen Magazine. “Just as we were designing bike parking spaces into buildings five years ago, I can see drone ports becoming standard in buildings.” Walker has reason to be confident – his company just purchased the rights to build drone ports on ... Read More »

Italian Engineer Develops Autonomous Ambulance Drone

Last weekend’s FAI International Drones Conference and Expo in Lausanne, Switzerland, brought together hundreds on drone industry leaders and experts to discuss the future of drone innovation and compete for a $20,000 prize based on a theme of “Drones for Humanity.” 2018 was the second year this event was held, and the prize – known as the Prince Alvaro de ... Read More »

Australian Forestry Company Uses Drones To Save Koalas

Although not listed as endangered by any governing body, the modern koala population is in dire straits. Urbanization, deforestation, and unregulated habitat destruction have all put these animals at great risk of dying out entirely. It’s time for loggers in Australia to start acting more responsibly – and one company is meeting the challenge with the latest drone technology. Hazelwood ... Read More »

India Enters The Drone Age With New Policy

For two years, the Ministry of Civil Aviation of the Government of India has been debating what a legislative framework for drone usage should look like. In fact, operating even a small drone was an offense punishable by imprisonment. But at long last, on August 27th, the ministry’s sub-body on civil aviation (known as the Directorate General of Civil Aviation ... Read More »