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DJI Commits 100 Drones to U.S. Public Safety Agencies for Disaster Relief

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The world’s largest drone manufacturer, DJI, has been a pioneer in the “drones for good” community: taking a leading role in working with public safety agencies to expand drone use cases. With a large manufacturing base in China, DJI as a company has felt the effects of COVID-19 from the beginning of the crisis: and from the beginning, they’ve stepped up to respond. DJI has worked…

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Skyward Launches New Drone Flight Data Feature

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Oregon-based drone company Skyward today announced a new feature for its Aviation Management Platform.

Live Flights supports program oversight and risk mitigation — users can monitor their drone flights in real-time via a device app. Company officials added, the new feature will serve as a foundation of their Remote ID rollout.

“For managers in the office, this empowers greater…

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Aaronia Scores UK Counter-drone Contract at Heathrow

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German counter-drone company Aaronia has landed a huge contract with one of Europe’s busiest airports.

The company recently announced taking on London’s Heathrow airport as a new client, deploying an array of drone-detection measures across the entire facility. Last year, the British airport made headlines after a drone sighting sparked a halt in departures.

“The safety and security…

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ANSI Pilots Drone Standards Guide

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One of the world’s top standardization groups wants to establish a common benchmark for the drone industry.

Last week, the American National Standards Institute released a working draft titled the Standardization Roadmap for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Version 2.0). The brainchild of the institute’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Standardization Collaborative, the document focuses on drone…

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Drone Patrols Support COVID Lockdown Efforts in Kazakhstan

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A subsidiary of Japanese drone provider Terra Drone is helping keep communities safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Kazakhstan.

The Nur-Sultan Police Department hired KazUAV to patrol the capital city to ensure residents obey lockdown orders. On March 16, Kazakh officials imposed a quarantine on Nur-Sultan, and the Central Asian nation’s largest city, Almaty, after the number of people…

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DJI Extends Some Drone Warranties

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DJI, the world’s largest drone manufacturer, has announced it will extend the warranty service period for products with an original warranty ending from March 14, 2020, to April 30, 2020. They will have the warranty extended to April 30, 2020, in response to customers’ inability to leave their homes during the COVID-19 outbreak.

“We want to ensure our valued customers can obtain…

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A Long Weekend, STEM Coloring Project for the Kids: The Future of UAS

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U.K.-based Frazer-Nash, is a Systems and Engineering Technology Consultancy, offering a drone specialty. “In my area, we are passionate about our vision: making drones commonplace, safely benefitting society; currently we are doing this by supporting a number of large national organizations in the UK to make the most of drones, generally with a focus on BVLOS and autonomy,” says Will…

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It’s Time for Drones to be Part of the Conversation! Join Droneup’s Call for a Drone Emoji

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It’s time. Drones are part of the industry, enterprise businesses, government and military processes, and the everyday life of millions of hobbyists and photographers. But in this day and age, there’s another real sign of mainstream acceptance – an emoji.

Drone services firm DroneUp is leading the charge – sign the petition on change.org and help to bring the drone industry into…

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Partnership will Donate Drones and 3D Modeling Software to Public Safety Organization During COVID-19 Crisis

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Public safety departments use drones in all kinds of emergencies – but with communities across the country suffering the economic effects of the coronavirus crisis, first responders are required more than ever to do more with less. The National Public Safety Drone Donation Program (NPS-DDP) was set up to address the needs of community public safety departments by donating drones. Now, 3D…

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Autonomous Drone Platform Resupplies Military Ops

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As emergency aerial missions become increasingly important during times of pandemic, drones are proving their worth, delivering vital cargo to remote or unreachable areas.

Pittsburgh-based drone firm Near Earth Autonomy has developed a system that allows military units to safely execute resupply missions with cutting-edge obstacle avoidance tech.

The company recently collaborated with…

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