recisionhawk-harrisPartnership to provide FAA-trusted airspace data to LATAS to improve safety specifically for drone operators, airports and drone manufacturers, particularly during flights beyond visual line of sight.  PrecisionHawk Inc. – a leading provider of aerial data and safety platforms for drones – today announced the launch of its low altitude traffic and airspace safety platform […]

A drone-stopping solution some say is for the birds will officially take flight over the Netherlands in what may be the first police use of a living creature as an anti-UAV measure. In February, DRONELIFE reported that Dutch company, Guard From Above had launched a plan to deploy eagles and other raptors to identify and take […]

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A Latvian drone-equipment company is launching a new sensor array that may revolutionize police surveillance. Octopus ISR Systems, a subdivision of UAV Factory Ltd., designs UAV subsystems, develops platforms, and manufactures airframes. Its latest product line, Moving Target Indicator, is a micro-gimbal system that deploys advanced moving-target detection capabilities for multiple targets. The flagship Epsilon […]

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While the winds of politics continue to buffet the future of drone use, at least one legislator looks forward to blue skies for UAVs Virginia Sen. Mark Warner recently witnessed a demonstration of an unmanned aerial inspection at a quarry in Culpeper, prompting the veteran Democrat to express optimism about the industry. Warner is no […]

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While we here at Droneblog are unequivocally pro-drone, there are some legitimate concerns with the use of drones that warrant a little caution. For these concerns, there is an anti-drone solution that will soon hit the market: Skynet Anti-Drone System. Some examples of situations that warrant anti-drone measures include: cross-border drug smuggling, airport security, privacy,

While we here at Droneblog are unequivocally pro-drone, there are some legitimate concerns with the use of drones that warrant a little caution. For these concerns, there is an anti-drone solution that has just hit the market: Skynet Anti-Drone System. Some examples of situations that warrant anti-drone measures include: cross-border drug smuggling, airport security, privacy, counter-terrorist

With the enactment of Part 107, the Small UAS Rule, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said in a press conference that the government estimates there will be over 600,000 new commercial drone operators licensed this year.  But will there be the demand to match the supply?  Here are the top 5 industries hiring small commercial drones […]

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pd6-ci-l-02-1024x683A self-propelling surface-clinging drone able to inspect both ceilings and vertical surfaces, for the civil infrastructure inspection market. Who would have thought. Lots of power to keep it in position I would have thought. Autonomous inspection is fast becoming a thing. The PD6-CI-L addresses a key pain point in bridge inspection. Japan’s Ministry of Land, […]

xcraft-rogueWell it might be fast, has America got a pilot good enough to win with it yet? Not one international competition won by the USA yet! The xCraft Rogue is a revolutionary new drone that flies unlike anything else on the market. Featuring a powerful rear “booster” motor, the Rogue can achieve speeds exceeding 100 […]