QUOTE AND NEWS
Agoracom  Oct 15  Comment 
Neah Power Partners With Silent Falcon to Integrate Fuel Cells Into Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) Formira® Hydrogen-on-Demand Technology Expected to Increase Mission Endurance and Enable Heavier Payloads; Jointly Published White Paper...
Forbes  Sep 8  Comment 
The day when drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), fill the sky is no longer a futurist ideal but an impending reality. Drones have traditionally only been used for military and academic purposes, but within a few years they will be used...
TechCrunch  Jul 11  Comment 
 The intrepid researchers at MIT never fail to impress, and a new system they’ve designed that uses fleets of drones to automatically light a shoot for photographers is no exception. The prototype of the system will be on display at the...
TechCrunch  Jun 16  Comment 
 Twitter’s official “Dronie” is at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity this year, taking the robot-powered zoom out selfies first popularized by the NYT’s Nick Bilton and Photojojo founder Amit Gupta. The Dronie is a...
Forbes  May 21  Comment 
As laws governing small commercial unmanned aerial vehicles remain murky in the US – with the FAA claiming that any commercial drone operation requires a certificate of waiver or authorization and a number of UAV attorneys asserting that the...
The Australian  Oct 17  Comment 
A NEW study will look at questions raised as demand increases.
guardian.co.uk  Sep 10  Comment 
A Spanish company plans to dress up spy drones as avian predators and sell them to armed forces across the world A new generation of drones designed to look like birds of prey is being marketed at armies across the world. Sofía Alfaro Marco,...
Flightglobal  May 2  Comment 
Europe has advanced a project to prove the feasibility of using satellite communications to enable UAS operations in non-segregated airspace ...
NPR  Apr 30  Comment 
Tough federal aviation rules and public backlash against drones have raised worries that the U.S. unmanned aerial vehicle industry will be left behind foreign competitors. Developers say the U.S. light drone industry is being overtaken by...
TechCrunch  Apr 9  Comment 
While many current drone programs are extremely complex - and costly - cheap drones used for spying, mapping, and even attacks could turn the tables on world militaries by giving terrorists and less well-funded groups access to UAV technology.





 



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