DJI Drones Comply With New Transport Canada Requirements For Advanced Operations

DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, is pleased to declare that nine of its drone models comply with the latest Transport Canada regulations for advanced drone operations in controlled airspace. This allows DJI customers to continue using their preferred drones in these operations after June 1, when Transport Canada’s new regulatory framework for civilian drone operations takes effect across Canada.

“Transport Canada wants to ensure that drones operated in advanced missions are high-quality, reliable products. While DJI drones meet our own high quality assurance requirements, we have spent the last few months diligently reviewing our documentation, safety standards and administrative processes to ensure they comply with Transport Canada’s new requirements,” said David Hansell, DJI Public Policy Manager. “We can now declare official compliance with those requirements, allowing our customers to use our drones in controlled airspace without interruption.”

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Yuneec International and Mobilicom form Strategic Partnership for the Commercial & Federal Drone Market

New drone solutions that are optimal for long-range, non-line-of-sight, beyond-line of sight and urban operations within applications including Security, Public Safety, Disaster Relief, and Naval Operations
March 6, 2019 – Yuneec International and Mobilicom have entered into a strategic partnership to offer the Commercial & Federal market new advanced solutions for their unmanned aerial needs. The cooperation focuses on the development of two innovative Commercial and Federal drone solutions, based on Yuneec´s commercially proven hexacopter H520, well-known for its high reliability, safety and precision, and Mobilicom´s innovative SkyHopper and LTE technology. Both sUAS, which will be called H520 SkyHopper and H520 SkyHopper LTE, will incorporate high-end cyber security and encryption, dedicated frequencies and interference-avoidance capabilities, and will be offered as customizable, flexible and scalable end-to-end solutions.
“In listening to the needs of our Commercial & Federal customers within this segment, it was our objective to come up with a solution that would answer their pain points. The partnership with Mobilicom enables us to successfully address these unmet needs and offer them two groundbreaking products”, stated Joe Schamuhn, CEO of Yuneec Europe.
High End Security & Interference Avoidance
The Commercial & Federal drone solutions will provide a highly secure offering that includes High-End validated encryption, Dedicated and ISM Frequency Bands, Software Defined Radio or LTE + Secured Server Data Links and ISM jamming resistance. Both sUAS also mitigate backdoor cyber risks that are of high concern by Federal organizations in leading Western countries.

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FlytBase and Skysense Partner to Bring Fully-Automated, Low-cost Drone-in-a-box Solution to Market

As drone operations continue to grow in 2019, businesses are looking for ways to automate and scale their operations to achieve a greater ROI. The industry is moving towards autonomous BVLOS (beyond the visual line of sight) – remote drone operations and exploring the technologies such as drone in a box (drone docking-stations or hangars) and connectivity over 4G/LTE or 5G.

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Highly experienced pilot can’t believe people start flying drones with no instruction whatsoever

One of the RAF’s former top instructors is on a new mission … to make the skies safer.

Squadron leader Andy Holland used to fly ground attack Tornadoes at speeds of around 650mph … and is now a British Airways pilot responsible for the safety of 469 passengers each time he’s at the controls of the giant double-decker long-haul Airbus A380.

But when he’s not doing that the 48-year-old father-of-four is teaching people how to fly drones.

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ATMOS UAV expands its camera options and launches new software

Achieve GSD and accuracy down to 1cm and conquer any project!

Delft, February 5th, 2019. Drone company Atmos UAV has just expanded its payload options. Through multiple R&D projects that lasted almost 3 months, Atmos’ engineering team optimally integrated additional cameras that are now available for their customers. Furthermore, the team also launched the newest version of MarLynk, the flight planning and ground control software provided with every Marlyn unit. 

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Commercial Unmanned Aerial Systems Market Analysis Leading Manufacturers (3d robotics, Aibotix, Dji, Parrot, Walkera)

HTF MI recently introduced Global Commercial Unmanned Aerial Systems Market study with in-depth overview, describing about the Product / Industry Scope and elaborates market outlook and status to 2023. The market Study is segmented by key regions which is accelerating the marketization. At present, the market is developing its presence and some of the key players from the complete study are 3d robotics, Aibotix, Dji, Parrot, Walkera, Aerovironment, Cybaero, Precision Hawk, Thales, Hubsan, Gaui, AirDog & Delta Drone etc.

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Photography Drones Market Major Players Swot Analysis 2018 : DJI, Autel Robotics, Yuneec

Global Photography Drones Market Insights, Forecast to 2023, The research report presents a comprehensive assessment of the market and contains strategic insights, facts, historical data, and statistically supported and industry validated market data from 2013 to 2023 (forecast).

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“Gatwick Airport Shutdown Could Have Been Avoided” — Drones of Prey, Austin, TX

AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The 36+ hour drone-caused shutdown of Gatwick Airport has affected over 120,000 travelers, with costs expected to run into the millions of dollars.  Gatwick Airport alone is estimated to have lost over $570,000 (£450,000) in revenue.  In fact, Drones of Prey, an Austin, TX based counter-drone security start up, says that this is the most impactful drone-based incident the civilian space has ever seen.

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Drone Delivery Systems and FlytBase Partnership to Yield Leading-Edge Tech for Drone-Based Precision Delivery

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, NOVEMBER 27, 2018 – Drone Delivery Systems and FlytBase have just announced a partnership for development of a precision landing kit, compatible with any delivery drone, to allow for secure and precise drone delivery to AirBox Home. Continue reading

Bakman Technologies Awarded Phase II Competitive Grant from the National Science Foundation to Further Develop ‘THz Drones’.

Bakman Technologies Awarded Phase II Competitive Grant from the National Science Foundation to Further Develop ‘THz Drones’.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, OCTOBER 2018 – Bakman Technologies LLC., is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $724,000 Phase II grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) to continue the development of a low-cost, high-performance, UAV mounted Terahertz (THz) spectrometer. Completing the Phase I portion of the NSF grant earlier this year, Bakman has taken the first steps towards realizing a sensor platform capable of performing point detection of pollutants or other gases of atmospheric importance. Continue reading

Service Robotics Market 2018-2025 Growth & Analysis

Service Robotics Market 2018-2025 Growth & Analysis by Top Key Players- Kuka AG, Irobot Corporation, Kongsberg Maritime as, DJI, Honda Motor Co., Ltd., Adept Technology, Inc., Northrop Grumman Corporation, Bluefin Robotics, ECA Group, Aethon Inc., Delaval

Verified Market Research recently launched the Global Service Robotics Market study with market data Tables, Pie Chat, Graphs & Figures spread through Pages and easy to understand detailed analysis. At present, the market is developing its presence. The Research report presents a complete assessment of the Market and contains a future trend, current growth factors, attentive opinions, facts, and industry validated market data. The research study provides estimates for Global Service Robotics Market Forecast till 2025
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