Lynx – Lawrence and Mayo partners with ideaForge to provide highly specialised UAVs (Drones) for the Indian Market

13th August, Mumbai: Lynx – Lawrence & Mayo, one of India’s leading Engineering equipment providers, recently announced the expansion of their portfolio to include specialised drones, through its partnership with the ideaForge, India`s largest UAV manufacturer.  As part of the agreement, ideaForge’s range of award winning drones equipped with over a decade of UAV design expertise, will be accessible to Lynx – Lawrence and Mayo for applications across urban development, weather monitoring and testing, agro-technology and other sectors.

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AIRT Rebrands UAS DRONES Disaster Conferences to DRONERESPONDERS Event Series

MIAMI, FL – AIRT (Airborne International Response Team), a Florida 501(c)3 non-profit organization, has announced it will rebrand its public safety-related conference programing under their new DRONERESPONDERS brand as the organization retires the UAS DRONES Disaster Conference series effectively immediately.

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Hamilton Police Elevate Security for RBC Canadian Open with Dedrone

When planning security around the RBC Canadian Open golf championship at Hamilton Golf & Country Club in June, Hamilton Police Service put a new spin on the definition of high-tech security.

They incorporated new technology to detect and track drones in the area.

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DRONERESPONDERS Public Safety Alliance Announces Inaugural Board of Advisors

Renowned UAS thought leaders from fire rescue, law enforcement, emergency management, and other stakeholder agencies to help guide and promote organizational mission
 MIAMI – The DRONERESPONDERS Public Safety Alliance, the leading 501(c)3 non-profit program advocating for and supporting the use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) – also known as “drones” – for public safety missions has announced their inaugural Board of Advisors.  The 40-person roster contains many of the most renowned names from the realm of public safety UAS.
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Skyports, AZ Turnhout and City of Turnhout announce medical drone delivery agreement in Belgium

In September, drones will be used at AZ Turnhout to transport pathology samples and pharmaceuticals between the two major hospital sites during a unique trial project.

AZ Turnhout, City of Turnhout and drone service provider Skyports will jointly test a new logistics service during which medical products will be transported by drone. Skyports’ drones will transfer pathology samples and pharmaceuticals between various hospital sites that would otherwise be moved by traditional ground-based transportation. The project partners aim to start flight operations in September.

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North East based property and investment business, Adderstone Group, has invested a seven-figure sum into OpenWorks Engineering, an award-winning, hi-tech product company which is developing world-leading security and counter-terrorism products.

OpenWorks, which operates from premises in Stocksfield, Northumberland, has developed a unique and innovative drone capture system named SkyWall, which is already being used across the globe by a number of government authorities, militaries and private security organisations to provide close protection to the likes of airports, major infrastructure and even world leaders at summits.

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Europe’s First Hydrogen Drone Doubles Flying Times with AMS Cylinders

Specialist drone manufacturer, SKYCORP, has successfully doubled the maximum flight times of e-Drone Zero, Europe’s first hydrogen powered drone, to two hours, by using a new, ultra-lightweight gas cylinder from AMS Composite Cylinders.

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Applied Aeronautics Drones Comply with New Transport Canada Requirements For Advanced Operations

AUSTIN, TX — Applied Aeronautics, the affordable commercial drone manufacturer, today announced their Albatross UAV complies with the latest Transport Canada regulations for advanced drone operations in controlled airspace, as well as operations near people and operations over people. This certification will allow Canadian customers to operate the long-range Albatross UAV as of June 1, when Transport Canada’s new framework for civilian drone operations takes effect across the country. 

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