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Will Autel’s EVO II pose a credible threat to DJI?

Will Autel’s EVO II pose a credible threat to DJI?

2019 didn"T see much from DJI in the way of innovation. The sub 250-gram Mavic Mini was introduced but besides that, not much, including a rumored Phantom 5, was released. Skydio announced, and started shipping the Skydio 2, a fully autonomous drone, late last year. As of now, they can"T quite...

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Uber and Hyundai announce flying air taxi at CES 2020

Uber and Hyundai announce flying air taxi at CES 2020

Yesterday, Uber and automaker Hyundai announced a partnership and unveiled a new air taxi with a 60-mile range at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The eVTOL (electric vertical take-off and landing) aircraft can travel up to 180 miles per hour. "The partnership is a...

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InterDrone interview with Vic Moss

If you're involved in any aspect of the drone industry, chances are you've encountered Vic Moss either online or met him at one of the many conferences where he's served as a panelist. He's an admin for the popular Commercial sUAS Remote Pilots group and an educator with Drone U, a leading...

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The FAA’s NRPM on RID — What It Ain”T

The FAA’s NRPM on RID — What It Ain”T

On December 27th, the FAA gave the world an overdue holiday gift - a "Public inspection? copy of its Notice of Public Rulemaking (NRPM) on the Remote Identification (RID) of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), which should be officially published today in the Federal Register. Like all gifts, this...

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InterDrone Interview with Skip Fredricks

InterDrone Interview with Skip Fredricks

Before Skip Fredricks got involved with drones, he was already an accomplished filmmaker. I got the chance to catch up with him and find out why he decided to incorporate drones into his workflow, how he first heard of InterDrone Expo, where he is a regular attendee and speaker, the steps he...

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Will anyone with a smartphone be able to monitor your drone?

Will anyone with a smartphone be able to monitor your drone?

According to Reuters, DJI is working on an app that would allow anyone with a smartphone to track drones flying nearby. In a clear industry push for more transparency, making basic data like a drone pilot's remote ID (the equivalent of a car's license plate), location, altitude, and speed...

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Drones are one step closer to airspace integration

Drones are one step closer to airspace integration

One of the biggest challenges for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), is figuring out how to safely integrate drones into the National Airspace System. With Remote ID still on hold after numerous delays, companies are developing alternate solutions. At a demo, a few weeks ago, taking place...

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