DJI Responds to the Army Ban with No-Internet Mode

DJI Responds to the Army Ban with No-Internet Mode

The U.S. Army recently banned the use of off-the shelf DJI drones by service members amid concerns drone data could be compromised by the data link back to the Chinese manufacturer’s headquarters. DJI has responded by announcing the development of a new offline...
Kansas DOT Works with AirMap to Manage Drone Traffic

Kansas DOT Works with AirMap to Manage Drone Traffic

The Kansas Department of Transportation has partnered with unmanned traffic management (UTM) software provider AirMap to provide safer skies over Kansas and stimulate growth within the states burgeoning UAV industry. The partnership will provide a central repository...
The latest outlook on Part 107

The latest outlook on Part 107

Part 107 is in full effect, but what does that mean to you and what does that mean to the industry going forward? At a glance, it means registered operators with drones weighing 55 pounds or less can operate commercially under this set of rules. But the major...

Part 107 goes into effect today

The day has finally come. The Federal Aviation Administration’s official commercial drone rule went into full effect today. The regulations were first announced on June 21. “People are captivated by the limitless possibilities unmanned aircraft offer, and...
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