Home Drone News Business Operations

Business Operations

GENIUS NY Drone Start-ups Raise Extensive Follow-on Funding

Five unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) start-ups in the GENIUS NY accelerator - AutoModality, Civdrone, Fotokite, OmniMesh and TruWeather Solutions - have raised...
investment

Drone Software Company vHive Lands New Investment

vHive, a software solution that enables enterprises to digitize their field assets and operations using autonomous drone "hives," has announced a $5.5...

Pix4D Opens New Denver Office

Drone software company Pix4D has opened up a new office in downtown Denver, representing the company's seventh location globally.

Partners Launching Drone Food Delivery Pilot in North Carolina

Drone company Flytrex and drone services company Causey Aviation Unmanned Inc. (CAU) have received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to...

GENIUS NY Start-up EagleHawk ‘Growing Rapidly’ in New York

EagleHawk, a provider of information services using drones and thermal imaging technology, has appointed a chief financial officer (CFO), marketing manager and...

Gretchen West Appointed President, CEO of Schiebel Aircraft

Drone industry veteran Gretchen West has joined Schiebel Aircraft Inc. (SAI), the U.S. subsidiary of the Austria-based Schiebel Group, as president and...
ups

UPS Forms Drone Delivery Subsidiary, UPS Flight Forward

UPS has applied to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for Part 135 certification to operate commercial drone flights under a new subsidiary....

UAS, Aviation Vet Clifford Sweatte Joins Akin Gump

Law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP has announced Clifford Sweatte as a new policy advisor in Washington, D.C. Formerly...
robotic skies

Former FAA, Lockheed Specialist Osantowske Joins Robotic Skies

Robotic Skies Inc., a global maintenance network for commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), has hired Andy Osantowske as director of operations.
drone

CTA Survey Underscores U.S. Consumer Support for Professional Drone Use

New research from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) claims that most Americans support the professional use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).

Stay Connected

747FansLike
148FollowersFollow
6,337FollowersFollow