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DJI Beefs Up Drone Data Privacy

DJI is developing a new local data mode that stops internet traffic to and from its drone flight control apps. According to the company,...

University Researchers Seek to Cut Down Risks of Flying UAS Over People

Atilla Dogan, an associate professor of aerospace engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington, is using a $550,000 National Science Foundation grant to...
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Everything You Need to Know About Flying Your Drone During the Solar Eclipse

What if you had the chance to film something 55 miles wide traveling just over Mach3 with your drone? As it turns out, on...

Yuneec Rolls out New Extended Service Plan for its Drones

Drone manufacturer Yuneec has announced its new Yuneec Extended Service - or YES! - plan, offering unlimited manufacturer-defect repairs.According to the company, YES! is...

Kansas Deploying Unmanned Traffic Management Tech Across the State

Under a new collaboration between AirMap and the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT), unmanned traffic management (UTM) technology will be deployed across the state...
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Consumer Drones Face Two New Military Policies

A couple reports regarding the U.S. military and consumer unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) have been floating around the past few days: While the Army...

Dedrone Teams with Tech Solutions Company for Drone-Detection Integration

San Francisco-based Dedrone, an airspace security company and developer of software to detect drones at critical infrastructure, has announced a new alliance with global...

Kentucky Governor Claims Drone Flew Over House, Filmed Children

Earlier today, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin claimed through a series of tweets that a drone was flying over his house and filming his children....
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Introducing Mobile Skylight, a New York-Made UAS Traffic Management System

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, D-N.Y., has announced central New York-based Gryphon Sensors’ development of a mobile unmanned traffic management (UTM) system called Mobile Skylight.Featuring...

Fifty Airports to Adopt Automated Airspace Authorization for Drones

Fifty U.S. airports will soon be allowing unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operators to apply for automated authorization to fly in controlled airspace.According to an...

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