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Intel Brings its Shooting Star Drone Swarm to Coachella

Intel has put on a 300-drone light show for another big crowd – this time for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in...

Super Bowl LI: Lady Gaga, Another Pats Win and 300 Drones

Intel - along with its fleet of quadcopters - was responsible for that nifty halftime performance. So, how did the tech giant pull it off?

Disney and Intel Make it Official: A 300-Drone Light Show is Coming

Not long after they respectively announced plans for light shows comprising fleets of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), Intel and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts...

Intel’s Latest UAS Venture: The Shooting Star Drone

“Can we pretend that in the night sky are like shooting stars?”Intel, gaining a stronger foothold in the commercial drone sector more and...

Intel Scoops Up Another Commercial UAV Company

In its latest venture into the commercial drone space, Intel - not long after rolling out its own Intel-branded UAV - has acquired software company MAVinci.

AUVSI Announces Host, Keynote Speaker of XPONENTIAL 2017

The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) has named Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel, and Jim Cantore, meteorologist at The Weather Channel, keynote...

Intel Unveils the New Falcon 8+ Octocopter

The company, calling drone technology "an important computing platform for the future," says it is "positioning itself at the forefront of this opportunity."

Intel’s Aero Drone Offers Mixed Bag of New Tech, Including AirMap

The newly released AirMap Platform is allowing anyone, such as app developers and UAS manufacturers, to integrate AirMap’s information into their products - including Intel.

Yuneec Typhoon H Drone with Intel RealSense Now Available for Pre-Order

Yuneec International has announced the pre-order availability of its Typhoon H unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) with Intel RealSense technology.First shipments to customers will begin...

AT&T and Intel to Test LTE Network for UAVs

AT&T says connecting drones to the network will address safety concerns and support UAV capabilities such as flying beyond the visual line of sight.

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