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Port Authority Takes Stand on Airport Drone Vendors

Citing a proliferation in unmanned aircraft sightings near manned aircraft, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is reportedly telling airport retailers...

Flyox I Amphibious UAV Takes off for First Flight

Singular Aircraft's Flyox I, an amphibious unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that can take off and land on both land and water, recently completed its...

T-Mobile Takes First Delivery of Aerialtronics UAV

For the purpose of inspecting antenna masts in the Netherlands, T-Mobile has now taken delivery of the Aerialtronics Altura Zenith unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)....

Aurora Flight Sciences Takes Centaur in the Air at UAS Test Site

In collaboration with the New York unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) test site, Aurora Flight Sciences recently conducted unmanned flights of its Centaur optionally piloted...

B2B Drone Delivery Takes Flight in the U.K.

FPS, a U.K.-based supply-chain solution provider, has completed what it believes to be the first U.K. business-to-business delivery made by a drone. The product...

Audi Takes a Jab at ‘Frighteningly Common’ UAVs

German car manufacturer Audi has featured a swarm of attacking unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in a commercial for its new technology in the Audi...

Collision-Proof UAV Takes Home Grand Prize in Drones for Good Competition

Swiss company Flyability has received a $1 million grant in the United Arab Emirates' Drones for Good competition for the Gimball unmanned aerial vehicle...

DJI Takes Action to Restrict UAV Flights in D.C. Metropolitan Area

DJI says it will release a mandatory firmware update for its Phantom 2, Phantom 2 Vision, and Phantom 2 Vision+ unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)...

Battery-Powered UAV Prototype Takes Flight

AMP Trucks, a subsidiary of AMP Holding Inc., has successfully designed and flown a prototype of its new HorseFly battery-powered unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV),...

Philadelphia Company Takes Advertising to the Skies with UAVs

With inspiration coming from Amazon's much-publicized drone-delivery plans, a 19-year-old former college student has established an advertising company based upon unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)....

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