Global Agriculture Drones Market 2016 – Trimble Navigation Limited, DJI, Precisionhawk, Parrot Sa

Global Agriculture Drones Market 2016 – Trimble Navigation Limited, DJI, Precisionhawk, Parrot Sa

The Global Agriculture Drones Industry 2016 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Agriculture Drones industry. Do Inquiry Before Purchasing Report Here: https://market.biz/report/global-agriculture-drones-market-2016-industry-research-report/8782/#inquiry Major Manufacturers Analysis of Agriculture Drones : Trimble Navigation Limited DJI Precisionhawk Parrot Sa 3DR Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. Aerovironment, Inc. Ursula Agriculture Dronedeploy Ageagle Llc Agribotix Llc Autocopter Corp Delair-Tech Sas Eagle Uav Services Honeycomb Corporation All above […]

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Google is looking into drones that get up close and personal with office workers

Google is looking into drones that get up close and personal with office workers

Yahoo Finance Canada/Google – Google was awarded a new patent on Tuesday for a small screen-carrying drone that could project videos as its hovers around the office. Video conferencing is an art that tech companies have yet to perfect. Every system seems to have its issues, from pixelated videos, dropped calls or difficult set-ups. But it looks as though Google is hoping to move past longstanding methods involving laptops and […]

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Delivery drones could be flying through London ‘in the next few years’

Delivery drones could be flying through London ‘in the next few years’

by Mark Blunden Drones could fly safely above London on home delivery missions, the boss of a Clerkenwell start-up today claimed. Flock is working on artificial intelligence software that analyses hazards on a drone’s flight path to create real-time risk assessments for operators. Current no-fly rules for central London include a ban on drones within 150 metres of its densely packed buildings. Flock’s co-founder Ed Leon Klinger hopes a change […]

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Can Anyone with a UAV Call Themselves an Aerial Surveyor?

Can Anyone with a UAV Call Themselves an Aerial Surveyor?

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), or drones, show aspects of the landscape that quite simply could not be observed with “boots on the ground,” or even from a large manned helicopter or airplane. They are also more accessible than manned operations because they require lower equipment expenditure costs and present potentially lower licensing and certification requirements. Click here to view original web page at thedronenews.com

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Drone Racing Takes Flight With Olympic-Size Ambitions

Drone Racing Takes Flight With Olympic-Size Ambitions

By Paul Blake Almost 3,000 miles from home and standing on an island that was once the site of a military installation, Ken Loo stared intently into a set of goggles, his fingers twitching over controls as he reacted to the scratchy drone video beaming directly into his eyes. Hurtling through the air overhead at speeds as high as 60 miles per hour, his and other drones transmitted the images […]

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