Karma Recall and Refund Program

Karma Recall and Refund Program

Things don’t seem to be looking good for GoPro. Yesterday the company released a statement announcing the “Karma Recall and Refund Program”. This program applies to those consumers who have purchased the Karma drones since October 23rd and are experiencing lost power during operation. Since replacement units are not yet available, GoPro is offering full refunds. Hopefully, the problem will be fixed soon and the Karma can rise again. To […]

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The Women in Drones

The Women in Drones

We kicked off our Women in Drones series as a lead up to the luncheon that took place at the Commercial UAV Expo , but that event wasn’t the beginning or ending of the topic. The Women in Drones Networking Luncheon provided attendees with a key place to connect with one another around and discuss what it means to be involved with the drone industry and share their experiences, and […]

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Verizon Takes Drones Beyond

Verizon Takes Drones Beyond

Verizon made the news with its use of different types of drones to enhance network performance, but the fact that drones are being used for things like better 4G LTE service is probably the biggest news, showing UAVs entering more and more areas at a fast pace. Verizon revealed in October how the company is using drones to enhance network performance and reliability, and how different types of drones were […]

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Drone Ops, If we can you can 2016 finalists

Drone Ops, If we can you can 2016 finalists

Fifteen finalists in North East England will pitch for the If We Can You Can Challenge 2016. They will be exhibiting their businesses at The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Gateshead on November the 16th, 2016. Meet the finalists, network, be inspired and establish new connections at the event . Drone Ops are a North East based SME businesses built to promote the benefits that drones in enterprise can offer. […]

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Alphabet Taps Brakes on Drone Project

Alphabet Taps Brakes on Drone Project

Alphabet Taps Brakes on Drone Project, Nixing Starbucks Partnership Project Wing, born inside the Google X research lab, is the latest Alphabet project to be target of financial restraint. A Project Wing prototype during a test flight. The latest Google drones have just started taking flight in the real world. But the team behind the technology is slowing down, trimming headcount and shelving initiatives as the experimental unit becomes the […]

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