Drone Delivery Starts With an Obstacle Course

Drone Delivery Starts With an Obstacle Course

Drone Delivery Starts With an Obstacle Course Crashes happen, but when they happen too often regulation brings the whole thing down. The world’s first drone deliveries have begun trial runs in the United Kingdom and the U.S. Once primarily used by militaries, small quadcopter and octocopter drones are now so commonplace they are for sale at home improvement stores and toy stores . People are flying drones for fun, for […]

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Belarus-China joint venture to make UAS

Belarus-China joint venture to make UAS

belarus drone (BelTA) – Belarus and China are busy setting up a joint venture to make unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), BelTA learned from First Deputy Chairman of the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Sergei Chizhik during the press conference held on 26 December to discuss the Year of Science in Belarus. According to the source, it is possible that the relevant contract may be signed in […]

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D-H Airborne Ambulance

D-H Airborne Ambulance

Lebanon — Families who found a drone under the Christmas tree may have some flight patterns, and federal law, to think about. Six weeks ago, flying on a course toward a patient needing emergency medical care, the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Advanced Response Team helicopter passed uncomfortably close to another aircraft: a remotely operated drone. For Kyle Madigan, director of DHART, the near-miss served as a wake-up call. “Drones pose a unique safety […]

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Stall detection for drones from UAVenture

Stall detection for drones from UAVenture

UAVenture has unveiled a feature that will be popular with the drone delivery crowd. Their AirRails flight controller can detect a stall whilst in flight, and catch it if you will. Saving the airframe with the multirotor component. A useful trait in something that might be flying over populated areas at the time. AirRails is purpose built for VTOL (Vertical Takeoff and Landing and SLT (Separate Lift Thrust) airframes. It […]

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Quadcopter Program propels students into their future

Quadcopter Program propels students into their future

Lexington Park, MD – Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are the future. Drones are being used by the military, police forces, even farmers and filmmakers. Thanks to The Patuxent Partnership (TPP), local high school students are getting their hands on this new technology, giving them a boost into a future career. TPP is a non-profit member organization that works closely with the government, private industry and schools to advance education through […]

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