The next Formula One takes flight

The next Formula One takes flight

Freedom class side The futuristic sport of Drone Racing blasted onto the world stage in 2016, but the team from Freedom Drone Sports™ believe ‘you ain’t seen nothing yet’. The Freedom Class™ team have been working flat out over the past 12 months designing, building and testing a racing drone that they believe is going to help the sport be more accessible to a mainstream audience and one day potentially […]

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Why Intel is filling the skies with drones

Why Intel is filling the skies with drones

Above: Yuneec drone Intel is flooding the skies with drones, doing everything from sending them out to inspect massive solar arrays in the Mojave Desert to lighting the night sky above Disney World with 500 drones . It’s all part of a virtuous cycle, according to Anil Nanduri, vice president in the new technology group and general manager of Intel’s unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The world’s biggest chip maker has […]

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Global UAV Drones Market analyzed the basic scope of this industry

Global UAV Drones Market analyzed the basic scope of this industry

Global UAV Drones Market 2017 Industry research report provides important information to identify and analyze the market need, market size and competition. This market research report used in maintaining competitiveness over competitors. First, this report analyzed the basic scope of this industry like definition, specification, classification, application, industry policy and news in Chapter 1. Second, the analysis on industry chain is provided including the up and down stream industry also […]

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The Case for Low Power ADS-B for Drones

The Case for Low Power ADS-B for Drones

Ping case Let’s just start with a few numbers and some back of the envelope math: 1.2 million drones were sold in the United States in 2016 1,800 reported pilot drone sightings in the United States in 2016 (up 25% from 2015) 0.4 miles – about the maximum distance I can see my DJI Phantom 4 with unaided eyes 150 knots – average approach speed of a 737-800 8.4 seconds […]

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