Drones And Oil Refinery Shutdowns

Drones And Oil Refinery Shutdowns

Drone inspections to cut oil refinery shutdowns Go by any oil refinery and you’ll see stacks at the top of which small flames burn off the waste gas left over from converting crude oil into more useful materials. Such stacks are relatively simple structures, but inspecting them is anything but. It’s so costly and time consuming that GE is looking at ways to use drones to inspect fire stacks and […]

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John Chambers, Executive Chairman of Cisco, and Felicis Ventures Invest in Series B Funding of World’s Leading Counterdrone Security Company, Dedrone

John Chambers, Executive Chairman of Cisco, and Felicis Ventures Invest in Series B Funding of World’s Leading Counterdrone Security Company, Dedrone

Dedrone, a security company which developed the world’s first software to detect drones and protect high-value airspace from drone threats, announced today it has secured $15 million for its Series B funding round led by Felicis Ventures and by John Chambers, Executive Chairman of Cisco, who has personally invested in the company. The funding comes on the heels of Dedrone’s rapid expansion in the security market. The new capital will […]

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Airware Customer Engagement Manager

Airware Customer Engagement Manager

Airware believes an accurate view of the world empowers our customers to make it a better place. We offer complete commercial drone solutions, enabling enterprises to take full advantage of aerial data for endless business applications. Airware’s comprehensive solutions combine hardware, software, and cloud services to enable companies to efficiently manage and safely and reliably operate commercial drones at scale. We partner with some of the largest national and global […]

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A two-edged rotor

A two-edged rotor

As northern Norway embraces drones for their civilian potential, military units training in the region are swatting them away A disruption waiting to happen (Photo: Norut) By Kevin McGwinDrones still have a long way to go before they become a common sight in the skies above northern Norway. This is not for a lack of effort. One of the bigger pushes came in 2015, when Tromsø became the home of […]

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