France Is Training Eagles to Kill Drones

France Is Training Eagles to Kill Drones

France Is Training Eagles to Kill Drones Faced with the specter of a terrorist threat from rogue drones , the French are recruiting an avian ally. At a base in the southwest of the country, a special army unit has for months been training four golden eagles to spot drones and perform mid-air takedowns. Details of the program emerged last week when French media outlets reported on an experimental program […]

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Medicine Delivering Cardboard Drone

Medicine Delivering Cardboard Drone

WHEN MOST PEOPLE hear the word “drone” they either think of uncrewed military aircraft or those multi-rotor mini-copters that could one day deliver packages to your doorstep. But what if the package is the plane? That’s the idea behind the Aerial Platform Supporting Autonomous Resupply Actions drone, a cardboard glider that carries about two pounds of cargo. “It looks like a pizza box that’s been shaped into a wing,” says […]

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March: UAV Flight Training Class

March: UAV Flight Training Class

March: UAV Flight Training Class With the success we have seen with our last two training classes , we are excited to announce the dates for our next Hands-On Drone / UAV Flight Training Class will be March 18th and 19th. Equipment is provided, but you can bring your own if you would like. Space is very limited so reserve your spot today! We have two class options available: One […]

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“Want to be a better drone operator? A drone licence is crucial” says UAVAir

“Want to be a better drone operator? A drone licence is crucial” says UAVAir

UAVAir, the UK’s leading drone training academy is clarifying the importance of gaining a CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) approved drone licence, in light of recent calls for new suggestions of improving drone safety in British airspace. Although the current regulations in place prohibit pilots from flying in congested areas and near airports, drones operating in these areas have been responsible for recent ‘near misses’ with commercial aircraft, causing concern and […]

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