First DroneSentinel(TM) Order – DroneShield Establishes a European Hub

First DroneSentinel(TM) Order – DroneShield Establishes a European Hub

DroneShield SENTINEL DroneShield Ltd (ASX:DRO) (“DroneShield” or the “Company”), an Australian public company with substantial U.S. operations, has announced that it it received the first order for its recently rolled-out DroneSentinel™ product. Oleg Vornik, DroneShield’s CEO, commented “We are very pleased with the market response to our roll-out of DroneSentinel and its sister-product DroneSentry. Since we commenced marketing the products several months ago, we have been overwhelmed with enquiries and […]

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DJI Enterprise: Drone Solutions for a new Generation of Work

DJI Enterprise: Drone Solutions for a new Generation of Work

dji windmill DJI has earned its reputation as the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology and is bringing this expertise and innovation to enterprise sectors. DJI Enterprise enables businesses to unleash the potential of drone technology today – with benefits seen across the agriculture, construction, infrastructure, energy and public safety sectors. To find out more about how our drones increase safety and boost efficiency in the areas […]

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New Motor Enables Drone Taxis

New Motor Enables Drone Taxis

Autek Propulsion Technologies A New Motor Enables Drone Taxis Autek Propulsion Technologies Corporation , the spin-off from a defense contracting company started in 1973, holds the intellectual property rights for a motor which is lighter and much more efficient than any on the market. Its CEO, Ronald A. Newcomb, then Adj. Professor at SDSU, was asked to visit Coleman University’s Electric Networked Vehicle Institute (“ENVI”) and see whether he could […]

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Drones used by professor to fight hunger in Malawi, Africa

Drones used by professor to fight hunger in Malawi, Africa

Oakland University professor Jon Carroll, Ph.D., is bringing agricultural drone technology, that is widely used in the US to Africa. The anthropology professor traveled to Liwonde, Malawi to help farmers optimize their crop production by using drone technology and to promote sustainable agriculture in Africa. Multispectral aerial images show you where to water or fertilize Carroll traveled to Liwonde to help local farmers improve their crop production as part of […]

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FAA Symposium – Ford suggests a drone identification system using flashing lights

FAA Symposium – Ford suggests a drone identification system using flashing lights

Ford is the third car manufacturer this week to make news in the drone industry. First, we had Porsche and Audi who both announced to be working on passenger or taxi-drones. Now it is Ford’s turn. As unlikely as it may seem the American car company was one of the panelists during the FAA Symposium in Baltimore. Apparently, Ford has been working with the FAA to create a remote tracking […]

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