August 12, 2022

Lancashire and South Cumbria set to revolutionise NHS pathology deliveries

The NHS in Lancashire and South Cumbria is set to pioneer the use of drone technology to deliver medical samples between selected hospital sites thanks to around £1.4 million in UK Research and Innovation funding. One of only 17 projects selected nationally, the work will see University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) […]

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Clog Works – Introducing the second generation Dark Matter qD

With a re-designed, 30% lighter airframe combined with a 3Kg+ payload capacity and 55+ minute flight time, the DMqD Gen 2 is a perfect fleet addition for a more demanding survey and inspection applications. There has been a seismic shift towards UAV-based applications in recent years, driven by their ease of use, increasing capabilities and […]

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ArduPilot RemoteID Support

Andrew Tridgell, Josh Henderson, David Buzz, Jeff Wurzbach, Roel Schiphorst As of September 2022 standard, RemoteID is a requirement in the USA Required on all new commercial vehicles sold Able to meet FAA requirements via ASTM means of compliance You will need to buy the MOC Basic components: A compliant transmitter module Support in flight […]

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Axon Reports Record Revenue Up 31% to $286 million; Raises Full-Year Outlook

Dear Shareholders, Our second quarter financial results reflect continued momentum throughout the business, including notable across-the-board strength in new product adoption. Revenue growth of 31% year over year was driven by strong demand for Axon Cloud SaaS solutions, Axon Body 3 and Axon Fleet 3 systems, and our TASER 7 platform. Revenue from new SaaS […]

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Are Americans too optimistic about drone delivery? One survey suggests it

Americans are incredibly optimistic about drone delivery — and in particular how quickly we’ll have it. A survey of more than 1,000 American adults conducted in May 2022  found that a solid majority of Americans (58%) favor the idea of drone deliveries. Perhaps even more interestingly is that 64% of Americans think drones are becoming […]

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Gremsy introduces heavy-lifting carbon gimbal for industrial use

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam — August 10, 2022 — Gremsy, a leading manufacturer of gimbal stabilizers for professional cameras and drones, is pleased to announce Aevo – the heavy lifting carbon gimbal with the highest payload capacity ever for industrial applications. Aevo is totally designed by Gremsy engineers with many upgrades in mechanics and […]

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Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Lone Star UAS Center of Excellence Partners with Airspace Link on Community Drone Safety

Airspace Link, a leading provider of drone safety infrastructure, and the Lone Star UAS Center are announcing a partnership to launch the FlySafe Program, powered by AirHub, to enhance the safety and capabilities of drone operations within their local communities. Lone Star UAS Center of Excellence and Innovation (LSUASC) is a research facility dedicated to […]

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A2Z Drone Delivery’s New RDS2 Delivers Any Box Up to 22 Pounds

The second generation RDS2 (Rapid Delivery System) offers the highest payload capacity of any tethered delivery system on the market and eliminates the need for specialty payload boxes; the RDS2 is also factory installed on the company’s all-new RDST integrated cargo drone, a ready-to-fly commercial delivery platform ideal for enterprise deployment or entrepreneurs eager to […]

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