January 30, 2023

Volansi files Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors?

Word has reached me that delivery drone company Volansi filed Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors (ABC) last Friday the 29th of June 2022. From Cornell Law School Assignment for the benefit of the creditors (ABC)(also known as general assignment for the benefit of the creditors) is a voluntary alternative to formal bankruptcy proceedings that transfers all […]

Read More

This new anti-drone tech already has one prominent customer: the Ukrainian military

San Francisco-based drone startup Dedrone has launched a new counterdrone tech product called DedronePortable, which is designed specifically for military and commercial entities. And already, it has one highly prominent customer: the Ukrainian military. Dedrone today announced its newest product dubbed DedronePortable, which is an all-in-one kit that offers drone detection, tracking, and identification capabilities […]

The post This new anti-drone tech already has one prominent customer: the Ukrainian military appeared first on The Drone Girl.

Read More

DRONAMICS joins UK’s first medical drone distribution network

DRONAMICS, the world’s leading middle-mile cargo drone developer and operator, is to take part in the CAELUS project – a consortium of partners set to revolutionise the way in which healthcare services are delivered in Scotland. CAELUS is a consortium led by AGS Airports that will develop and trial the UK’s first national distribution network […]

Read More

How airlines are turning to drones to help passenger flights

Drones could be an important tool in improving the flights of commercial, passenger airlines. This summer, LATAM Airlines, one of the largest airlines in Brazil, announced that it has begun tests to use drones in the exterior inspection of its aircraft fuselages. LATAM said that early tests have already been able to reduce the process […]

The post How airlines are turning to drones to help passenger flights appeared first on The Drone Girl.

Read More

DroneShield Delivers Handheld Counter-UAS Solutions to U.S. Government

Warrenton, VA — DroneShield (U.S. subsidiary of DroneShield Ltd – Australia) has received and delivered upon a follow-on order by a U.S. Government agency for the company’s portable and handheld Counter-UAS (C-UAS) solutions. DroneShield, a leading developer of artificial intelligence based multi-mission solutions, known for its industry leading C-UAS (“Counter-drone” or “Anti-drone”) systems such as RfPatrol […]

Read More

Partnership with INVOLI Offers Scalable Solutions for UAV in Alberta Energy Sector

Working with TELUS, AIRmarket and INVOLI brings an added level of tactical mitigation to meet safety objectives required for the BVLOS missions in Canada. This partnership enables tracking of manned and unmanned aircraft in this corridor. Surveillance for cooperative manned aircraft is a strategic component for the AIRmarket UTM vision. AIRmarket has a history of […]

Read More

RaceDayQuads Vs FAA RID ruling

STEPHEN DICKSON, ADMINISTRATOR AND FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, RESPONDENTS On Petition for Review of an Order of the Federal Aviation Administration Jonathan Rupprecht argued the cause for petitioners. With him on the briefs were Elizabeth Candelario and Kathleen Yodice. Casen B. Ross, Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, argued the cause for respondents. With him on the […]

Read More

Forum for advanced drone operations unites innovators to unlock the next generation of aviation

Pioneering companies in the emerging uncrewed aviation industry have joined forces in a forum established by air traffic control leader NATS, to break through the barriers to the UK industry’s development. The BVLOS Operations Forum, which includes the UK’s leading beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) operators, brings together organisations at the cutting edge of uncrewed flight to learn […]

Read More