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Apr 26, 2022

Urban-Air Port opens first functional eVTOL vertiport for delivery drones and flying taxis

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Builder of infrastructure for drone delivery and eVTOL air taxi vehicles, Urban-Air Port opens its first fully functional vertiport.


Urban-Air Port, the London-based developer of vertiports for delivery drones and electronic takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicles like air taxis, has opened the doors of its first functional aerial hub – one of 200 terminals it plans to build around the globe in the near future.

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Apr 26, 2022

This 16g open-source autopilot can make drones smarter, safer

Posted by in categories: drones, internet, robotics/AI

ModalAI, a Blue UAS framework manufacturer of autonomous drone technology, says it has developed the world’s smallest and most advanced autopilot built in the USA. Weighing only 16 grams, ModalAI’s VOXL 2 is designed specifically for GPS-denied, autonomous drones with obstacle avoidance.

It is powered by the Qualcomm Flight RB5 5G platform and integrates a PX4 real-time flight controller with an 8-core CPU, a GPU and NPU that provide a combined 15 Tera Operations Per Second (TOPs), seven image sensors, and TDK IMUs, and barometer.

Apr 25, 2022

Dropping over 100,000 seeds a day, these drones are helping revive lost forests

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Apr 25, 2022

Walgreens & Alphabet Launch Inaugural Drone Deliveries In DFW

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This technology has the potential to deliver value to billions of people.

Apr 23, 2022

Surveillance drone saves power

Posted by in categories: drones, energy, surveillance

A prototype surveillance drone can save power and stay on task for longer by sticking to walls and powering down its rotors, but only by making a crash landing.

Apr 23, 2022

A new US army exercise will test the biggest interactive drone swarm ever

Posted by in categories: drones, health

Apr 22, 2022

US Navy shoots down drone with electric-powered laser in historic first

Posted by in categories: drones, military

The laser beamed from the deck of a warship and hit a drone.

Apr 19, 2022

Video shows Ukrainian soldier allegedly taking apart a Russian drone and discovering its regular camera

Posted by in categories: drones, military, surveillance

With some parts held together by duct tape.

In the raging battle between Russia and Ukraine, Russia’s small drones have been reported to be taking a deadly toll on Ukrainian forces. A new video, however, is revealing that the highly efficient precision drones are not as advanced as one might expect.

Ukraine’s Defense Ministry shared a video on Sunday that shows a soldier allegedly dismantling a Russian military surveillance drone and pointing out several highly unsophisticated features. In fact, seeing what the whole drone consists of it seems like something a schoolchild could put together.

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Apr 19, 2022

Iris Automation adds TruWeather tech to Casia G system

Posted by in categories: climatology, drones, robotics/AI, surveillance

Safety avionics specialist Iris Automation has made a meteorological enhancement to its Casia G ground-based surveillance system with the integration of TruWeather Solutions sensors and services – a move aiming to add climate security to the company’s aerial detect-and-avoid protection.

Addition of a precision weather utility was a natural step in Iris Automation’s wider objective of ensuring flight safety of, and between, crewed aircraft and drones The company says local micro weather and low-altitude atmospheric conditions often differ considerably from those at higher levels. That differential creates a larger degree of weather uncertainty for aerial service providers, who weigh safety factors heavily into whether they make flights as planned or not.

Apr 18, 2022

Eurolink Systems to launch multi-mission ready Beluga mini drone

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, drones, military

Italian company EuroLink Systems, a technology solutions manufacturer with decades of industry experience, will launch the Beluga mini drone, a dual-use aircraft ready to deploy anywhere from the desert to the arctic, at next week’s Xponential 2022 in Orlando.

The new state-of-the-art multirotor drone blends a bio-inspired design with high-performance features that make it suitable for a wide variety of tasks – from military or public safety applications like short-range reconnaissance, search & rescue, or security applications to commercial use in 3D terrain mapping, urban logistics support applications, threat detections, and urgent medical transportation.

Beluga has been in development for three years and combines Eurolink Systems’ technical experience with mother nature shapes, resulting in an elegant design and rich technical functionality – that represents the best of art and science. The drone can fly fast, with a maximum cruising speed of up to 112 km/h (69 mph), for up to 60 minutes with a 3.3 lbs. (1.5 kg) payload.

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