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Oct 9, 2020

AI-Powered Drone Learns Extreme Acrobatics

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AI powered drones are doing acrobatics.

Oct 6, 2020

FAA approves statewide BVLOS flights for Skydio 2, NCDOT

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The FAA has given a green light to Beyond Visual Line of Sight flights while conducting bridge inspections in North Carolina. That’s great news for Skydio.

Oct 4, 2020

UK Military Develops Drone With a Double Barreled Shotgun

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O,.o.


It uses “machine vision” to identify targets indoors.

Oct 3, 2020

Amazon’s Drone That Flies Around Your Home and Records Everything Might Just Be Brilliant

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The new Ring Always Home Cam is a product that shows why trust is such an important asset for any business.

Oct 1, 2020

This company is selling $500,000 flying vehicles that look like giant drones and can be flown without a pilot’s license

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, drones

Austin startup Lift Aircraft calls Hexa, its electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft the future of personal flight. So far, it’s been compared to a drone and a flying car.

Hexa is essentially a recreational vehicle for the air, able to fly in 15-minute intervals at low altitudes. Lift plans to market them to millennials with disposable income and anyone chasing adrenaline, because a pilot’s license isn’t required. The COVID-19 pandemic delayed plans, but Lift still says it will be touring locations across the US where anyone meeting height, weight, and age requirements can pay to fly. As of November 2019, Lift says it had more than 15,000 flights on a waitlist to ride Hexa.

The company is also selling a small number of Hexas to buyers who will then rent them out. They cost $495,000, and only five are still available.

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Oct 1, 2020

Drone completes longest organ delivery in Las Vegas

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Drone solution provider MissionGO has completed the longest organ delivery by drone in Las Vegas last week with the Nevada Donor Network. The two test flights were carrying a human organ and tissue to various locations around Las Vegas.

The first of the two flights was transporting research corneas from the Southern Hills Hospital and Medical Center to Dignity Health at the St. Rose Dominican, San Martín Campus. The flight demonstrated the viability, value, efficiency gains, and delivery speed of using drones to deliver organs and medical supplies.

The second flight delivered a research kidney from an airport to a location on the outskirts of a small town in the Las Vegas desert. This second flight was the one that marked the longest organ delivery by drone. The flight beat the previous record that was set in April 2019 also by MissionGO.

Oct 1, 2020

Latest Flight Testing!

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Latest wing testing and the evolution of our aerodynamic control at speed with the #JetSuit never stops at Gravity. Here with the awesome Benjamin Kenobi chasing with his Inspire drone🤘

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Sep 30, 2020

NATO’s Autonomous Drone Delivery Experiment Works

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DroneUp and NATO Allied Command Transformation performed an experiment to prove a new and innovative way of resupplying soldiers on the battlefield. The experiment proved that autonomous drone delivery works.

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Sep 29, 2020

New Intelligence: Chinese Copy Of US Navy’s Sea Hunter USV

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A candid photograph posted on Chinese social media sheds light on a Chinese project to develop a drone-ship similar to the U.S. Navy’s Sea Hunter. The trimaran is remarkably similar to the Sea Hunter in almost every respect.

Although the designation of the project is unknown, based on imagery analysis the builder and and dimensions have been established.

Sep 25, 2020

Amazon’s new Ring drone stops the world’s most hapless thief in bass-slapping ad

Posted by in categories: drones, mobile phones, security

The Always Home Cam foils a very sloppy burglar.


Ring has given a brief demo of its flying security camera drone in a new ad. The Always Home Cam will be available next year and can be controlled with your phone.

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