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Malawi and UNICEF Announce Humanitarian Drone Testing Corridor

2016-12-20
Malawi and UNICEF Announce Humanitarian Drone Testing Corridor
The Government of Malawi and UNICEF have announced the establishment of an air corridor to test potential humanitarian use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).

Deutsche Telekom Goes Drone Hunting with Dedrone

2016-12-02
Deutsche Telekom Goes Drone Hunting with Dedrone
European telco Deutsche Telekom AG is entering the drone defense market together with Dedrone, the market leader in anti-drone technology. The Magenta Security business unit of Deutsche Telekom will offer protection against unauthorized drones for data centers, stadiums, critical infrastructure facilities, and public authorities utilizing solutions developed by Dedrone.

Radio Hill Technologies Block 3 DRONEBUSTER

2016-12-02
Radio Hill Technologies Block 3 DRONEBUSTER
Portland, Oregon-based Radio Hill Technologies (RHT) is launching the Block 3 Dronebuster hand-held counter-drone detection and jamming system. This is the third generation of the Dronebuster line of hand-held jammers.

Last week a delegation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle experts from the United Kingdom met with industry leaders in California to highlight the United Kingdoms regulatory leadership.  The United Kingdom has sophisticated regulations governing the use of Unman

2016-12-01
Last week a delegation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle experts from the United Kingdom met with industry leaders in California to highlight the United Kingdoms regulatory leadership. The United Kingdom has sophisticated regulations governing the use of Unman
Last week a delegation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle experts from the United Kingdom met with industry leaders in California to highlight the United Kingdom’s regulatory leadership.

FLIR Systems Acquires Prox Dynamics for $134 Million

2016-12-01
FLIR Systems Acquires Prox Dynamics for $134 Million
FLIR Systems, Inc. announced that it has acquired Prox Dynamics AS, a leading developer and manufacturer of nano-class unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for military and para-military intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance applications, for approximately $134 million in cash.

UNHCR Drones Help Displaced Populations in Africa

2016-11-30
UNHCR Drones Help Displaced Populations in Africa
For many people drones conjure up images of remotely piloted aircraft bristling with missiles, used for military ends. But in conflict-affected parts of Africa, versions of the technology are being used by humanitarian aid organizations like UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, to plan relief responses and save lives.

Type-Certifiable Predator B Takes Flight

2016-11-30
Type-Certifiable Predator B Takes Flight
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA‑ASI), has announced that its Type-Certifiable Predator B (TCPB) variant completed its first flight test at the company’s Gray Butte Flight Operations Facility near Palmdale, Calif., on November 17th.

Drones and Insect Biobots to Map Disaster Areas

2016-11-28
Drones and Insect Biobots to Map Disaster Areas
Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a combination of software and hardware that will allow them to use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and insect cyborgs, or bio-bots, to map large, unfamiliar areas – such as collapsed buildings after a disaster.

Russian Army to Get Advanced Stealth Drone Hunter

2016-11-28
Russian Army to Get Advanced Stealth Drone Hunter
The Russian Army will be getting Advanced Stealth Drone Hunter which is capable of detecting unmanned aerial vehicles over 20 km range with radar accuracy of 10 meters.

Email Chain Reveals Amazon UK Drone Tests

2016-11-25
Email Chain Reveals Amazon UK Drone Tests
An email chain shows that Amazon has been testing drones in the UK for longer than initially thought. Correspondence between Amazon and the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), which regulates drone flying in the UK, shows that Amazon has been testing drones in UK airspace since summer 2015. It was previously believed that Amazon only began testing drones in UK airspace in the summer of 2016.


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