There’s Now an Uber for Drones

Drones are having a bit of a big week. In addition to getting eagle-pounced, stressing animals out, and becoming a tool for the police, a for-hire service called Droners has launched, and is looking to be the Uber for people who need drones on demand. For-hire drones aren’t particularly new. The service seems like the first manifestation of what Gofor, an early idea for on-demand... read more

Tayzu Robotics and Verizon Wireless Partner to make Large Scale Data Collection and Monetization from a UAV a Reality

Fort Lauderdale, FL | July 24, 2015 Tayzu Robotics, a manufacturer and developer of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), has entered into a partnership with Verizon Communications to integrate cutting edge flight control options into Tayzu’s already advanced line of UAVs. At the center of this new technology is the Skywire 4G LTE Module by NimbeLink. This revolutionary piece of... read more

Snapshot of the First 500 Commercial UAS (Drone) Exemptions

Executive Summary In late May 2014, the Federal Aviation Administration began accepting petitions for exemption to operate unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) commercially in the U.S. National Airspace System without an airworthiness certificate, which is allowed under Section 333 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012. The agency approved the first set of commercial operators on... read more

Switzerland is Testing a Drone Delivery Service for Emergency Supplies

Long before Amazon drones begin zipping around American suburbs delivering everyone’s same-day air packages, we might get to watch unmanned aerial vehicles climbing the Swiss Alps to drop emergency medical supplies. Earlier this week, the Swiss Post and Swiss WorldCargo began jointly testing the practical use of delivery drones in the country’s rugged alpine terrain. While Swiss Post... read more

New Postal Service fleet could include drones

The Postal Service has winnowed down companies bidding to build the next generation of its delivery vehicles — and one is offering an all-electric truck that doubles as a drone launcher. The agency released its list April 14, and companies include AM General, a contractor perhaps best known for making the Army’s Humvees in the past; Fiat Chrysler Automobiles; Ford (F); and Nissan... read more

World of drones

Drones, remote-controlled aircraft, were originally developed for military purposes, but the technology’s falling price means we’re increasingly seeing them used for every day civilian and commercial purposes around the world. March 14, 2015 is International Drone Day to show the world that “Drones are good”. read more

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