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FAA Approves Kansas Department of Transportation for First BVLOS Drone Flight

The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) received permission to conduct the first ever beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) drone operation in the nation leveraging only onboard detect-and-avoid systems. This is the first-ever FAA authorized operation to fly without a requirement for visual ...

AIRT Announces Rebranding of UAS DRONES Disaster Conferences to DRONERESPONDERS Series

AIRT (Airborne International Response Team), a Florida 501(c)3 non-profit organization, has announced it will rebrand its public safety-related conference programming under their new DRONERESPONDERS brand as the organization retires the UAS DRONES Disaster Conference series effectively immediatel...

VOXL from ModalAI Contributes to Uber Eats Drone Delivery Testing

Uber Eats successfully tested its first food delivery by drone recently, in a high-density urban area with the assistance of technology from San Diego-based startup ModalAI. As the drone carried its edible cargo, VOXL, a powerful yet light-weight computing platform with 4G cellular connectivity, ...

Fortem Technologies Partners With HPE To Develop Security And Data Solution

Fortem Technologies, Inc., the leader in airspace safety and security for an autonomous world, has signed an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to deliver an industry-first custom package of drone solutions to integrate with any drone platform for ...

UAVOS Introduces Its Concept-based Approach Towards The Civil Security Robotics

Value of the UAVOS autopilot is the ability to integrate the system into unmanned platforms weighing from 5 to 1500 kg for various purposes - both air and ground/water based. The uniqueness of UAVOS autopilot is a distributed architecture that allows to carry out UAV formations as well as ...