• Drone delivery in UAE coming soon - Khaleej Times
    on 07/25/2017 at 6:56 pm

    Khaleej TimesDrone delivery in UAE coming soonKhaleej TimesTransport and logistics sector will see an investment of $20 million, Strategy& added. The UAE's General Civil Aviation Authority has been working to establish a drone traffic control centre as of November 2016. Dubai has been taking the lead in using […]

  • Drones for Good: 3 Ways Drones are Saving Lives - DroneLife (blog)
    on 07/25/2017 at 5:19 pm

    Drones for Good: 3 Ways Drones are Saving LivesDroneLife (blog)Airborne, sophisticated imaging systems have been used for years to provide situational awareness to military or large civil operations – but drones provide a great way to get powerful imaging equipment in the air, quickly and cheaply. […]

  • Drones help WCape farmers - defenceWeb
    on 07/25/2017 at 2:56 pm

    defenceWebDrones help WCape farmersdefenceWebAccording to him, Elsenburg farmers are using drones to conduct general monitoring flyovers, to assess vegetation health, track animals which may require assistance, as well as to assess stressed zones amongst crops that require watering and fertilisation. […]

  • Drones take step towards commercial success with record-breaking ... - Telegraph.co.uk
    on 07/25/2017 at 11:48 am

    Telegraph.co.ukDrones take step towards commercial success with record-breaking ...Telegraph.co.ukAn important milestone in the development of commercially-useful drones has been passed with a record breaking beyond-line-of-sight civilian drone flight.and more » […]

  • Madison police are now in the air, thanks to two new drones - Madison.com
    on 07/25/2017 at 11:05 am

    Madison.comMadison police are now in the air, thanks to two new dronesMadison.comFor the American Civil Liberties Union, law enforcement use of drones raises concerns about protecting privacy. While the organization said drones can be helpful in situations like a search-and-rescue operation, their use should be […]

  • Own a drone? You'll have to register it with the government | WIRED ... - Wired.co.uk
    on 07/24/2017 at 10:12 am

    Wired.co.ukOwn a drone? You'll have to register it with the government | WIRED ...Wired.co.ukEveryone who owns a drone in the UK will have to register.Majority of drone owners welcome regulationInformation AgeUK to require drones and their operators to be registeredOut-Law.com61% of drone owners welcome UK government […]

  • Drones will have to be registered in UK safety clampdown - The Guardian
    on 07/22/2017 at 5:01 am

    The GuardianDrones will have to be registered in UK safety clampdownThe GuardianTwenty-two incidents involving commercial airliners and possible drones were investigated by the Civil Aviation Authority's Airprox Board in the first four months of this year. Police have not been able to trace the users of the drones. […]

  • Civilian drones, despite ban, flying in India; time to relook 'blanket ... - Firstpost
    on 07/06/2017 at 11:32 am

    FirstpostCivilian drones, despite ban, flying in India; time to relook 'blanket ...FirstpostDespite a blanket ban on the use of commercial unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in the country, civilian drones worth Rs 40 crore were bought by Indians in the ...Sheriff's office deploys drones | www.toacorn.com | Thousand […]

  • Civilian drones may account for bulk of 40000 UAVs in Indian skies despite ban by regulator - Economic Times
    on 07/05/2017 at 7:31 pm

    Economic TimesCivilian drones may account for bulk of 40000 UAVs in Indian skies despite ban by regulatorEconomic TimesMUMBAI: Only defence forces, law-enforcement agencies and a few select government companies are allowed to use drones, but that is not stopping civilian 'droners' from hitting the skies. Over the past […]

  • Teal Analysts Predict More Growth for Civil Drones - DroneLife (blog)
    on 06/27/2017 at 7:51 pm

    Teal Analysts Predict More Growth for Civil DronesDroneLife (blog)Despite regulatory issues in the US, drone market forecasts continue to be optimistic. A new report by the Teal Group predicts that civil drones will be “the most dynamic growth sector of the world aerospace industry this decade.” Teal's […]

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