The Drive: Use Our New Tool To Explore Thousands Of FAA Drone And Unidentified Aircraft Incident Reports

The Drive: Use Our New Tool To Explore Thousands Of FAA Drone And Unidentified Aircraft Incident Reports. “We are excited to announce the launch of our new interactive tool that maps and makes searchable thousands of unmanned aircraft system (UAS) and unidentified aircraft incident reports. The vast dataset is drawn from information compiled by the Federal Aviation Administration. Some of the reports are highly unusual, going far beyond typical low-altitude drone mishaps.”

Australian Aviation: Google Drone Service Wing To Expand In Australia

Australian Aviation: Google Drone Service Wing To Expand In Australia. “Google’s drone delivery service, Wing, is set to expand to new locations in Australia in the coming months after successful trials in Canberra and Logan, Queensland. The business’ head of policy and government affairs, Margaret Nagle, revealed orders have soared 500 per cent because of COVID-19 as customers seek to obtain goods in a contactless way.”

The Drive: MQ-9 Reaper Flies With AI Pod That Sifts Through Huge Sums Of Data To Pick Out Targets

The Drive: MQ-9 Reaper Flies With AI Pod That Sifts Through Huge Sums Of Data To Pick Out Targets. “General Atomics says that it has successfully integrated and flight-tested Agile Condor, a podded, artificial intelligence-driven targeting computer, on its MQ-9 Reaper drone as part of a technology demonstration effort for the U.S. Air Force. The system is designed to automatically detect, categorize, and track potential items of interest.”

Ecns: Drones increasingly used to protect Great Wall

Ecns: Drones increasingly used to protect Great Wall. “The use of drones helps human inspectors gain a precise understanding of the preservation of the Great Wall at delicate levels and reveals more information on areas difficult for people to access. Yanqing has the most extensive Great Wall elements in the capital city as well as a complete preservation system. Authorities said drones, satellite images and other new technologies will provide the most comprehensive, accurate data on the Great Wall to create a digital archive platform.”

Digital Journal: Dronepedia Announces The Launch Of It’s New Website That Provides In-Depth Reviews Of Drones (PRESS RELEASE)

Digital Journal: Dronepedia Announces The Launch Of It’s New Website That Provides In-Depth Reviews Of Drones (PRESS RELEASE). “Dronepedia is delighted to announce the launch of their new website which is focused primarily on researching and reviewing all of the latest drones on the market today. The site has been created and designed from the ground up, with a modern fresh and easy to navigate style. Fully mobile friendly, the site looks fantastic regardless of the type of device it is being viewed upon, which is critical to any sites success in the modern world of the smartphone.” I did a little browsing. The reviews I looked at were extensive, and I wasn’t beaten over the head with affiliate links. It did load a little slowly for me. And yes, I know there’s a grammatical error in the headline. Please feel free to let Dronepedia know, not me, as I […]