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Remote ID will be an important factor in the long term success and growth of the UAS industry, but is it coming at the expense of hobbyist drone pilots?
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Drone Data Breach Exposes US Police Force Aerial Data
"Dronesense, which sells a platform for controlling drones to police, left customer data including flight plans exposed."
Data security will continue being a hot topic going into 2020. It will be the cause of the ult...
Great News For UAS Operators - LAANC Continues To Expand
600 airports are now covered by LAANC including new additions of Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, Dulles International Airport, William P. Hobby Airport in Houston and Newark Liberty International Ai...
The company trying to take down DJI
Interesting to hear the thoughts from Skydio's CEO on the big splash that the Skydio 2 drone has been making since its launch. There has been so much demand they don't even have enough supply to keep up.
If Skydio in 2020 can develop ...
RTK / PPK / GCPs - What Provides The Best Accuracy For Aerial Mapping?
This informative article is a great break down of the basics of using Real-Time Kinematic, Post Processed Kinematic, and Ground Control Points in drone mapping.
Each can enhance your drone mapping t...
FAA Expands LAANC For Recreational Flyers
This newly announced expansion of the LAANC system gives recreational drone pilots the tools to gain access to controlled airspace in a safe, efficient manner.
Now the question is, will these recreational drone pilots be respons...
Cape Drops DJI For US-Made Skydio Drones
If there is a time where the door is open for USA based drone manufacturers this is it. With all the looming data security concerns around DJI and Chinese based companies, Skydio and other American manufacturers can really begin to grab market ...
New York City Developers Lobby to Legalize Drones
While real estate developers in large cities like LA & Chicago are reaping the benefits of UAV technology, those in NY "say a 1948 law effectively prohibits drones from flying within city boundaries is overly broad and out of date.
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