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  2. Learn how one teacher approaches using drones in elementary education – to start developing the diverse aerospace workforce of the future. By DRONELIFE Contributor Dawn M.K. Zoldi For more of Dawn’s in-depth content, don’t miss the next Dawn of Drones podcast, right here on DRONELIFE! Meghan Salter, a public school teacher from Huntington, West Virginia […] The post Drones in Elementary Education: How the 2020 Cabell County’s Teacher of the Year Makes it Work appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
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  4. by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby The government of the United Kingdom has chosen Altitude Angel as a representative of the nation at the upcoming World of Drones & Robotics Congress. The World of Drones & Robotics Congress, formerly The World Drone Congress, is in its fifth year, and for the first time will […] The post Altitude Angel to Represent UK at World of Drones and Robotics Conference appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  5. With Skydio now in Australia and New Zealand, the company is introducing the benefits of autonomous drones to a new customer base. Register Now for a Free Webinar August 25th, at 8 PM AEST to learn more about Skydio’s autonomous drones and how they are helping enterprise drone programs to scale around the world. Skydio […] The post Skydio Expands to Australia and New Zealand: Learn How Autonomous Drones Help Scale Enterprise Programs [WEBINAR] appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  6. Join us for the kickoff episode of the new Dawn of Drones podcast, featuring Luke Fox, WhiteFox Defense founder and CEO, live on Wednesday, August 4 at 11:00 am EST. The Dawn of Drones podcast connects you with the game-changing people and platforms that are making a difference in the advanced air mobility, drone and […] The post Don’t Miss the Kickoff of the New Dawn of Drones Podcast: Featuring Luke Fox, WhiteFox CEO appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  7. The drone tech market is growing fast, and recent innovations and regulatory shifts are only speeding growth. By DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby A report by Andrew McWilliams from BCC Research projects over 80% growth in revenue for the global drone technology market between 2020 and 2025. Sitting at $30 billion in 2020, McWilliams […] The post Drone Tech Market to Grow to $54 B in the Next 4 Years: These Sectors are Leading the Way appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  8. A high school organization in Colorado is on the cutting edge of the newest sporting venue – drone soccer. That’s right. Drone. Soccer. With so many aerospace and defense companies, it’s no surprise that Colorado Springs is flying high with the latest cousin of Harry Potter’s high-flying Quidditch. On July 31, the first-ever drone soccer […] The post Drone Soccer Tourney Kicks Off in Colorado This Weekend appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  9. AURA Network Systems (AURA) has closed a $30.9 million Series A funding round. “It is the latest milestone for the company, which operates the nation’s only coast- to-coast network designed to solve one of aviation’s most pressing problems: How to enable the commercial viability of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) market by providing secure and […] The post Voice and Data Communications for Commercial Drones: AURA Network Systems Closes $30.9 million Funding Round appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  10. Japan Post is committed to implementing mail delivery by drone in remote areas by 2023. This article published in collaboration with JUIDA, the Japan UAS Industrial Development Association. Japan’s IT Media reports that Japan Post has invested 3 billion yen – more than 27,000,000 USD in drone manufacturer ACSL drone delivery technology, in order to implement […] The post Mail Delivery by Drone: Japan Post Invests 3 Billion Yen for Commercial Drone Delivery by 2023 appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  11. Elsight Limited (ASX: ELS) has announced that Elsight’s Halo was integrated into drones participating in the NAAMA Hadera Initiative, a global collaboration that demonstrated the reality of urban drone delivery. (Don’t miss the incredible video embedded below about the NAAMA Hadera Intitiative!) The NAAMA Hadera Initiative was an amazing demonstration of parcel drone delivery, beyond […] The post Is Connectivity the Key to Urban Drone Delivery? Elsight’s Halo Integrated into Drones Operating within NAAMA Hadera Intiative appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  12. Sponsored Content. Leading drone data management company Optelos has helped many drone service providers and enterprise companies get the most out of their drone asset inspections. In a new whitepaper, Optelos puts together the lessons learned from their enterprise clients. Be sure to see the entire whitepaper, Optimizing Asset Inspections: Going Beyond Drone Images to Achieve […] The post 8 Ways to Optimize Drone Asset Inspections: Optelos Puts Together Lessons Learned from Enterprise Clients appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  13. In this week’s column, Public Safety Drone Crash Highlights – spectacular fails, and how you can avoid them. The following is one of a biweekly series on public safety drone issues by Steve Rhode, Chief Pilot with the Wake Forest Fire Department and the North Carolina Public Safety Drone Academy, and founder of Public Safety Flight, a […] The post Public Safety Drone Crash Highlights: Steve Rhode’s Public Safety Drone Column appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  14. Usually, DRONELIFE doesn’t print lists of show exhibitors. This year, however, drone companies want to know – who’s going to the show? DRONELIFE will be at Commercial UAV in Las Vegas this September, and we can’t wait to see you there. Commercial UAV Expo Americas will take place live September 7-9, 2021 at The Mirage […] The post VEGAS, BABY! Commercial UAV in Las Vegas is Lining Up Exhibitors and Ready to Go in September! appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
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  16. The Unmanned Safety Institute celebrates issuing thier 10,000th safety certification, based on a curriculum centered around drone professionalism. By: Dawn Zoldi Josh Olds had a dream to fly high in traditional aviation. He graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) with a B.S. in Aeronautical Science (professional piloting with a multi-commercial and instrument rating) and an […] The post Olds’ School Drone Professionalism: Unmanned Safety Institute Issues 10,000th Safety Certification appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  17. DroneLife Partners with P3 Tech Consulting on New “Dawn of Drones” Podcast The following is a press release we are proud to publish, as we embark on a new partnership with the Dawn of Drones podcast! DroneLife is pleased to announce a collaboration with Dawn Zoldi, CEO of P3 Tech Consulting, for a new podcast […] The post DRONELIFE Partners with P3 Tech Consulting on New “Dawn of Drones” Podcast appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  18. The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has clarified their position on Chinese made drones. In a DOD statement on DJI drones, the agency stated that “systems produced by Da Jiang Innovations (DJI) pose potential threats to national security.” (Read the full statement here.) The statement appears to be in response to a recent Pentagon audit, […] The post BREAKING: DOD Statement on DJI Drones appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  19. The South China Morning Post has reported that China deployed the Wing Loong 2H military scale drone to restore communications during the recent floods, in another example of how drone technology can be utilized for disaster response. Recent flooding destroyed ground-based communications infrastructure. The all-weather, long-duration Wing Loong 2H hovered for five hours in torrential rains, […] The post China Deploys Drone to Restore Communications During Flood Disaster appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  20. A new report “Drone Taxi Market by Range (Intercity, Intracity), Propulsion (Fully Electric, Hybrid, Electric Hydrogen), Autonomy (Fully Autonomous, Remotely Piloted), Passenger Capacity (Up to 2, 3 to 5, More than 5), System, End Use & Region – Global Forecast to 2030“, predicts that the market will grow from an estimated USD 74 million in […] The post Drone Taxi Market Predicted to Grow to More than $800 Million in the next 8 years. Where Will They Fly? appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  21. A new Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) seeks to revise the agency’s authority to investigate drone accidents. In AUVSI’s formal comment, the largest unmanned systems advocacy organization asks if the change – which expands the agency’s reach to smaller drones – will really impact aviation safety. Currently, […] The post The NTSB Wants Authority to Investigate Drone Accidents. Will That Really Improve Safety? appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  22. The DRONERESPONDERS Public Safety UAS Summit in Atlanta is an important part of this year’s AUVSI XPONENTIAL show, providing public safety agencies from all over the world the opportunity to gather for training, education, and collaboration. This year, the 2,000 strong force of the Atlanta Police Department will serve as the host agency for the […] The post Atlanta Police Department to Host DRONERESPONDERS Public Safety UAS Summit at AUVSI XPONENTIAL appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  23. Dejero provides drone captured live stream video services for sporting events, disasters By DRONELIFE Staff Writer Jim Magill First responders and law enforcement agencies are increasingly relying on drone-captured live-streamed video to increase their ability to observe a rapidly unfolding situation, whether it’s from the scene of a large-scale disaster, or the venue of a […] The post Drone Captured Live Stream: From Sporting Events to Disaster Response, How it Works appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  24. The American Drone Alliance, a group comprised of U.S.-based drone manufacturers and Blue sUAS providers Skydio and Teal with European-based open software platform Auterion, have published a response to the Financial Times article releasing a DOI memo critical of Blue sUAS solutions. The DOI memo complained that Blue sUAS solutions did not meet their department’s needs, […] The post The DOI Memo on Blue sUAS: American Drone Alliance Responds appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  25. Blue sUAS provider Teal Drones acquired by Red Cat Holdings (NASDAQ: RCAT) in an all-stock deal. Puerto Rico-based Red Cat includes remote inspection company Skypersonic, analytics platform Dronebox, drone imaging and communications company Fat Shark, and consumer drone company Rotor Riot. The Teal Drones acquisition will provide Red Cat with a government sector solution. Teal was […] The post Teal Drones Acquired by Red Cat Holdings appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  26. News and Commentary. A recent Financial Times article (article behind paywall) reports on a DOI memo stating that Blue sUAS are more expensive, less capable than other Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) drones- and still include Chinese parts. The Blue sUAS list of 5 drone solutions was published by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) […] The post Blue sUAS “Less Capable, More Expensive” and Include Chinese Drone Parts, Says DOI Memo appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  27. Counter-drone company Citadel Defense has captured $4 million in government contracts from an undisclosed, American government agency in an effort to keep rogue drones – some piloted by terrorists – away from military operations. Over the last few years, insurgent groups have begun using drones in combat environments to harm personnel and equipment in the […] The post Citadel Scores Another Counter Drone Contract to Protect Military appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
  28. In this Drone Public Safety Column: do the FAA rules even matter? The complex environment of enforcement. The following is one of a biweekly serieson public safety drone issues by Steve Rhode, Chief Pilot with the Wake Forest Fire Department and the North Carolina Public Safety Drone Academy, and founder of Public Safety Flight, a website dedicated to […] The post Steve Rhode’s Public Safety Column: Do the FAA Rules Even Matter? appeared first on DRONELIFE. View the full article
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