Drones

DroneLogbook Turns to Altitude Angel to Power Platform

Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM Cloud will be used to power DroneLogbook’s compliance management platform

ANRA Delivers Medicines from the Skies in India

ANRA Technologies will begin delivering vital medicines by drone in India as part of an initiative called "Medicine From The Sky"

Industry invited to negotiate for UK Tiquila programme

A range of UK and overseas defence companies have been invited to negotiate for the UK’s Tiquila programme, which is intended to deliver two types of unmanned aerial system into service

Drone flight trials completed at Cardiff Airport

More than 40 flight trials were conducted in three days to validate a critical piece of drone safety

Drone X Challenge winners share the secrets of their success

The Drone X Challenge is pushing the frontiers of UAV technology. Tom Batchelor spoke to the teams that shared this year’s US$1m prize

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INSIGHT: Drone used in fatal attack off Oman was Iranian

As the fallout persists over the fatal airborne attack on the M/T Mercer Street off the coast of Oman in late-July, attention has turned to examining the motivations and potential perpetrators behind the incident

TSA begins testing drone detection technology at MIA

The tests will determine an effective solution that mitigates the risks posed by unauthorised UAS operations

Germany’s first drone traffic system starts in Hamburg

Europe's new U-Space concept is being tested for the first time at the Port of Hamburg

Eurodrone funding released after key agreement signing

The European OCCAR organisation has signed a grant agreement with Airbus Defence & Space that will allow European Defence Industrial Development Programme funding from the European Union for the planned Eurodrone remotely piloted aircraft system

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RAF progress on cloud-data, drone swarms and synthetic training

The progression of technologies such as cloud-data processing, unmanned swarming systems and synthetic training environments have been listed as targets for the UK’s Royal Air Force