- News tagged "drones"
Wednesday, 3 Feb 2016
The Dutch National Police is reportedly working with a private firm to train large birds of prey to take down unauthorized drones.
Wednesday, 2 Dec 2015
An 18-month old toddler in the U.K. has just lost an eye after a drone, piloted by a neighbor, crashed into him while he was playing in front of his home.
Wednesday, 18 Nov 2015
DJI is launching a system that will allow users to get up-to-date airspace information that will help them keep their drones from straying into restricted areas.
The NVIDIA Jetson TX1 is paving the way for a wave of smart, autonomous robots and drones that will be able to take advantage of the capabilities of machine learning and neural networks.
Friday, 6 Nov 2015
Hasselblad Group has just announced a corporate partnership with DJI through the DJI’s acquisition of a minority stake in Hasselblad.
Tuesday, 20 Oct 2015
The US Department of Transportation will now require all drone owners to register their drones in a new national registry, in a bid to hold owners accountable and track down irresponsible pilots.
Monday, 12 Oct 2015
A trio of UK-based companies has launched AUDS, the world’s first fully-integrated anti-UAV defense system. Read on to find out how lethal the system is against a flying drone!
Tuesday, 8 Sep 2015
A growing number of local hobbyists and enthusiasts have taken to navigating local skies remotely. Yes, drone-flying is actually legal here, although you should probably take note of certain no-fly zones and other restrictions.
Saturday, 21 Mar 2015
Amazon has just gotten the go-ahead from the Federal Aviation Administration to begin unmanned drone tests near its R&D facility in Seattle, USA. This could represent a small but important step in making delivery drones which deliver packages straight to your doorstep a reality. Hit the link for more details!
Tuesday, 27 Jan 2015
At the EmTech Singapore event today, we gleamed some wondrous insights from the world's top minds on topics ranging from 3D Printing to AI. Interesting and insightful as the other topics are, none of them perked our interest with what was talked about regarding drones. Curious to know why?