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Spright To Survey Utility Infrastructure

Spright has announced that it earned a nationwide, non-geo-specific Certificate of Waiver (CoW) for Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) drone operations from the FAA. The CoW allows small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) to travel up to four nautical miles for critical utility

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DJI Mini 3

The latest personal drone from DJI has been released! From DJI:

The Mini 3 is a compact, ultra-lightweight camera drone built for adventure. It features extended battery life, detail-rich 4K HDR video, and fun features like True Vertical Shooting for social-media-optimized shots. Whether you’re capturing an epic road trip, or

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Can You Bring a Drone to Europe?

According to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), flying a drone is legal in the EU. However, non-EU travelers who plan on flying a drone weighing more than 0.55 pounds (250 grams) must first register with the National Aviation Authority (NAA).

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BAE Systems Demonstrates Effectiveness of APKWS Against Agile, High-Speed Military Drones

BAE Systems completed additional ground-to-air test firings to prove the effectiveness of 70mm rockets guided by APKWS guidance kits against Class-2 unmanned aerial systems (UAS) that weigh roughly 25-50 pounds and can travel at speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour. During the demonstration in Southern Arizona, five APKWS-guided counter-UAS rockets

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Chinese Researchers Successfully Test ‘Flying Submarines’

Chinese researchers successfully tested two submersible cross-media vehicles or ‘flying submarines’ that can travel underwater and cross over into the air and fly. According to the news from the WeChat public account “Harbin Engineering University” on November 4, two “small planes” dived into the water one after another on the

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