Drone World

OpenROV, which builds submarine drone kits that they hope will become as popular as airborne drones, showcases the prototype of the latest version of its Trident submarine. Original article at nytimes.com

Previously, companies had to apply for special permission to operate drones. Now a range of businesses may use drones under 55 pounds, but not for package delivery. Original article at nytimes.com

Drone racing, in which miniature aircraft maneuver through obstacle courses in at up to 80 miles per hour, is attracting competitors and fans, but sponsors have been slower to jump on...

The company, DJI, said that it was still working out how to deal with the data the authorities request and that it could include data from flights in Hong Kong. Original...

There are many steps before you can get airborne, including finding a safe area and learning the federal and local regulations. Original article at nytimes.com

There are many steps before you can get airborne, including finding a safe area and learning the federal and local regulations. Original article at nytimes.com

The chat goes from new talking devices, a drone that sees things, goggles (really) and the Apple cliffhanger. (Where’s Mike, anyway?) Original article at nytimes.com

An attempt to film aerial shots for a promotional video landed Sean Riddle in a holding cell after his drone bumped against the Empire State Building. Original article at nytimes.com

Spats over trespassing, privacy and air rights are heating up as the little copters become more popular. Original article at nytimes.com

The efforts in the halls of Congress are part of a multifront intervention by advocates for broader drone use as well as by their opponents, who argue that the machines pose...