DJI is developing a Cinewhoop-style drone capable of capturing dramatic footage indoors, according to information from two reliable leakers.
Uber announced a few big plans at its product event on Monday, including autonomous deliveries and the ability to specify if you want your ride to be an electric vehicle. Now, to be clear, these new features will not be rolling out to everyone right away. Uber rolled out its Comfort Electric program in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, and Dubai, while promising it would add more cities soon. The feature lets riders choose an electric ride, similar to how you can order a larger vehicle (Uber XL) or a ride with your pet (Uber Pet). “It’s as simple as tap a button and request a ride in a premium EV like a Tesla or Polestar,” the company wrote in a press release
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Aloft Launches Geospatial Management Tools for Drone Data Network by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today, drone airspace systems and UTM technologies leader Aloft Technologies released the Aloft Geo Portal, a free tool that brings together FAA airspace rules and local ground rules for drone operations nationwide
Skydio Inspires Next Generation of Women Drone Pilots with Youth Fly Day by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Images, courtesy Skydio
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Draganfly Announces First Quarter Earnings Draganfly Inc., a manufacturer of commercial unmanned aerial vehicles and drone services company, announced its first quarter results on May 10, 2022
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In an announcement this week, the UK’s Royal Mail unveiled plans to scale its use of drone technology by creating over 50 new postal drone routes over the next three years, which will help serve residents in more remote communities.
Aside from the convenience factor, the company noted the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) could lessen its carbon emissions, and improve the reliability of mail services, especially in rural areas.
At the moment, the Royal Mail relies on ferries, conventional aircraft, and land-based vehicles to carry out deliveries, which are often disrupted by bad weather conditions.
In a test trial conducted in April on the Shetland Islands, the twin-engine UAV showed the ability to fly even in inclement weather, and could carry up to 100 kg (220 lbs) of mail in all shapes and sizes for two flights between the islands daily.
The first of the new drone routes will service residents on the Isles of Scilly, Shetland Islands, Orkney Islands, and the Hebrides