Drone Risk Management Now at Measure Ground Control Users’ Fingertips

REIN’s DroneInsurance.com, a digital drone risk management
platform, is collaborating with Measure to enable commercial drone operators to
access customizable coverage options that match their unique operational and
organizational needs, as integrated within Measure’s Ground Control app

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Flyability’s Patrick Thévoz on Indoor vs. Outdoor Drones

Flyability is the Swiss company with a unique and powerful solution for indoor inspections – and at London’s Commercial UAV Show this morning, CEO and co-founder Patrick Thévoz explained why indoor drone programs have a high return on investment – along with lower risks. The Flyability Elios series is eminently recognizable

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Drone Mapping Platform DroneDeploy Scores $35 Million Funding Round

While media articles proclaiming the death of the drone industry get a lot of play, investment in the industry is still going strong.   As evidence, enterprise mapping platform DroneDeploy has announced a $35 million Series D funding round

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XPONENTIAL 2020: Conference Event will Focus on Drones for First Responders

The world’s largest drone-industry event is teaming up with a major public-safety non-profit to create a new conference event that may literally save lives. The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International and the Airborne International Response Team announced this week an inaugural co-located program designed to unite and educate first responders operating in the drone […] The post XPONENTIAL 2020: Conference Event will Focus on Drones for First Responders appeared first on DRONELIFE

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Kansas DOT Notches Milestone BVLOS Flight

The Kansas Department of Transportation’s (KDOT) Unmanned
Aircraft Systems (UAS) Integration Pilot Program (IPP) has successfully
completed the first beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) drone operation using
only onboard detect-and-avoid systems.

The flight marks the first time under Part 107 the FAA has
authorized an operation to fly BVLOS without a requirement for visual observers
or a ground-based radar

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