History of Drones An Infographic


We all are aware that Drones have been with around us since last many years and they are used for various purposes. They can be of help in various ways. These are devices which have become popular and their application increases rapidly in various domains. With this infographic let us understand drones in more depth. Let us have detailed analysis on drones, their history, and their applications.

Airware's Commercial Drone Fund


Commercial drones are shaping and changing many industries around the world and the commercial drone space is rapidly growing, but there are still many challenges to overcome and gaps in the ecosystem to enable drones to be used at scale for jobs that were previously too dangerous, costly or difficult, and applications yet to be imagined. The Commercial Drone Fund was established to support businesses that are developing technologies and services that are critical to scaling the use of commercial drones across a variety of applications.

Meet SwarmDriver: The Micro Diving & Swarming USVs – DEEP AERO DRONES – Medium


The aquatic drone company, named'Aquabotix' has been working on SwarmDrivers. SwarmDrivers is a cluster of drones that can "function simultaneously as a single coordinated entity, be easily controlled via one operator on the surface, and perform dives on command." As of now, the main concern is laid on the military applications. According to a press release, the drones are capable of research, harbour management and oceanography. As far as the applications are concerned, the main aim is surveillance and inspection.

How's my flying? AR "license plates" for drones let bystanders ID pesky pilots


In the battle between commercial truck drivers and kamikaze civilians on U.S. highways, the civilians have a handy weapon. For many a soccer mom or dojo dad, that "How's my driving?" hotline is the ultimate equalizer.

How To Know If Your Business Should Use Drones Now Or Later On

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Between now and 2020, Drones are big business according to Goldman Sachs, $100 billion big. From Amazon to Uber and your neighbour's kid trying to take an aerial picture, Drones are going to be a big part of life once the law can get its act together. Unless you're Dominos, businesses seem to be struggling with how to apply the new technology and are back on forth on when to go in. How can you make the right decisions? I recently sat down with Robert Garbett (Founder and CEO of Drone Major Group - 'the global commercial trade organisation for the drone industry' and got some answers about where drones are doing in the next ten years and how businesses can take advantage of the technology now and later on.