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FAA's new Remote ID requirements act as 'license plate for drones'
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) releases its new drone regulations: Remote ID acts as a 'license plate for drones'.
Scoutonomy is the world's most advanced military surveillance drone
Exyn Technologies has announced the world's most advanced surveillance military drone.
Pentagon & DoD invest millions in mid-air drone fishing technology
The Pentagon and DoD are planning on catching drones mid-air with a new net system.
Small drones that have bird-like wings can fly 4x times longer
Drones that are only 100g and can fly for 3 hours with this new wing design.
Testing begins on urban attack drones equipped with rocket launchers
A Chinese company is currently testing tiny urban attack drones that can see and shoot in the dark.
Flamethrower drones are real and you can get yours for $1499
A flamethrower drone has been created and you can get yours for just $1499.
IDTechEx Research Releases New Report on Drones 2018-2038: Components, Technologies, Roadmaps, Market Forecasts
DJI introduce two class-leading aerial drones
The Mavic Pro Platinum and the Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian drones introduce for new ways to explore the world.
Domino's Pizza begins testing drone delivery
Domino's to begin testing pizza delivery via drone, first service of its kind.
Droners might have to get insurance, leave your info after an accident
Drone pilots might be forced to get insurance in certain municipalities, and be required to leave information much in the same way as an auto accident.
Have a peek at Qualcomm's new Snapdragon Flight drone technology
Qualcomm showcases the new generation of drone technology with Snapdragon Flight.
Recreational drone literally pokes UK toddler's eye out
A boy in the UK has lost his eye after a terrible collision with an unmanned aerial vehicle.
Amazon's new Prime Air drones deliver packages in 30 minutes or less
Amazon takes to the skies to dramatically speed up deliveries.
FAA wants all drones over 250 grams registered with the government
Drone registration strikes again, with the FAA recommending all drones over 250 grams to be registered with the government.
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US government plans to require users to register their drones
US government wants drone owners to register their devices with the Department of Transport.
Vantage Robotics shows off Snap, a safe drone with a 4K camera
Introducing the Snap drone from Vantage Robotics.
Head of Islamic State Cyber Caliphate killed by drone strike
Rejoice! Cyber Caliphate reportedly lost its leader.
Trying to prevent drones from dropping contraband into prisons is hard
Trying to prevent drones from flying contraband into prison is a difficult task.
Jeff Bezos: Drones could be as 'common as seeing a mail truck'
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has high expectations for delivery drones.
Watchdog group wants NASA to end drone testing with Google
Watchdog group has its say.
US military, law enforcement developing counter-drone systems
US government, police agencies looking for anti-drone systems.
Firefighters, safety officials still upset about private drone pilots
Keep the drones away from wildfires, folks.
US military wants to increase number of drone flights... everywhere
US military wants even more daily drone flights.
Disrupting drone flights by using 'intentional sound noise'
Researchers in Korea use sound to disrupt drone flights.
Fight erupts after drone drops narcotics into prison yard
Prisoners want those drugs!
Fly a drone near the fire? County offering cash reward to find you
The hunt is on!
US National Guard using Reaper drone to search for missing person
National Guard using drone to search for missing man.
Amazon wants drone-only airspace for its delivery aircraft
Amazon wants to help set up airspace for its delivery drones.
Military trying to figure out how to stop drones used as IEDs
How do we stop drones potentially used as IEDs?
Drones have great potential in agriculture, as interest increases
Huge potential for drones used in the farm fields.
Don't fly your drone near the wildfire, because they get in the way
Drones get in the way.
New York Governor won't let drones be used in manhunt for fugitives
New York won't allow drones to be used for manhunt.
US military seeking ways to defend against small, portable drones
Growing need to accurately identify drones?
Solar-powered drone Google wants to use crashes during test flight
Google's shiny solar-fueled drone designed to help beam Internet service to users has crashed during a test flight.
US military working on mini-drone gliders to help spy on the enemy
US military wants swarm of mini drones to help conduct reconnaissance.
Swiss researchers develop pocket-sized, origami-inspired drone
Introducing the origami-inspired drone!
Intel working towards drones that won't even require human control
Intel helping push boundaries of drone technology.
Trade group predicts 1 million drone flights per day in US by 2035
There could be 1 million drone flights per day in the United States by 2035.
US authority lets farmers spray crops from drones
The US government is letting farmers spray their crops from drones, giving crop growers better precision.
Graffiti 'artist' uses drone to tag massive Kendall Jenner ad in SOHO
KATSU uses a drone to tag massive Calvin Klein ad featuring Kendall Jenner.
US Navy successfully refuels X-47B UAV in-flight, extending range
The flight range of the X-47B unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) has been extended following successful in-air refueling mission.
Relief teams using drones for search and rescue missions in Nepal
Drones are finding a role in search and rescue efforts underway in Nepal.
Drones will be used by London police to monitor airports
Growing number of London airports will soon have drones used to help conduct surveillance for airport safety.
FAA grants USAA insurance company's request for drone research
The USAA will be able to use drones for certain business operation after receiving approval by FAA.
US military wants dormant drones that can launch from ocean bottom
DARPA interested in developing drones that can be dormant on the ocean floor, and remotely activated to launch attacks.
Amazon is testing drones north of the border, avoiding FAA headaches
Amazon might be annoyed with the FAA in the United States, but is having no problem testing its drones in Canada.
Safran and Valeo show autonomous vehicles can learn from drones
Companies team up to show how self-driving vehicles can benefit from drones.
Drones are being enjoyed by Hollywood, filming unique shots
Hollywood directors are using drones to help film commercials, TV episodes, and movies.
3D Robotics releases DroneKit open source API for app development
3D Robotics wants people to embrace app development for drones.