Americas

Dronelaw US launches web portal for legal news

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by We are proud to announce the launch of DRONELAW.US The FAA recently released its Notice of Proposed Rules for small UAS, but until the Proposed Rule becomes a finalized, a Certificate of Waiver of Authorization and/or Section 333 Grant of…

Local UAV company lifts off

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by By Amanda Bohman  FAIRBANKS — When a wildfire broke out in Michael Cook’s neighborhood off the Richardson Highway a couple of weeks ago, he decided to help. Cook flies unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly known as drones, for a living.…

DOJ Issues Guidelines for Unmanned Aircraft

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by BY PAUL PELUSO The Department of Justice on Friday released its first written guidelines for the domestic use of unmanned aircraft. The policy highlights the growing importance of Unmanned Aerial System — referred to at times as “drones” by the…

AirDroids cease trading

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by Dear Drone Lovers, We are writing to let you know that AirDroids, Inc. is ceasing operations. As of this week, we have sent out units for all the orders that we received addresses for. Our company ran out of…

Swift Radioplanes Lynx M

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by  The Lynx M UAS is an affordable imagery collection device with the performance and features that match or out perform considerably more expensive systems. The Lynx design emphasizes simplicity, ruggedness, and performance. Lynx is designed for aerial photomapping and is currently used…

Drone adjuster: Pa. insurer’s air force

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by Joseph N. DiStefano One of Pennsylvania’s largest insurers says it has received the Federal Aviation Administration’s blessing to launch its first DJI Phantom 2 quadrocopter drones, which will putter across the skies to spy out your damaged home or…