Autel Robotics EVO Max Series Achieves C2 Certification, Leading the Way in Drone Compliance

Dear Autel Robotics Customers, We wanted to provide you with some important updates regarding the certification requirements for our drones and the upcoming changes in accordance with EU Drone Regulations. Here’s what you need to know: We just secured the coveted C2 certification for our EVO Max series, which marks a major milestone for Autel Robotics in adhering to the European Drone Regulation (EU) 2019/945 … Continue reading Autel Robotics EVO Max Series Achieves C2 Certification, Leading the Way in Drone Compliance

Cybersecurity Guidance on Chinese-Manufactured UAS for Critical Infrastructure Owners and Operators

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released, Cybersecurity Guidance: Chinese-Manufactured Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), to raise awareness of the threats posed by Chinese-manufactured UAS and to provide critical infrastructure and state, local, tribal, and territorial (SLTT) partners with recommended cybersecurity safeguards to reduce the risk to networks and sensitive information.  The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has enacted laws that … Continue reading Cybersecurity Guidance on Chinese-Manufactured UAS for Critical Infrastructure Owners and Operators

Beyond the Hype: Reassessing the Drone Narrative for Security and Sanctions

It’s high time we address a glaring issue in the drone industry – the disproportionate influence of ‘drone evangelists’ funded by companies like DJI (aka “surfer drone dudes”). These advocates are vocal against regulations like the ADSA, misleadingly glorifying Chinese drones as life-savers. Let’s be clear: drones, like any tool, don’t save lives; it’s the skilled professionals using them that make the difference. You don’t … Continue reading Beyond the Hype: Reassessing the Drone Narrative for Security and Sanctions

Geofencing coming to Autel products

I have it on good authority that this is a valid statement, probably an update to avoid from Autel for everyone (GM). I have reached out for a response from Autel but nothing yet. DJI must have received the same order? To ensure that Autel Robotics products and services are not used in violent conflicts, no-fly zones have been established for sensitive areas, including: all … Continue reading Geofencing coming to Autel products

Stefanik Leads Letter to Biden Administration Urging Investigation into Communist Chinese Drone Maker Autel

Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Elise Stefanik joined Chairman Mike Gallagher (R-WI), Ranking Member Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) of the House Select Committee on Strategic Competition with the Chinese Communist Party and bipartisan lawmakers in a letter urging the Biden administration to open investigations into Autel Robotics, a People’s Republic of China (PRC) drone manufacturer. The letter addressed to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, and Commerce Secretary … Continue reading Stefanik Leads Letter to Biden Administration Urging Investigation into Communist Chinese Drone Maker Autel

Gallagher, Colleagues Introduce Bipartisan American Security Drone Act

Chairman Mike Gallagher (R-WI) of the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party and Rep. Joe Courtney (D-CT) have introduced the American Security Drone Act of 2023 alongside Select Committee Ranking Member Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) and Rep. Rob Wittman (R-VA). The act would prohibit the federal government from purchasing drones manufactured in countries identified as national security threats, such as the People’s Republic of … Continue reading Gallagher, Colleagues Introduce Bipartisan American Security Drone Act

Update On Autel Robotics Certification To Meet With EU Regulations

Dear Autel Robotics Customers, We wanted to provide you with some important information regarding the certification requirements for our drones and the upcoming changes in accordance with EU Drone Regulations. Here’s what you need to know: Deadline Extension: The deadline for marking new drones with their UAS Class Identification Label, as specified in Regulations (EU) 2019/947 and 2019/945, has been postponed until 1st January 2024.  … Continue reading Update On Autel Robotics Certification To Meet With EU Regulations

Autel Robotics: Security, Privacy and Trust

Karim Cosslett In today’s era of advanced technology and devices, the concerns surrounding data security and privacy have become paramount for users. At Autel Robotics, we understand the importance of addressing these concerns. That’s why we provide comprehensive tool sets and protective measures for our industry application customers to ensure robust data security throughout their experience with our drones and software. User Data Protections Respecting … Continue reading Autel Robotics: Security, Privacy and Trust

Autel Robotics first global partner summit gets off to a flying start

Autel Robotics opened the inaugural Autel Robotics’ Global Partner Summit at Le Meridien Xiaojing Bay in Huizhou, Guangdong, China on April 26th, 2023. Groundbreaking new products were demonstrated to global partners from all around the world, in a spectacular event headed by Autel Robotics Chairman, Frank Lee. The conference featured the launch and first public viewing of new EVO Max Series and Ecosystem products. This included the EVO … Continue reading Autel Robotics first global partner summit gets off to a flying start

Autel Robotics’ drone helps scientists with volcano research

An Autel Robotics drone was used by a scientific team of international academics to document activities on Irazú Volcano in Costa Rica. The Autel EVO Lite+ drone was selected by the scientists because of its high-quality sensor and durability, making it an ideal solution for conducting professional research with an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Volcanic winds no problem for drone The EVO Lite+ was able … Continue reading Autel Robotics’ drone helps scientists with volcano research