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Objective Existentialism, Passive Nihilism, and Federal Rulemaking

All of them share a common thread of trying to make sense of the absurd, and suffering. Many of the great philosophers—Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Kierkegaard, Kant, and even Camus—all boil...

Commercial Drones and GDPR: What You Need to Know

Assessing what GDPR means for commercial drone hardware and software vendors, service providers, and enterprise users. By Colin Snow and Charlotte Ziems Have you noticed an increase in the number of...

Comment on new British Standards for drone operators

Founded in 1901 the British Standards Institute has been putting down its mark for some time now. They are turning their focus to Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA). You have...

New Survey: Who’s Buying Drones, Using Drone Software, and Why?

Skylogic Research, LLC, which operates under the brand Drone Analyst, just announced the start of its 2017 Drone Market Sector Research, which promises to be its most comprehensive study of...
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Carbomap ready to map the world with advanced LiDAR on a...

Carbomap, an environmental survey company, in collaboration with high performance LiDAR manufacturer RIEGL, UAVE and The University of Edinburgh, today announced the first successful demonstration flight of a RIEGL...

Five Valuable Business Lessons Learned About Drones in Construction

We just released a new research report titled “Five Valuable Business Lessons Learned About Drones in Construction.” This is the first in a new series of white papers sponsored...

Who Benefits from Airmap and its Digital Certificates for Drones?

This post analyzes Airmap’s Drone ID digital certificates and examines who really benefits from them right now.

Why the Drone Network of Tomorrow is Farther Away than You...

Airspace integration and management solutions for drones continue to garner new investment, but most options are based on fairytale scenarios and raise more questions than answers. I’ve been doing research...