Posts Tagged ‘drones’

Vorpal releases whitepaper addressing technology options for wide coverage drone situational awareness at airports and aviation facilities

Vorpal

Vorpal developer of geolocation solutions, has released a whitepaper in response to the growing global crisis facing airport operations and aviation security from commercial drones flying within controlled airspace. In order to guide effective and timely response efforts to such incursions, this document presents thoughtful analysis of the best technological solutions available for delivering complete…

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DroneShield is a provider in British Army Autonomous Warrior 2018

British army

DroneShield has given an ASX announcement with regards to the release of its involvement in British Army Autonomous Warrior 2018. The announcement detailed that DroneShield provides DroneSentinel for drone detection to the British Army Participates in the Autonomous Warrior 2018 exercise and enables the participants to detect hostile drones The British Army has launched a…

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Is more regulation for drones the answer?

As the number of drones or Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems (RPAS) in our skies continues to soar both for commercial and leisure use it is perhaps not too surprising that we are seeing more and more calls for enhanced regulation or, at the very least, more coordination and consistency of approach across borders. Tim Compston takes a closer look at demands for the increased regulation of drones.

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Bluesky announces Prototype Drone Flight Restriction Map

Bluesky announces Prototype Drone Flight Restriction Map

Bluesky announces Prototype Drone Flight Restriction Map Aerial mapping company Bluesky has produced a prototype map showing where it may be unsafe or even illegal to fly Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly referred to as Drones. Bluesky has combined an expertise in flight planning and 3D aerial mapping with various geographic datasets to come up…

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