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Don’t Fly Blind: The Business of Air Traffic Awareness for Drones
UTM, air traffic awareness, remote ID and tracking, and collision avoidance are all hot topics in the drone industry. As these frameworks and technologies develop, risks will decrease, regulations will ease, and the applications that commercial drones are regularly able to perform will expand dramatically.
Drone Delivery: Google’s Project Wing Takes Off In Australia
From the distance comes a high-pitched whining. It sounds horrible, like a giant mosquito. Or maybe a herd of angry mice screaming in a wind tunnel. It is in fact a flying burrito. And it’s flying courtesy of Wing’s ambitious drone delivery program.
That’s right: Google/Alphabet’ Project Wing has been given the green light to turn its drone delivery trials in Canberra, Australia, into a fully-fledged service that’s open to the public.
Commercial UAV Expo Europe: PwC Names 6 Trends in the Drone Industry
1) Telecom will be a major beneficiary of the drone industry.
2) Energy Grid Operators are Scaling Up Autonomous Detection of Failure Modes
3) Drones and photogrammetry are becoming standard tools in the mining industry.
4) UAV urban mobility pilots are spreading across Europe.
6) There is rapid growth in counter drone technology.