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American Robotics CEO Discusses Diversifying U.S. Drone Market, Prospects for 2023
December 28, 2022
American Robotics obtained FAA approval for BVLOS operations, acquired other drone and data companies, and saw strong demand from the oil and gas industry, said its CEO.
Dynam.AI Launches Contextual Machine Learning Approach for Autonomous Services
November 15, 2022
Dynam.AI has released a new machine-learning product that helps artificial intelligence understand the laws of physics.
Remote Inspection Evolves With Lidar Drones
November 13, 2022
Lidar drones, or aerial robots equipped with lidar sensors and mapping software, can save time, money, and even lives in inspection, maintenance, and search and rescue operations.
American Robotics Partners With Infrared Cameras Inc. to Detect Methane Leaks
November 4, 2022
American Robotics, a unit of Ondas Holdings, will equip Scout drones with ICI sensors to automate oil and gas asset inspection and identify hazardous methane leaks.
3 Types of Agricultural Robots That Are Improving Global Productivity
October 23, 2022
Agricultural robots and artificial intelligence are not only helping to improve productivity, but they can also benefit the global economy, according to analysts.
American Robotics Receives FAA Approvals for BVLOS Flights and Unlimited Commercial Drone Operations
September 1, 2022
American Robotics, a unit of Ondas Holdings, said FAA approvals for beyond visual line-of-sight and unlimited commercial operations will let drone deployments scale.
Ondas Holdings, Owner of American Robotics, Plans to Acquire Airobotics
July 5, 2022
Ondas Holdings, which owns American Robotics and Ardenna, said Airobotics' "drone in a box" will complement its American Robotics BVLOS drones and Ardenna data analytics offerings.
Ondas Holdings Says ScottsMiracle-Gro Will Use American Robotics’ Autonomous Drones for Crop Analysis
May 10, 2022
Ondas Holdings' American Robotics subsidiary will provide its Scout System to autonomously collect field data daily for ScottsMiracle-Gro's lawn genetics research.
American Robotics Gets FAA Approval to Deploy Drones Without Operators at Seven Additional Sites
April 27, 2022
American Robotics, which had already received FAA permission to fly beyond the visual line of sight at three sites, can now operate drones without people on site across six states.
American Robotics Owner Ondas Acquires Ardenna to Offer Drone Analytics for Rail Inspection
March 21, 2022
Ondas Holdings, which owns industrial drone provider American Robotics, plans to integrate Ardenna's image-processing capabilities to make inspections easier and railways safer.
American Robotics CEO Discusses Drone Development From the Lab to Real World Use
October 28, 2021
As American Robotics merges with Ondas, commercializes its Scout drone with FAA approval for BVLOS operations, and expands staff and headquarters, its CEO discusses the choices it made.
Stockpile Reports Chooses American Robotics to Build Out Automated Drone Program
July 9, 2021
American Robotics' Scout system, which has FAA approval for BVLOS flights with no people present, will be integrated with Stockpile Reports' real-time digitization of industrial materials.
American Robotics Joins FAA Rulemaking Committee on BVLOS Drone Operations
July 5, 2021
American Robotics is joining the FAA's Unmanned Aerial System Beyond Visual Line of Sight Aviation Rulemaking Committee to develop recommendations for regulations for autonomous flights.
American Robotics and SARA Collaborate on Fully Autonomous Drone Safety in U.S. Airspace
June 25, 2021
BVLOS commercial drone operations are coming closer, with American Robotics' Scout drones using Scientific Applications & Research Associates' SARA acoustics aircraft-detection technology.
Top 10 Robotics Transactions of May 2021
June 5, 2021
Robotics transactions in May 2021 slowed from the previous month, but companies supplying autonomous trucks, software and sensors, and systems for new applications raised millions of dollars.