WiBotic Introduces PowerPad Pro to Provide Wireless Charging, Data Transfer for Industrial UAVs
May 4, 2023
WiBotic said its new PowerPad Pro can wirelessly charge different drones, as well as download and process valuable mission and image data for a number of industrial applications.
VOTIX Enlists Help of Iris Automation to Provide Detect and Alert System for BVLOS Drones
February 22, 2023
The companies said the integration enables remote operations for effective and flexible drone BVLOS deployments, from routine automated inspections of critical infrastructure to Drone as First Responder programs.
Wireless Connectivity to Enable Warehouse Robotics in 2023, Notes Rajant
January 20, 2023
Wireless connectivity does not get the attention of 5G networks and cloud computing, but it's still key to improving warehouse efficiency with robots, writes a Rajant executive.
Drone Deliveries to Continue Growth in 2023, According to Flytrex CEO
December 29, 2022
Drone deliveries are not yet widespread, but that will change in the coming year as technical and regulatory hurdles ease, explained Yariv Bash, CEO of Flytrex.
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.
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.
AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2022 Focuses on Use Cases, Regulation, and Workforce of the Future
May 31, 2022
AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2022 panelists discussed the importance of public safety for drone and autonomous truck developers and operations, as well as the need for more skilled workers.
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 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.
Flying Ship Technologies, PROBOTEK to Jointly Deliver Robotic Maritime Vessels
August 19, 2021
Flying Ship Technologies plans to integrate PROBOTEK's software into its wing-in-ground-effect vessels for semi-autonomous, low-emissions deliveries, starting in Greece.
Honeywell Technology for Light Drones to Triple Range With Hydrogen Fuel Cells
August 18, 2021
Honeywell said that its Beyond Visual Line of Sight suite includes hydrogen cells and radar for quieter, less polluting, longer-range, and more autonomous drone operations.
Pipistrel to Use Honeywell Satellite Communications Tech in New Drones
August 16, 2021
Honeywell Aerospace said its satellite communications system for small unmanned aerial vehicles will enable Pipistrel's Nuuva and Surveyor drones to provide data for fleet management.
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.
Volocopter and Near Earth Autonomy to Test VoloDrone Autonomous Flight Capabilities
May 27, 2021
Volocopter plans to combine its heavy-duty electric vertical takeoff and landing VoloDrone with Near Earth Autonomy's autonomous flight technology for beyond visual line-of-sight logistics.