Page 1 of 2 pages.
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.
Flytrex Releases ‘Yardstick’ Report on 2022 Drone Delivery Customer Trends
March 28, 2023
Flytrex reported that its drone deliveries continued to expand in North Carolina and Texas in 2022, with sevenfold growth year over year and 21,350 orders.
Reliable Robotics Wins U.S. Air Force Contract to Study Large Aircraft Automation
February 9, 2023
Reliable Robotics is developing automation and remote piloting for large, multi-engine cargo jets for the U.S. Air Force, as well as commercial customers.
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.
Hidden Level Airspace Monitoring Service to Track Drone Compliance With New FAA Rules
December 12, 2022
Hidden Level said its Airspace Monitoring Service relieves drone operators from having to manage sensors for compliance with the FAA's remote ID requirements.
Charleys Philly Steaks Partners With Flytrex to Bring Flying Cheesesteaks to Durham, N.C.
September 29, 2022
Charleys, which claims to be the largest cheesesteak franchise in the world, has partnered with Flytrex for fast service as the drone delivery firm keeps expanding.
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.
Flytrex Receives FAA Approval to Double Drone Delivery Radius to Two Nautical Miles
July 28, 2022
Flytrex, which is conducting drone deliveries in North Carolina and Texas, said its latest FAA approval will enable it to serve more than 100,000 customers.
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.
Flytrex Partners With The Ice Cream Shop for Frosty Drone Deliveries
May 25, 2022
Flytrex has added The Ice Cream Shop, Unilever's first digital storefront, to its drone delivery services in North Carolina and Texas as summer begins.
Flytrex Partners With Jersey Mike’s to Add Subs to Drone Delivery Menu
May 12, 2022
Jersey Mikes Subs and Flytrex are making food orders including freshly made sandwiches available for mobile ordering and drone delivery in Holly Springs, N.C.
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.
Flytrex Receives FAA Approval to Expand Drone Deliveries to 1 Mile, 10k Homes
December 14, 2021
Flytrex, which has conducted thousands of drone deliveries of food and other retail goods in North Carolina, plans to use its latest FAA approval to expand its service area.
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.