Drone over Houses of Parliament sparks scare – but it's just a building survey
A drone flown over the Houses of Parliament sparked security fears after estate staff failed to tell MPs it was carrying out a building survey. Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski was working in his office when he heard the whirring noise of a drone and saw it flying close to office windows at Westminster’s Portcullis House. Today he is urging the office of Parliament’s head of security, the Sergeant-at-Arms, to tell staff when and why the machines are bei…
Drone Partnerships Gone Wild
Guest post by Drone Industry Insights — The last year in the drone industry moved at incredible pace – especially when it comes to strategic drone partnerships. We frequently provided updates about pa
Drones in Houston would be a force multiplier for rescue efforts – so why is the FAA telling them to stay away?
Drones are not a burden, they are a force multiplier for first responders in these situations. Instead of banning drones out of pure laziness, the FAA should be identifying proper use boundaries so more lives can be saved using them.
EPFL stages first ever public showcase of drone technology
Members of the public can watch drone racing, learn how to fly a drone and get an insight into the latest drone research in a new event at EPFL, the federal technology institute in Lausanne, this weekend.
Amazon Gets Patent for Data Collecting Drones
Drones delivering packages aren’t enough for Amazon. It wants them to collect data, too.
Hurricane Harvey Drone Footage Is Absolutely Heartbreaking
We’ve all seen plenty of heartbreaking images from Texas this weekend, as vicious floods continue to destroy lives and property in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. But some of the most chilling footage has been taken from the sky, as hobby drones in the region document the devastation that’s still taking place.
Drone King DJI Has a Serious Pentagon Problem
The popular consumer drone maker can’t ignore Army warnings about its civilian products.