Commercial drones in U.S. are expected to begin limited package deliveries within months

Commercial drones in U.S. are expected to begin limited package deliveries within months After lagging behind other countries for years, commercial drones in the U.S. are expected to begin limited package deliveries within months, according to federal regulators and industry officials. The momentum partly stems from stepped-up White House pressure, prompting closer cooperation between the… [read more]

Aerospace Industries Association supports remote ID for hobby, heavy drones

Aerospace Industries Association supports remote ID for hobby, heavy drones The Aviation Rule Committee (ARC) on UAS Identification and Tracking (UAS ID) was formed in June 2017 after plans to issue rules allowing drone flights over people were frozen, suddenly, early that year. The regulatory plan had stalled after both law enforcement and homeland security… [read more]

AIA report projects explosive growth of large unmanned aerial systems global market

AIA report projects explosive growth of large unmanned aerial systems global market In the not-too-distant future, large unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)—those flying above 400 feet and weighing more than 55 pounds—will begin populating the skies: transporting cargo, fighting fires, delivering WiFi and even flying people around the world. Think Bigger: Large Unmanned Systems and the… [read more]

Dorado drones – next “UBER” on blockchain for on-demand deliveries (Video)

Dorado drones – next “UBER” on blockchain for on-demand deliveries The next-generation on-demand delivery company Dorado, has revealed that it plans to raise $69M via its ICO. Dorado has already ‘pre-heated the oven” by raising $4M from institutional investors, including the ICO-focused Goldfish Fund, and it plans to offer the remaining allocation to the general… [read more]