In this podcast, American Robotics CEO Reese Mozer, CEO of American Robotics, the first drone company approved by the FAA to operate automated drones without human operators, discusses BVLOS. Also, Boston Dynamics’ Founder Marc Raibert reflects on dancing humanoids.
5G and Future Connectivity Requirements for Drones & Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
For many applications, traditional cellular communications, including 5G, are suboptimal for data-intense autonomous vehicles, UAVs, and robotics systems. What is required is new cellular communications solutions that provide seamless connectivity and unlimited range for vehicles, and ensure all data is transmitted and received to and from related parties from any location.
AeroVironment Expands from Military to Commercial Drone Applications
AeroVironment, which claims to be the largest supplier of drones to the U.S. military, is also an example of a pure-play robotics company that is profitable.
Alaska Team Performs BVLOS Drone Flight Without Human Observers
UAS Integration Pilot Program partners achieve milestone during pipeline inspection operation.
California Police Department Earns Drone Provision for BVLOS Flights
FAA approval lets public safety agencies expand geographical reach for drone response.
How State Farm Earned National Waiver for Drone Flights
Behind the scenes of how State Farm and Virginia Tech researchers were granted a national drone waiver for insurance claims inspections as hurricanes were threatening the U.S. East Coast.
Skeyetech System Receives French Approval for BVLOS Flights in Europe
Drone firm Azur Drones said it received first and only approval for fully automated drone system.
Airobotics Receives Australian Approval for BVLOS Drone Flights
Drone company now has approvals for pilotless operations in three countries.