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Russia’s Swarm-93

Russia’s Swarm-93

At a security exposition in Moscow in late October, researchers from Russia’s oldest Air Force academy presented a vision of the future of war: a swarm of drones, more than 100 strong, each carrying a small explosive payload, designed to destroy convoys of vehicles. While a far cry from reality today, the technology stands as […]
Commercial UAV Expo Americas

Commercial UAV Expo Americas

A record-breaking number of exhibitors and attendees gathered last week for Commercial UAV Expo Americas 2019, held October 28-30th at the Westgate Hotel in Las Vegas. The fifth annual event had 202 exhibitors and more than 3,100 professionals in the commercial drone industry, cementing its place as the largest and most important commercial UAS-focused event […]

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ATHENA Shoots Down Drones

ATHENA Shoots Down Drones

Members of the U.S. Air Force used the Advanced Test High Energy Asset, referred to as ATHENA, to shoot down a variety of drones in a Lockheed Martin demonstration of the technology. In the latest test of the ground-portable laser weapon system, Airmen engaged and shot down multiple fixed wing and rotary drones at a […]
FAA NOTAM Summit

FAA NOTAM Summit

The FAA is updating the Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) system, and you’re invited to join their free summit that will help you to understand the updates and how they may affect you. Here’s the scoop from the FAA: As part of the FAA’s NOTAM modernization initiative, the FAA is hosting a NOTAM Data Optimization Summit […]

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Thanking All Veterans

Thanking All Veterans

Of America’s veterans, General Pershing said “Time will not dim the glory of their deeds.”  Team RotorDrone Pro would like to take this opportunity to thank our veterans for their service and sacrifice to our nation. Your deeds and your service will never be forgotten.
Jupiter Tricopter

Jupiter Tricopter

Built “Jupiter” tough? This heavy-lift tricopter is no joke! Here’s the scoop direct from FlightWave: Picture a tough-as-nails pickup truck, one of the all-wheel-drive workhorses advertised during football games. That’s the best metaphor for our Jupiter tricopter: no nonsense, all muscle, made for missions where durability, endurance and precision control are required. Patented tilt-pod technology […]

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Chimney Sweep?

Chimney Sweep?

Leading industrial drone solutions provider Terra Drone Corporation has successfully demonstrated its non-destructive testing (NDT) capabilities by inspecting a 160-meter chimney at a thermal power plant in Japan. The chimney inspection was conducted using ultrasonic testing (UT) drone developed by Terra Drone group company Terra Inspectioneering, a market leader in wireless inspection of industrial, hazardous, […]
Czech Castles & Fairy Towns

Czech Castles & Fairy Towns

I never considered the Czech Republic as a travel destination when searching for new and exciting places to visit. Yet, when my girlfriend decided she wanted to celebrate a big birthday on a National Geographic Vienna to Prague Hiking Adventure trip through the Czech Republic, I was amenable. Little did I realize the trip would […]

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National Drone Safety Awareness Week

National Drone Safety Awareness Week

This coming week is National Drone Safety Awareness Week, a series of FAA-coordinated events designed to advance public understanding of drone safety and the benefits of drone operations. Look for stories about how drones are being used to increase personal safety here at RotorDrone Pro throughout the week. Maintaining the safety and efficiency of the […]
FAA Adds UAS Restrictions Over Prisons

FAA Adds UAS Restrictions Over Prisons

There are now 60 new places where you can’t fly–and probably shouldn’t have been flying: U.S. prisons. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today announced Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) airspace restrictions over additional national security sensitive locations, effective November 7. In cooperation with its federal partners, the FAA will restrict UAS operations in the airspace over 60 additional Department of […]
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