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Drones Delivering Mail In France

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Drones Delivering Mail In France – It’s In The Works It’s an experiment at first, but it’s happening. According to recent news articles, specifically the article France is going to let drones start delivering the mail, posted on Recode, the French postal service will soon allow drones to deliver the mail.  The new drone delivery program plans to carry parcels on…

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GRIFF Aviation Launches The GRIFF 300

THE GRIFF 300

GRIFF Aviation Launches The GRIFF 300 – A Game-Changer In Drones GRIFF Aviation launched its game-changing GRIFF 300 drone (Wednesday, December 14), at a successful public demonstration. The GRIFF 300 is unique in the UAS (Unmanned Aerial System) market, combining unique aviation-authority certification, unrivalled lifting capacity (ten times that of other systems on the market) and a long flight time….

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Commercial Drone Pilot Certificates Tripled In 2016

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Commercial Drone Pilot Certificates Tripled In 2016 In The U.S. The numbers reached nearly 23,000 certificates According to recent news articles, nearly 23,000 people in the U.S. are now certified to operate a drone commercially. Over 550,000 drones have been registered for both consumer and commercial applications. While the commercial pilot certification rules and regulations didn’t go into effect until this…

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First Humanitarian Drone Testing Corridor

Children in Malawi watch a community drone demonstration in Lilongwe. In March, the Ministry of Health and UNICEF launched the first 10km auto programmed flight to speed up testing and diagnosis of HIV in infants. © UNICEF/UN013394/Khonje

The Government of Malawi and UNICEF Announce First Humanitarian Drone Testing Corridor In Africa LILONGWE, Malawi/NEW YORK, 15 December 2016 – The Government of Malawi and UNICEF have announced the establishment of an air corridor to test potential humanitarian use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) – also known as drones. The corridor is the first in Africa and one of the…

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