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Intel and GoPro Are Losing

Drone Wars: Why Intel and GoPro Are LosingInvestopedia

Drone Wars: Why Intel and GoPro Are Losing The U.S. has a long reputation as a global leader in technological advances, just a few examples being the Internet, software and artificial intelligence (AI). However, you may be surprised to learn that this isn’t the case with consumer drones, where the leader is an obscure, privately-held Chinese company called DJI, which…

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Cyberhawk in action at CeBIT

Cyberhawk in action at CeBIT, Hannover

Cyberhawk in action at CeBIT, Hannover Cyberhawk Innovations, the world leader in aerial inspection and survey using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), is taking part in a live drone demo showcase during this year’s CeBIT in Hannover, Germany. The showcase will highlight the diverse commercial applications of drones, providing attendees with a unique insight to UAV technology, its potential and how…

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A Drone Made For Aerial Light Shows

Intel unveils a drone made for aerial light shows

Intel unveils a drone made for aerial light shows Shooting Star can fly safely in massive swarms. Intel isn’t just using drone swarms to show off its robotics prowess — it’s building a business around them. The chip maker has unveiled the Shooting Star, a quadcopter drone tailor-made for light shows. Its companion software automates the animation process, telling the…

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Tech Powerhouse Enables Innovation

Intel's innovation in cloud computing, data center, Internet of Things, & PC solutions is powering the smart and connected digital world we live in.

Intel Incoming: Tech Powerhouse Enables Innovation Throughout the Drone Ecosystem Article Source: Drone Life Author: FRANK SCHROTH With each wave of technological innovation dominant players emerge. With PCs, there were Intel, Microsoft, IBM, and Apple. With the internet, Google, Facebook, and Amazon became dominant. With mobile phones, there was a resurgent Apple, adaptive Google, and emerging Samsung. As these waves recede,…

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The First Drone With Intel Outside

The Intel Cockpit (top) and Intel's Falcon 8+ drone (bottom). (Image credit: Intel)

Behold, the first drone with Intel outside The Falcon 8+ is an Intel-branded drone built for industrial jobs Source: The Verge Intel continues to make inroads into the drone industry, announcing this week the company’s first branded drone for commercial use. The Falcon 8+ system is a complete package designed for “industrial inspection, surveying, and mapping,” and is built around an octocopter…

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Intel Releases New Aero Drone

Intel unveils a ready-to-fly drone, the Aero, to win over developers

Intel Releases New Aero Drone (INTC) Source: Investopedia Chip maker Intel (INTC) released a new ready- to-fly drone named the Aero, at the Intel Develop Forum Tuesday. The high-tech hardware product will target software developers, rather than casual drone hobbyists or commercial drone operators, according to Techcrunch. Intel is one of many companies in the chip-making space competing for market…

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