In the 5th edition of Drone Life News, Paul and Miriam McNabb of DroneLife and JobforDrones go over a few of the most recent and most amazing news from the world of drones.
Our most significant story today has to do with market significant, GE’s venture into the drone market. GE has actually collaborate with mapping service provider Micro Drones as they try to get a grip in this quickly growing drone market. With their comprehensive experience in the air travel and turbine market, it stays to be seen if GE can be successful in this market where other American drone makers have actually stunningly stopped working
Successive, you will find out how Verizon’s strategy to take advantage of 5G to enormously enhance drone flight efficiency.
Do not miss our last story which has to do with DOI launching a Blue sUAS list including 5 government-approved drone services. With numerous drone makers misusing the “Made in America” tag, the DOI has actually lastly offered some much-needed information on this topic.
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- [00:32] GE Partners up with Micro Drones to release commercial drones
- [03:10] Verizon, Skyward drones, and 5G
- [06:55] Are American-made drones lastly acquiring a grip in the drone market?
- [09:17] How FTC is punishing drone makers misusing the “Made the America” tag
- [10:00] DOI releases Blue sUAS List including 5 government-approved drone services