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Qualcomm unveils world’s 1st 5G platform to build drones

San Francisco, Aug 18 (IANS): Chip-maker Qualcomm has unveiled world’s first 5G and AI-enabled drone platform that will help drive the next generation of high-performance, low-power, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The Qualcomm Flight RB5 5G Platform helps accelerate development for commercial, enterprise, and industrial drones, and unleashes innovative possibilities …

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Drones to fly medical supplies in Kansas for pilot project

HUTCHINSON, Kan. (KSNW) — Within a matter of months, drones may be delivering medical items to and from the hospital in Hutchinson. Air Methods, an air medical service provider, has launched Spright, a drone program designed to help with supply challenges in the healthcare industry. Spright is kicking off the …

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Israeli drones patrolling oil fields in UAE, infrastructure worldwide

Israeli drones from the company Percepto are being used to monitor various locations in the United Arab Emirates, including oil fields, solar farms and other infrastructure. The drones are used for security purposes and also to identify malfunctions in real time. Percepto drone (REUTERS). The drones, equipped with night vision …

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Drones team with fighter aircraft and help inspect airports

Additional Loyal Wingman jet-powered drones are being developed. Plus, quadcopters are helping calibrate and maintain aviation ground navigation systems. I’ve previously discussed the Loyal Wingman project. Companies in the United States and Australia are developing unmanned full-scale jet-powered drones t0 fly alongside frontline fighters, and perhaps take on riskier missions. …

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Mobilicom launches world-first AI-based 360° Cybersecurity Suite for drones, robotics

Mobilicom has added to its drone and robotics smart solutions offering, launching the world’s first AI-based 360° Cybersecurity system that can detect, prevent and respond to multiple drone/robotics cyber-attacks in real-time without requiring intervention by an operator. Mobilicom’s Immunity Cybersecurity and Encryption (ICE) Cybersecurity Suite has been specifically designed for …

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Drones, Navy, Attack Ships: Is It Enough to Address the World’s Latest Piracy Hotspots?

Maritime Security Force helicopters are preparing to rescue members of the unit during anti-piracy training when the Nigerian government launches the Deep Blue project in Lagos, Nigeria, on June 10, 2021. ..Reuters / Temired Door Delaja August 17, 2021 Libby George Lagos (Reuters) – As the attacking vessel zooms out, …

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UK looks at drones, 3D printing to fix its dimpled roads

The UK Department for Transport (DfT) is launching a multimillion-pound initiative to improve local roads across England. Among other things, this program aims to explore the use of drones and 3D printing technology when it comes to finding and fixing potholes. According to a bunch of measures announced by Transport …

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Intel Teases Dual-Fan Arc GPU Using 1,000 Drones | Tom’s Hardware

We recently covered the announcement of Intel’s Arc Alchemist discrete gaming GPUs, but the company’s Graphics Twitter account recently posted a one-minute video showing a dual-fan GPU. Perhaps this will be the cooling design that will be used on the upcoming release of Intel’s Alchemist GPU. Intel hasn’t confirmed the …

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Dawn of Drones Podcast: Toni Drummond, and AUVSI

This week Dawn’s at AUVSI Xponential, bringing you a double episode of the Dawn of Drones Podcast! On Wednesday, August 18 at 11:00 a.m EST Dawn will feature Toni Drummond, Founder/CEO, Global Aerial Management Group.  After a brief intermission, she’ll bring you Michael Robbins, Executive VP, Government and Public Affairs and …

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Life under the drones – Mondoweiss

Israel never misses a chance to ruin Gaza’s mornings. After the 11-day war stopped, drones kept hovering in our sky. Then, they disappeared for a while. Or to be more accurate, they rose higher in the sky so their truly awful buzzing couldn’t be heard. However, this morning I woke …

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Hypocritical US senators cry crocodile tears over Turkish drones: analysis

What do armed Turkish UAVs endanger in reality: the interests of US gun lobbies or the flow of money from lobbies that steer US domestic politics? By Mehmet A. Kanci – The writer is a seasoned journalist who writes analyses on Turkish foreign policy. ISTANBUL (AA) – …

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Indian Govt Grants Drones Usage To 10 Organisations

Most common usage of drones among the 10 organisations was for agricultural purpose Drones were also allowed for pilot training and aerial surveillance National Health Mission was allowed to use drones to deliver essential healthcare items in tribal areas The Government of India has granted drone usage permission to 10 …

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