The Art and Science of Modern Drone Design

For over a hundred years now, men and women have been designing flying machines of all kinds. Beautiful machines, ugly machines, odd contraptions and crazy ideas alike have taken to the sky after emerging from the design table to enter a prototype stage. All of them have a story, but only some have been able…

Live from the 2018 European Drone Summit

Technology is usually where it needs to be, but regulation and establishment of framework are often the challenge, from Jane Rosenmann at @UAVDACH Drone Summit pic.twitter.com/NDgQ3fpDSU — Jeremiah Karpowicz (@jeremiahkarp) October 15, 2018 The 2018 European Drone Summit that took place the day before INTERGEO 2018 was designed to enable and support what organizers described…

EASA Adopts EU-Wide Drone Rules

On both sides the Atlantic, the issue of integrating manned and unmanned aerial vehicles over controlled airspace has two distinct angles: one is technological and the other regulatory. These are issues the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the USA and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in Europe are directly dealing with, as the agencies…

Cell Tower Scan from Drone Harmony Transforms Expectations for Cell Tower Inspections

With the insatiable appetite of the general public and enterprise alike for faster and more reliable mobile connectivity, telecommunication companies are engaged in a fierce race to out-maneuver each other in terms of speed, access and dependability of their wireless networks. One unintended consequence of this race to the top is the constant construction, upgrading…