Why is the EASA final rule for the operation of unmanned aircraft elusive and why time is an important factor for a successful regulation procedure? On December 18, 2015, the EASA published the Technical Note “Introduction of a regulatory framework for the operation of unmanned aircraft” for the operation of drones or unmanned aircraft in[…]
While the anti-science, anti-vaxxer crowd continues to shoot up media attention with dose after dose of misguided information, low-income nations with actual medical problems face real-world problems when it comes to obtaining vaccines. Vaccines delivered by ground vehicles to people in need can often spoil before arriving due to supply-chain bottlenecks and other inefficiencies, depriving[…]
Let’s summarize the companies that entered into partnerships in the drone industry last year. What is obvious is that in recent times a great deal of strategic decisions has dramatically increased the rate of partnerships either to broaden the portfolios, to occupy a niche, or to secure a position before a competitor does so. It[…]
The government and companies started a trial of a drone home delivery service in Chiba Prefecture on Monday, with drones loaded with packages flying between condominiums, commercial facilities and adjacent parks. The joint project involving the central government, the city of Chiba, research institutions and companies including e-commerce giant Rakuten Inc. is the first drone[…]
Unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS,” or more commonly, “drones”) have become a valuable tool for agriculture, inspections, surveying and video capturing. Indeed, having an “eye” on the sky allows to have completely new perspective and possibilities for several businesses.
Postal deliveries by drone could be coming to Cyprus within two or three years, according to Director of the Cyprus Post, Andreas Gregoriou. Speaking to the Cyprus News Agency (CNA), Gregoriou said that in order for this to be an option for Cyprus Post users, drone manufacturers need to resolve some issues and a legal[…]