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Drone Girl 01/09/2020 09:18
Google loves drone delivery. The Girl Scouts love drone delivery. Heck, even Bono loves drone delivery. But most American’s don’t. A study commissioned by Alexandria, Virginia-based international public affairs firm The Hawthorn Group asked Americans questions around whether they view drones unfavorably or favorably, whether they had safety concerns, and whether they expect drones to […]. .
Drone Girl 01/04/2020 09:08
The 2020 Consumer Electronics Show kicks off this week in Las Vegas, Nevada. And you can expect, as always, a plethora of drone product launches, industry expert discussions and more. As always, the event is going to be huge. Last year’s show featured about 4,500 exhibitors showing off their latest products and services to more […]. .
Drone Girl 01/03/2020 10:51
More than half of Americans want to ban DJI drones. Or at least that’s according to one study. Alexandria, Virginia-based international public affairs firm The Hawthorn Group commissioned a study gauging people’s opinions about drones. And of the 801 completed telephone interviews, 54.7% of Americans effectively admitted they wanted to ban DJI drones. Now it […]. .
Drone Girl 12/26/2019 14:26
It’s a belated Christmas of sorts for the drone industry, as the Federal Aviation Administration today released its drone remote ID proposal. And whether you view this gift as a coal or a crown, there’s a lot to unwrap here. Remote ID is essentially a system of creating license plates for drones. But instead of […]. .
Drone Girl 12/06/2019 06:21
A little kid might be too young to fly even the smallest of drones. But the ‘Leonardo the Drone’ children’s book series is a delightful way to expose young children to the world of drones, photography and STEM through reading. And the book incorporates a neat bit of technology itself. “The Adventures of Leonardo the […]. .
Drone Girl 12/04/2019 09:39
Great news for U.S. veterans looking to get into the drone industry: there’s now an opportunity for veterans to get free drone training. The United States Department of Veteran Affairs this month approved Drone Workforce Solutions (DWS) to cover all or part of the training costs to veterans through the GI bill. The courses are […]. .

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