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A few recent noteworthy news items

Drone operators gear up as DGCA grants permission for delivery trials

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Drone companies and delivery start-ups are gearing up for trial operations with their consortium partners after the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCS) gave them go ahead for conducting experimental Below Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations.
DGCA Permits Dunzo, Swiggy And Zomato To Test Drone Delivery Services: Report

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The food delivery startups, Zomato, Swiggy and Dunzo are among the companies that have received special permission to conduct experimental flights in order to test their drone-based food delivery services.
BVLOS Operations: 13 consortia get aviation ministry approval to operate drones

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The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) has granted exemptions to 13 consortia to operate drones on an experimental basis, without the need for unique identification numbers and operator permits.
Unknown Drone: Identify Yourself

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The Federal Aviation Administration wants to be able to identify and locate every
drone flying if it weighs more than about a half-pound, and a newly proposed rule sets the stage for this to happen in the years ahead.
US regulator grants exemption for drone flight during lockdown

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The US Federal Aviation Administration has offered its first coronavirus-related waiver for drone flight, allowing an oil and gas company in Houston, Texas, to use unmanned aircraft instead of humans to inspect its facilities while staff remain confined in lockdown.
Amit Ganjoo Details the New SmartSkies Drone Airspace Authorization Platform from ANRA Technologies

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Announced today, the new SmartSkies(TM) platform from ANRA Technologies allows drone pilots to obtain approval for drone operations within controlled or sensitive airspace using a simple mobile application or web portal.

CORONAVIRUS: Why you still can’t get Drone Package Deliveries?

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Chances are it’s one of the two, as the fabled drone has yet to take off in a particularly big way. As the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, it seems a perfect opportunity to let these flying machines soar – so why aren’t they filling the sky?

NASA moves forward with 17 companies as part of bid to transform urban aerial transportation

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NASA and a clutch of startup and established companies are moving forward with plans to transform mobility in urban environments through the Urban Air Mobility Grand Challenge.
Talking UTM with Amit Ganjoo, Founder of ANRA Technologies

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As regulators, air navigation service providers and private companies continue work toward integrating unmanned traffic into the global airspace, Avionics International visited the offices of ANRA Technologies, a provider of airspace management services and workflow orchestration, to discuss unmanned traffic management with founder and CEO Amit Ganjoo.

India needs to leverage Drone lessons from across the globe

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There are plenty of other technologies out there that have the potential to cause far more damage. I worry more about how implementations and frameworks around drones will get fragmented globally, where every nation tries to reinvent the wheel, says Ganjoo

Drones will swarm our skies when these 3 things happen

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Drone makers have to convince us that airborne burritos and transplant organs are worth the noise and privacy invasion.

 

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