Browse Sites By Tag: newsbytes — Flying taxis could become a reality in Australia within four years! As per an announcement from Uber, Melbourne will be one of three cities to pilot its latest ambitious ride hailing service. Uber claims test flights will begin next year and commercial operations in 2023. Other Australian cities are…
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — The Arkansas-based chain has filed 97 new drone patents with the World Intellectual Property Organisation since July 2018, according to research by accounting firm BDO. In the same period, Amazon registered 54 product ideas.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Regulations on drone operations in Malaysia need to be updated to maintain the local industry's innovation, a move that some government agencies are working on, say tech bosses.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — The Government has been considering noise issues since March and has now decided to look at the technology on a formal level.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Civil Aviation Safety Authority plans to ditch its Can I Fly There? app
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — More interestingly though, if you look at the 2017/18 time frame, DJI filed more drone patents that Walmart and Amazon combined.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — What is this world coming to when you can’t even enjoy sitting in your living room without some jamoke flying a drone in through the window? Is nothing sacred? Won’t someone think of the children?
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Uber has begun testing a service for the delivery of food using drones in San Diego, United States. At this stage, the drones can only be delivered from the network “McDonald’s”, but before the end of 2019 to appear and other restaurants, writes TJournal.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — After the Raptors took down defending champs the Golden State Warriors to claim their first-ever NBA championship, Toronto had something to say about it.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — At the end of the camp, students get to become honorary junior drone pilots and get presented with their wings pin to wear.
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