Autel Robotics Stories September 28

The Autel Robotics Dragonfish was first shown publicly back at CES in 2017 as a prototype and has slowly evolved over the last three years. The Dragonfish is now featured on Autel’s website with a maximum flight time of 120 minutes and a maximum video transmission range of 18.6 miles.

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Autel Robotics Stories September 3

Drone manufacturer Autel announced on September 3 that its EVO II Dual drone package is “Made in the USA” — meaning it will have a competitive edge over drones manufactured elsewhere — and particularly drones of Chinese origin. The Department of Interior has banned the use of Chinese-made drones or drones containing Chinese parts over data security concerns — and the Trump administration’s Anti-China sentiment seems to be growing.

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Autel Robotics Stories August 28

DJI has come out a winner in the war against Autel Robotics after the US International Trade Commission allowed DJI to continue selling drones even though they were found to infringe on some claims made. A big win for DJI who had a rough time with its drones.

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Autel Robotics Stories May 22

The Autel Robotics vs. DJI patent is the drone world’s equivalent of Apple vs. Samsung—an intellectual property suit that threatens to shut down the import of tech products into the US. Autel scored a small victory last week, with a preliminary ruling in its favor, but the case is long from over. expand full story

We are almost halfway into the year which has already had some significant new drone releases. How do these new drones compare to other hot models on the market? Let’s take a look at the latest offerings from DJI, Autel Robotics, and Skydio along with some models that are still going strong to identify the best consumer drones you can buy.

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Autel Robotics Stories May 18

Autel Robotics has won a patent dispute against drone giant DJI at the US International Trade Commission (ITC) last month after a judge found DJI violated Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 by selling drones that infringe US Patent No. 9, 260,184, which is owned by Autel Robotics.

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