EU proposal increases liability of AI makers in drone and other tech mishaps

EU drones AI

The executive body of the European Union (EU) has introduced draft regulation that would make it easier for individuals and organizations to sue companies whose products – including drones – caused prejudice, damage, or injury due to malfunctioning or misuse of integrated artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

Continue Reading

AiRMOUR tests drones in medical emergency supplies, personnel transport

European UAV research and innovation organization AiRMOUR has launched a series of tests using drones – including an EHang air taxi – to substantiate the potential advantages of the craft in responding to life-threatening medical emergencies.

Continue Reading

Dronamics, Cotesa pair for middle-mile delivery drone production

Europe’s middle-mile drone delivery specialist Dronamics has announced a strategic partnership with Cotesa, a German composite fiber components producer, which will produce the aviation transport group’s flagship Black Swan automated UAV.

Continue Reading

Drone incidents drop in the EASA’s 2021 annual safety report

The European Union’s air transport regulator, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), has issued its latest annual safety review, which in terms of drones shows a drop in incidents and accidents across the board.

Continue Reading

DJI receives world’s first C1 drone certificate for Mavic 3 series

Tech giant DJI says it has become the first drone manufacturer in the world to receive the Class C1 type certificate under the new European drone regulation. DJI has been granted this certificate for the Mavic 3 drone series.

Continue Reading

Dronamics taps Oz’s Quickstep for middle-mile delivery drone production

European middle-mile drone delivery specialist Dronamics has chosen Australian aviation engineering and manufacturing company Quickstep as its first major partner in producing its automated Black Swan UAVs.

Continue Reading