Last call for InterDrone registration before prices go up!

Organizers of the International Drone Conference and Exposition 2021 are urging straggling attendees to register quickly, ahead of 30% price increases for full conference passes slated April 30, and Expo access May 29. 

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InterDrone 2021 speakers announced: Skydio, Auterion, more

InterDrone has released the list of speakers at the InterDrone 2021 conference, with industry leaders from Skydio, Auterion, NUAIR, Iris Automation, and more set to appear. There are close to 100 speakers in total with backgrounds in energy, infrastructure, public safety, regulation, and construction.

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InterDrone 2020 registration is now officially open!

One of the bigger drone expos each year is InterDrone. This year the show will take place From August 18th through 21st in Dallas Texas. And the registration for InterDrone 2020 is now officially open. Sign up now to enjoy the super-early-bird pricing.

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DroneInch announces the industry’s first low-cost pay-by-mission Drone Flight Automation solution

DroneInch announces the industry’s first low-cost pay-by- mission Drone Flight Automation solution on economical off-the-shelf drones for inspections, surveys, and deliveries.

Auterion announces MAVSDK Software Development Kit for the drone communications protocol MAVLink

Auterion, the leading open-source operating system for enterprise drones, today announced the release of MAVSDK, a set of libraries in different programming languages (C++, Python, Swift, Java) that provide a high-level API to the MAVLink protocol for communication between a ground control station and drones, or the drone and a payload sensor.

Impossible Aerospace, founded by former Tesla engineer launched a new drone with a two-hour flight time

Impossible Aerospace first showed their new drone the US-1 at InterDrone last week. What sets this drone apart from all other quadcopters, is its 2-hour flight time. This unmanned aircraft is uniquely designed with the batteries forming an integral part of its structure. As a result, the drone can fit many more batteries and thus achieve its extra long flight time. A little background information on the company and its founder may explain this radical approach to the design of the drone. The US start-up Impossible Aerospace was founded by former Tesla module battery design engineer Spencer Gore in 2016. The Sunnyvale, California-based company has received $9.4 million in a Series A funding to develop the drone.

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