Parrot is selling senseFly and eBee drones to AgEagle for $23M

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In less than a year, Europe-based drone group Parrot has announced the sale of two of its subsidiary companies to AgEagle Aerial Systems. The first was sensor specialist MicaSense. And now, fixed-wing drone maker senseFly is going to exit from Parrot’s portfolio.

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High-tech combat specialist 4GD partners with Parrot’s ANAFI USA drones

Tech-savvy immersive close-combat specialist 4GD has struck a partnership with leading European drone manufacturer Parrot to integrate ANAFI USA drones into its synthetic training courses, allowing participating pilots to fly missions in exactly replicated battle situations.

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Parrot wants pro pilots to test its new ANAFI Ai drone

If you’re a professional drone pilot who routinely uses flying robots in complex environments, you would want to check out this Early Access Program being offered by Parrot. The drone maker is handing out the new ANAFI Ai drone for a loan period of two months to test users who can help the company to evaluate the machine’s 4G standards.

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Parrot partners with Verizon to give ANAFI Ai drone 4G LTE connectivity out of the box

It’s been a month since Parrot announced its new commercial drone, ANAFI Ai — an admittedly stylish machine that uses 4G LTE as the primary data link between the drone and the operator. Now, we have more details on how Parrot will make sure operators in the United States are able to utilize this intriguing feature out of the box.

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Parrot Anafi Ai drone’s 4G connectivity feature: innovation or marketing stunt?

Drone manufacturer Parrot’s latest offering, the ANAFI Ai, has a definite attention-grabbing feature – 4G connectivity. But just how useful is long-range control going to be in a drone whose useable flight time is under 25 minutes remains to be seen.

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Parrot releases ANAFI Ai – a 4G Enterprise drone

Drone manufacturer Parrot has just announced a new drone. It has a number of interesting features, but the most compelling is its use of the 4G network – allowing it to fly Beyond Visual Line of Sight flights wherever there’s a 4G cellular network.

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