Red Cat to sell consumer drone units Rotor Riot and Fat Shark to focus on security specialist Teal

Diversified aerial tech group Red Cat Holdings is moving to tighten its range of activities with the announcement it will sell its two consumer drone divisions, Rotor Riot and Fat Shark, to focus on the military and security activities of its surging Teal unit.

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DJI drones pass critical data security metric set by US, Canada

DJI says its drone hardware has been validated in a vital security benchmark established jointly by the US Department of Commerce and the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security. Achieving this globally recognized security standard is important for the Chinese drone maker, which has faced recurrent negative publicity on accusations that its drones share user data back with state organizations in China.

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UK coast safety and rescue group divides over drone ban decision

group in Wales that monitors the local coast to keep visitors safe from rapidly shifting tides has broken away from its national organization after it was banned from continued deployment of its drone as part of its operation. 

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DJI Mini 2 drone combo falls to $509 in Cyber Monday deal

Looking for Cyber Monday 2022 deals on DJI drones? The tech giant’s best 4K drone for the money can be picked up today for only $509 instead of its usual $599 retail tag.

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Save $120 on DJI Mini 3 Pro with this Black Friday deal

Were you disappointed to see DJI not putting the Mini 3 Pro up for a discount in the run-up to Black Friday? Fret not, a deal that has now gone live will get you the tech giant’s latest sub-250-gram drone, RC controller, Fly More kit, and a ton of accessories at $120 off.

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Report of DJI ‘Chinese drone threat’ in DC skies should direct accusing finger at US legislators

Is DJI really the ominous data threat to its customers – and even to US national security – that detractors claim, or might it instead be the victim of a broadening effort of sector rivals and allied politicians to undermine the company’s favored status among both private and enterprise drone buyers? The question has arisen anew with a report this week in US media ringing alarm bells about a purported “Chinese drone spy threat” the company’s craft pose.

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