3D-printing Unmanned Systems / Drones 

Top 3D Printing Technology Trends to Keep a Watch in 2022

The year 2021 was one of the most challenging years for every sector, but the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t affect the three-dimensional (3D) printing sector comparatively. According to BIS Research, the 3D printing software and service market was valued at $9,661.7 million in 2021 and is expected to reach $80,847.6 million by 2031, at a growing rate of 24.3% during the forecast period 2022-2031. 3D Printing Software and Service Market When other sectors such as healthcare were facing product shortage problems, 3D technology helped in providing ventilator valves,…

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Drone Attack in Abu Dhabi People Killed and Drones Banned Unmanned Systems / Drones 

Drone Attack in Abu Dhabi: People Killed and Drones Banned

Two Indians and a Pakistani national were killed in a suspected drone assault by Iran-backed Houthis in the U.A.E. on January 18, 2022. The explosions occurred in the petroleum tankers of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) in Mussafah. Yemen’s Houthi rebels claimed to have triggered a petroleum tank, prompting the U.A.E. to threaten retaliation. According to the company, the incident occurred at Adnoc’s Mussafah Fuel Depot at 10 a.m. on Monday. The U.A.E. is a member of a Saudi-led military coalition that backs Yemen’s government against the Iran-backed…

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Drone-for-crop-monitoring Unmanned Systems / Drones 

6 Ways Drones Can Cut Crop Monitoring Costs

In the agricultural sector, technological advancements and new machinery have changed how farmers work over the years, thereby compelling growers to adopt new farming techniques. These machines bring about positive changes and help farmers cope with the growing needs of the people concerned. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are modern aviation solutions to key farming issues. UAVs can perform tedious tasks with more efficiency and in less time than manual methods. Practices such as monitoring, mapping, sowing, and irrigation can be carried using drones. This sort of automation provides value to…

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Drones for Agricultural Asset and Inventory Management Unmanned Systems / Drones 

Drones for Agricultural Asset and Inventory Management

The agricultural industry is growing rapidly as farmers begin to find new ways to grow their crops. However, some farmers are beginning to find flaws in the traditional ways of doing things, especially as some of these new technologies open up new possibilities for agriculture management. One of the biggest changes that the agricultural industry is going through is the rise of drones. While some may be hesitant to embrace these machines, many have realized their benefits and have begun to implement them. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), popularly known as…

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Drones for Crop Sowing Unmanned Systems / Drones 

Drones for Crop Sowing

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are widely used in the agricultural sector. Due to persistent problems like crop failure and increased food demand due to population, the need for drone technologies has increased. UAVs, commonly known as drones, have a wide range of applications in the agricultural industry. Sowing, monitoring, soil, and plant analysis are a few applications in which drones are used. With changes in conventional agricultural practices and pressure to increase food production; UAVs have helped growers to get along with the change and reduce the pressure. Advancement in…

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Unmanned-Aircraft-System Unmanned Systems / Drones 

Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Traffic Management Architecture, VLOS, and BVLOS

Unmanned aircraft system traffic management (UTM) is an air traffic management ecosystem, which is currently being developed by the¬†Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), various federal partner agencies, and industry for autonomously regulated operations of unmanned aerial systems (UAS). Developments in UTM Systems UTM is not the same as the FAA’s air traffic management (ATM) system, although it is supplementary to it. Services, roles/responsibilities, information architecture, data exchange protocols, software functionalities, infrastructure, and performance criteria for supervising low-altitude uncontrolled UAS operations will all be identified as…

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Security-of-Your-Drone-Data Unmanned Systems / Drones 

Alert: Security of Your Drone Data is at Stake!

Drones are an excellent tool for commercial activities and a multipurpose device for the military. With the increasing number of use cases, drones are more important than ever. As drone technology improved and the market expanded, their prices have dropped. Hence, more and more companies like Amazon and Zomato have begun exploring possibilities with drones. This means unmanned aerial systems (UAS) today have a hold of some very critical data. Drone technology is still in its early years of development and is susceptible to several security threats. In the late…

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BIS Research Unmanned Systems / Drones 

How Do Engineers Create Mesmerizing Drone Lightshows?

Intel stunned the world when their 1,218 Shooting Star drones illuminated the sky in Pyeongchang, South Korea, during the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Aerial light shows are created by computer-programmed quadcopters. The whole image is carefully and precisely arranged in the sky using a computer program that translates designs into flight commands and communicates them to the drones so they can maneuver accordingly. How do drone light shows work? Many factors go into making a successful drone light show. Factors such as type of drones, design…

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