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It pays to follow the rules. And it certainly doesn't pay if the FAA thinks you did otherwise. A Chicago-based company, SkyPan International, is going to have to pay $200,000 for flying in congested airspace over Chicago and New York...
Like many others, we'd been waiting for the Nikon KeyMission 360 – which the company bills as an "adventure proof" 360° video camera. It was a long wait. Though it first debuted at CES in January of 2016, it took until the fall...
TDC has obtained a copy of the main court document against Lily Robotics – alleging (among other things) that the company misled consumers with its promotional video. That video was the main reason some 60,000 people plunked down $34 million...
The sad saga of the Lily Camera has hit another twist. Earlier this week, after some prompting from drone journalist Ash Ha and his website – and apparently some legal pressure – Lily told its customers the company was folding....
In the not-too-distant future, it’s conceivable that a good portion of the earth’s land mass will be documented by a DJI camera and posted on the internet, providing scientists, travelers and news gatherers with information on an unprecedented scale....
What initially appeared to be a highly innovative, waterproof and intelligent camera drone has disappeared before ever shipping a single unit. "Lily," which raised some $34 million in advance orders, is grounded. People who had pre-ordered the product received...
In much of the northern hemisphere, it's that time of year again: Winter. And that means fewer, and shorter, drone flights for most of us. Of course, there are those who will attempt to fly full-scale drones inside their homes....
If you're a regular reader, you'll know by now that the collision between a drone and a Boeing 737-700 in Mozambique last week didn't actually happen. As TDC reported today, a more thorough investigation revealed that the damage was caused...
Damage to a passenger-carrying Boeing 737-700 in Mozambique that was widely reported as being a drone strike...was not. On January 5, internal domestic flight TM-136, from Maputo to Tete, was descending when a loud bang was heard. Upon landing, extensive...
We've all heard about the explosive growth in the competitive world of drones. Statistics abound telling us that the appetite for these devices is insatiable, with consumers and industrial clients snapping them up at a seemingly exponential pace. And it's all true. What's...