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    Naveed

    An electrical engineer by profession, Naveed has been involved with robotics from an early age. Starting out with Lego Mindstorms and moving on to design competitive robots in college, he accidentally fell in love with drones when he found a disfigured quadcopter frame tucked away in a storage cabinet. After unsuccessfully trying to resurrect that old specimen, he got himself a ZMR250 and has been in UAV bliss ever since.

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  • Do You Recognize The Top UAV Markets by State?

    Do You Recognize The Top UAV Markets by State?0

    At present, the UAV market in the US is facing a commercial boom. Since the FAA eased restrictions on commercial drone use, 500 drone companies have been awarded special waivers. Although the companies originated from a total of 48 states, they were not evenly distributed and there was a large disparity in the numbers of

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  • UAV Regulations May Be Dangerous to Drone Shooters

    UAV Regulations May Be Dangerous to Drone Shooters0

    A man in Kentucky was arrested a few days ago for firing three shotgun rounds at a drone that was allegedly flying over his property. This is not the first such incident, and certainly won’t be the last. Unfortunately, until recently, UAV regulations have mostly failed to protect against drone enthusiasts’ interests. Even when their

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  • 5 Questions Answered: Drones and Planes Can be Friends

    5 Questions Answered: Drones and Planes Can be Friends0

    Airlines have traditionally been extremely wary of the danger of birdstrikes and, perhaps not unreasonably, see aerial drones in the same light. While that inherent fear has not disappeared, today drones and planes may be finding ways to come together as friends to help improve the safety of airports and commercial airlines through effective and

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  • Parrot is the Nokia of the Drone Industry

    Parrot is the Nokia of the Drone Industry0

    The drone industry is advancing every day, and yet Parrot is doggedly sticking to inferior designs such as fixed cameras. The result? It’s falling behind, with DJI willingly taking its place as the industry powerhouse. Let’s compare Parrot’s current status to that of Nokia when it was in its downfall. Nokia was the pioneer of

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