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Study analyses drones' potential to be weapons of cyber attacks & terrorism
The biggest challenge, according to the research, is finding out what a drone's purpose is in a non-restricted area.
Farm dogs being put out of business by drone that barks
Man’s best friend might be able to enter retirement early if this new drone innovation from DJI Ferntech has anything to do with it.
DJI launches new geofencing solution to protect planes from drones
Recently there has been a spate of ‘drone attacks’ on airports around the world, which DJI is looking to tackle with its latest solution.
How DJI aims to enable enterprise level drone operations
DJI FlightHub software enables organisations to manage all aspects of their commercial drone operations from a single platform.
DJI tightens drone no-fly areas around Europe's airports
If you’re heading to Europe and taking your drones with you, you might want to stay away from Europe’s airports if you have any DJI equipment.
Intel breaks its own record with Super Bowl drone show
Forget about the result of the Super Bowl LIII - Intel was only concerned about the halftime show.
DJI's pricy drone remote will only work with 2 drones - so far
The DJI Smart Controller is built especially for new drones – but so far there are only two drones that are compatible.
PhD student's wildlife-monitoring drone wins award
“You see a lot in the media about the threats facing yellow-eyed penguins in New Zealand, but those reports are mainly based on penguins from the mainland."
Spending on robotic systems and drones will be on the rise in 2019
Robotic systems will be the larger of the two categories throughout the five-year forecast period with worldwide robotics spending forecast to be $103.4 billion in 2019.
Commercial drones will only take off if safety is paramount
New Zealand’s commercial drone services could be ready within the next two years, but only if enough research is done to make certain that the public is safe.
The Kiwi company driving commercial drone tech growth
“We have several high profile commercial projects underway and we’re confident we will have some exciting news to impart to the market next year.”
It's not a bird, not a plane, but a real flying Spyro
In case you’ve got a trip to the United States on the card soon and want a quirky travel pic, it might pay to look up in the skies…
Heat-seeking drones can save the dolphins
One study has demonstrated how modern tech can be used to reduce the costs and environmental impact of conservation efforts.
Transform responsibly - CompTIA’s top 10 tech trends
From IoT to AI, these innovations have the greatest potential to make near-term impacts on business, but CompTIA warns to approach them with care.
From San Francisco to the Southern Ocean: The tale of a Saildrone shipwreck
The case of a missing saildrone that set off from San Francisco three years ago has finally been solved right here in New Zealand.
Insurers struggling to keep pace with drone and e-bike tech
If you own an e-bike or a drone and expect them to be covered by your current home contents insurance policy, it might pay to check the fine print.
Australia’s Big W to stock DJI drones
Despite harsh operating conditions imposed by the Australian regulators, drone ownership in Australia is about to get massive boost.
Freewell upgrades the DJI Mavic Air drone with new accessories
Action camera specialists Freewell Gear have extended their range to include accessories for the small but perfectly formed DJI Mavic Air drone.
Hands-on review: DJI Mavic Air Fly More Combo
FutureFive's Darren Price takes a look at DJI’s Mavic Air- a high-spec foldable drone that you can put in your pocket.
THAT'S A WRAP: Highlights from Sydney’s 2nd Annual Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum
The event took a comprehensive look at the state of play for terrorist organisations and individuals - both local and abroad.
Are the drones shown in ‘ready player one’ based on solid science or movie magic?
The movie is set in 2045, and it showcases a lot of technology viewers might find unfamiliar, but not entirely unbelievable.
There is more to Intel’s new drone than meets the eye
Intel Mission Control Software is the next generation of flight planning, project management and data handling for the Intel Falcon 8+ drone.
Robots and drones could battle disease-spreading bugs
Robotics may soon be a critical ally in the fight against disease-spreading bugs according to a United Nations agency.
Robots, drones and connected cars: Spark shows off their 5G future
Recently I had the opportunity to visit Spark at their Auckland headquarters to explore their vision of the 5G future.