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This Airobotics 'Homing' Drone Flies and Lands Without Any Need for a Human | DSIACSelf-flying drones are now commonplace, but the model pictured here can also land in an area the size of a toolshed - no operator required. The ...
Airobotics becomes first company granted authorization to fly UAS without a pilot - Inside Unmanned SystemsAirobotics recently became the first company with authorization to fly an unamend aircraft system (UAS) without a pilot. The certification was presented by the Civil Aviation Authority of Israel (CAAI), according to a news release, giving Airobotics the ability to replace an authorized human drone pilot with an...
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Fully autonomous drone maker Airobotics nabs $32.5M, expands into defenseAirobotics, a startup building autonomous drones for the enterprise sector that do not require humans to get involved in any aspect of operating them, has picked up $32.5 million in funding to expand its business into defense and homeland security, and to expand its business globally.