Op-Ed

This section contains opinions and editorials from around the world about the state of the industry, where it’s going and what it might mean. Christopher Korody posts his weekly newsletter under the sub-category Dronin’ On. Guests posts are under that menu and are also tagged.

Americans’ Attitudes About Privacy, Security and Surveillance

The majority of Americans believe it is important – often “very important” – that they be able to maintain privacy and confidentiality in commonplace activities of their lives. Most strikingly, these views are especially pronounced...
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Drones And The Anti-Surveillance Revolution

"I looked to my left and this woman is out on the balcony—she's yelling 'What the f__k are you doing, you pervert?' I'm like: 'Oh my god! You just f__king shot...

Australia’s New Rules Leave Out The Details

Whilst the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority has sought to widely promote its new drone rules as a boon for industry, devils reside in the detail and safety stands to be...

The Big Crumble Is A Huge Opportunity

When the Metro opened, ten years later, in 1976, it was acclaimed as a farsighted fusion of design and utility, a system generations ahead of those in other cities. It’s yet...

FIRST CLICK: The sneaky quiet story from CES

So what happens when the robots reduce the cost and time of moving physical objects to not a lot and pretty fast? When a huge variety of autonomous vehicles in every shape...

GE brings the Industrial IoT to life

In the industrial segment, the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing everything, or it soon will: From industrial equipment, to processes and the way people work, to business models and even...

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The Colin Snow 2016 Forecast Trifecta

Colin Snow has been tracking the UAV market since 2012. This article combines an article and two interviews in which he reviews 2016 and...
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Karma – It’s Not A Drone