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Skydio and Axon Announce Integration of Drone Video, Photos into Axon Evidence

With this integration, the Skydio drone will automatically and securely connect to Wi-Fi when plugged into a power source, at which point the system will automatically upload any new photos or video recorded to Axon Evidence, tagging them with the pilot’s name and additional data necessary for entry into evidence.

November 4, 2021

Teledyne FLIR Announces New Tactical Quadcopter

Teledyne FLIR Announces New Tactical Quadcopter

The Ion M640x features a 640 x 512 infrared sensor providing twice the resolution of similar UAS platforms, and a near-infrared (NIR) laser illuminator. Ion M640x also includes all-new smart object tracking that enables operators to designate an object for the aircraft to detect and track while it moves. Other new features include an SD card to easily retrieve photos and video recorded during flight, as well as tri-band radio capabilities.

October 11, 2021

AEE Introduces Mach 6 Commercial UAV with 13-Pound Payload

AEE Introduces Mach 6 Commercial UAV with 13-Pound Payload

The AEE Mach 6 features a flight time of up to 50 minutes (depending on payload configuration) and three smart payload ports, including two smart accessory shoes (SAS). The Mach 6 can carry a payload of 13.2 pounds.

September 8, 2021

TSA Assists Connecticut State Police with Drone Detection Test
Axon, Skydio to Bring US-Manufactured Drones to Public Safety

Axon, Skydio to Bring US-Manufactured Drones to Public Safety

As a Skydio Elite Partner, Axon will be the exclusive reseller and digital evidence management partner of Skydio's products to public safety globally. In addition, the two companies are working on a joint product roadmap that, in the coming months, will lead to integration between Skydio drones and Axon Air, Axon Evidence, and Axon Respond.

March 17, 2021

Aquiline Drones Begins Production of U.S. Made Cloud-Connected Drones

Aquiline Drones Begins Production of U.S. Made Cloud-Connected Drones

"Growing data security concerns over foreign-manufactured technology, mainly from China, has created an immediate need for increased drone production capacity in the United States," said Barry Alexander, chairman and CEO of Aquiline Drones. "Our goal is to not only position our country as a leader in the multi-billion-dollar global drone industry, but also, to reestablish America's manufacturing dominance."

February 8, 2021

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