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Aurigo Software, University of Florida Partner for New Underwater Surveying Drone System by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Capital planning and construction management software leader Aurigo Software has announced a partnership with the University of Florida’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering for the development of Bathydrone, a new system for underwater surveying, mapping, […]
University of Houston Team Working to Develop Intelligent Drone Swarms by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby The global increase in the use of low-cost drones has seen them leveraged in a wide range of applications, sometimes deployed in entire swarms. However, despite advancements within drone technology, swarm mechanics have remained largely the same. Though […]
Aloft announced today that they have added native LAANC integrations to their portfolio. Continue reading below, or listen: DroneLife · Aloft – Launches – New – Deep – Linking – APIs – For – LAANC – Authorization – And – More The deep-linking integration is a significant new capability for the enterprise drone industry ecosystem. […]