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  • [New] The first experiment using drones to deliver organ transplants across metropolises happened in 2021 with a wider rollout expected. Datamation
  • [New] China will continue to assert its presence on the European drone market through accessing drone technological and manufacturing know-how, including industrial espionage. ETH Zurich
  • [New] Drones have numerous legal and popular uses - from taking glam real-estate photos to checking on pipelines - the United States and global governments face a balancing act in trying to reduce the risks drones could pose. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
  • [New] President Barack Obama increased transparency on the drone program, required near certainty that civilians would not be harmed, and expressed a preference for relying on law enforcement-capture, rather than kill, operations - to mitigate terrorist threats. Modern War Institute
  • [New] Along with smartphones, internet-connected vehicles, tablets and drones are other areas expected to see significant growth in coming years. American City and County
  • [New] Drones based in Central Asia or the Persian Gulf offer an economy-of-force approach to containing the terrorist threat in Afghanistan. Lawfare
  • [New] Drones Many industries in Australia are realising the potential of drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), but they will have one of the greatest impacts on the agriculture industry. iTWire
  • [New] The Dubai Programme to Enable Drone Transportation will create an advanced infrastructure that enables innovators and relevant entities to test prototypes of unmanned aerial vehicles in designated areas and develop legislation that optimises their implementation. gulftoday
  • [New] India will not only need to replicate China's use of drones for supply in wartime, but will need to develop or acquire counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). ORF
  • [New] The launch of a pilot project in Islamabad will pave the way for the commercial use of drones in Pakistan. Gulf News
  • The drone attack, which caused no casualties, would be the first time Iran has directed a military strike against the United States in response to an attack by Israel, an escalation of Iran's shadow war with Israel that poses new dangers to U.S. forces in the Middle East. The New York Times
  • Vaccines, artificial intelligence and drones are among technologies that are set to face the most scrutiny from the Australian government over national security risks. The Guardian
  • While the 4G dongle works with and is made for the DJI Mavic 3 drone, it seems highly unlikely that we will see it come to North America or the United States anytime soon as the drone maker is still studying the applicability of North America's regulatory requirements to the 4G dongle. DroneXL.co | Drone news, DJI rumors, specs DJI Mavic 3 other UAS
  • A response from DJI Support indicates that it is very unlikely that the DJI Mavic 3 4G dongle will come to the United States anytime soon, as the Chinese drone maker is still studying the applicability of North America's regulatory requirements to the 4G dongle. DroneXL.co | Drone news, DJI rumors, specs DJI Mavic 3 other UAS
  • Drones were recently used to target Kadhimi's home in Baghdad's Green Zone, demonstrating how a highly guarded location protected by American-made anti-missile systems could be breached by drones. Drones Pose New Challenge to Iraqi Security
  • Iran's Iraqi proxies unveiled a new capability to threaten US planes, helicopters, and drones in Iraq. Institute for the Study of War
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles or drones could travel further to deliver supplies to remote places, and eVTOL could become the future in a 'flying Uber' concept of transportation. Australian Aviation
  • The use of drones will help timely protection of crops from pests, save time for crop scouting, reduce overall cost in farm production, and secure high yield and quality crops (ANI). ANI News
  • New sanctions could be imposed on DJI Technology, a Chinese maker of drones capable of biometric surveillance, by the American government. Biometric Update |
  • Drones will become a preferred transportation mode for last-mile deliveries of pharma products drones will become a preferred transportation mode for last-mile deliveries of pharma products into hard-to-reach areas with a concentration of healthcare facilities in the coming years. cargonewswire.com

Last updated: 05 December 2021


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