Today’s (July 6) Drone Stories across the Web to Start the Week

To start the week on high gears, here are today’s (July 6) drone stories gathered across the web.

Drone Disinfects Market Square in Poland

As part of its health and safety measures against the coronavirus pandemic, Katowice (Poland) announced that it test-disinfected benches at the Market Square with a drone.

The Upper Silesian-Zagłębie Metropolis, the city of Katowice and Spartaqs company from Katowice cooperated in the test disinfection of city benches with the help of the Heracles V8ASD dronoid on Tuesday. They used a drone, which was initially meant to extinguish fires. – Read the full story here.

Drones Light Up Seoul Sky in Motivational Spectacle

Imagine not just one or two but hundreds of drones lighting up the sky to present heart-warming messages. That’s what exactly took place in Seoul recently as three hundred unmanned aerial vehicles were programmed to form images above the Han river – which runs through the South Korean capital – for the eyecatching flash mob. The show began with messages reminding people of key precautionary measures, including wearing masks, washing hands and keeping a two-metre distance from others. – Read the full story.

See some pictures of Seoul’s spectacular drone show here.

New Drone Rules for Parks

Natrona National Parks in Wyoming is drafting revisions to its Rules and Regulations governing the use of drones in their areas.

Current draft revisions to the Natrona County Parks Rules and Regulations would require that those operating Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) or “drones” in the county to obtain a remote Pilot Certificate with the FAA, as well as obtain a permit from the county and operate only in designated areas. Read on here.

Safety and Security Drones Market Report

Market Research Intellect sheds light on the market scope, potential, and performance perspective of the Global Safety and Security Drones Market by carrying out an extensive market analysis. Pivotal market aspects like market trends, the shift in customer preferences, fluctuating consumption, cost volatility, the product range available in the market, growth rate, drivers and constraints, financial standing, and challenges existing in the market are comprehensively evaluated to deduce their impact on the growth of the market in the coming years. Read on here.

India-Pakistan Conflict Sets the Stage for a War of Drones

An interesting war of drones is looming brought about by the territorial conflict between India and Pakistan.

[…]the Xi Jinping-led government in the process of supplying four armed drones to Pakistan, according to Hindustan Times. The same report has also added that India has reached out to the United States about its interest in medium-altitude long-endurance (MALE) armed Predator-B drone. The China-made drones are supposed to protect the China-Pakistan Economic Belt at Gwadar Port, located in Balochistan – Read full story here.

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