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How DJI’s GeoZone Update Boosts Drone Operations in Belgium

Did you know that Belgium has over 2000 UAS geographical zones where drone operations are regulated or restricted? If you’re a drone operator in Belgium, you might have faced some challenges in flying your drone in these areas. But there’s good news: DJI, the world’s leading civilian drone manufacturer, has just updated its built-in GEO …

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Innovation in the Night Sky: Embracing Drones for New Beginnings

On New Year’s Eve millions of people around the world have witnessed the dazzling spectacle of fireworks illuminating the midnight sky. The tradition of using fireworks to mark the beginning of a new year symbolizes the expulsion of the old year and the welcoming of the new one with a burst of light and sound. …

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Enhance Prison Security in Belgium with the Drone Radar Pro

In recent years, the widespread use of drones has given rise to both recreational endeavors and the alarming escalation of illicit activities. One of the most concerning issues is the smuggling of contraband, including drugs, weapons, and prohibited materials, into prisons. On May 15, 2020 a drone carrying a load of drugs crashed in the …

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SkeyDrone’s Drone Radar: Ensuring Safety and Security at Festivals

Festivals have long attracted large crowds seeking entertainment and cultural experiences. However, alongside festival-goers, drone pilots have emerged as a distinct group of enthusiasts who capture aerial views and document the vibrant atmosphere from a unique perspective. Nevertheless, the expansion of drones has also raised concerns about public safety and security, particularly at major events …

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SkeyDrone and SafeSky Collaborate to Improve Safety of Manned and Unmanned Aviation

Steenokkerzeel/Braine-l’Alleud – SkeyDrone and SafeSky, two leading companies in the aviation industry, have announced a collaboration agreement to share air traffic information between manned and unmanned aviation. The goal of this collaboration is to improve safety for both types of aircraft in the increasingly congested skies. Under the agreement, SkeyDrone plans to integrate and validate …

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January 26th, here’s U-space!

A new UAS regulation will go into effect on 26 January 2023 and will introduce new guidelines for drone operations in the EU. The previously designated very low-level airspace (from 0 m to 150 m above ground) will now be called “U-space airspace” where drones will only be able to fly if drone pilots rely on traffic services provided by U-space service providers (USSP).

Europe-wide urban air mobility demonstrations get off the ground in bid for greener future

Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden and the UK will host a series of large-scale live demonstrations on urban air mobility, as part of CORUS-XUAM – a freshly launched project within the framework of the SESAR Joint Undertaking (SESAR JU) and Horizon Europe 2020 programme. The discussion surrounding the future of logistics and transportation comes …

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