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Drone partnership to zap mosquitos

Israeli malaria-fighting startup ZzappMalaria (see here previously) has partnered Israeli autonomous drone solutions platform Airobotics (see here previously). Their $300,000 pilot project will locate stagnant water across sub-Saharan Africa where mosquitos are likely to congregate. https://nocamels.com/2021/12/zzapp-malaria-airobotics-drones-africa/

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Israeli drones to protect World Expo

Israeli drone startup Airobotics will help Dubai police make the city a safer place for residents and visitors ahead of World Expo 2020 Dubai beginning in October and running for six months. Dubai ruler Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum personally … Continue reading

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WEF Pioneers for 2019

The World Economic Forum (WEF) choose Israeli startups Airobotics, MeMed Diagnostics, QED-it and TIPA for its list of tech pioneers using innovation to address serious issues. I’ve reported previously on three of them. QED-IT allows confidential transfer of blockchain assets. … Continue reading

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Out of sight

I reported previously (July 2017) on Israel’s Airobotics when Israel’s Civil Aviation Authority authorized it to fly the first fully-automated commercial drones in Israel. Now, it is the first to receive the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certificate of waiver … Continue reading

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The drone company to watch

I reported previously (30th July) on Israeli drone developer Airobotics. The startup has just been chosen as one of the Wall Street Journal’s 25 Tech Companies to Watch in 2018. Israeli cybersecurity startup Claroty was also included in the list. … Continue reading

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The first certified fully-automatic drone

The Civil Aviation Authority of Israel (CAAI), has granted Israel’s Airobotics the world’s first authorization to fly fully-automated commercial drones without a pilot.  The system uses computer software and artificial intelligence instead of a human drone operator. http://www.airobotics.co.il/press-releases/airobotics-granted-worlds-first-approval-fly-fully-automated-commercial-drones-without-pilot/ https://www.youtube.com/embed/Y6fjPRwPr3c?rel=0 https://www.youtube.com/embed/VwCGvUjO6ec?rel=0

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