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  • [New] Walmart is going for Blockchain that will make it's delivery drones exchange information securely and have same-day delivery at a much lower cost. SoftClouds
  • [New] Israel could supply the kind of advanced drone technology needed by Greece's naval patrols to push back illegal immigrants. Middle East Forum
  • [New] The advances in civilian drones could help Israel recapture drone market share as rivals China and Turkey eat into its military drone exports. Tech Xplore
  • [New] Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are poised to become an integral part of the fourth industrial revolution with the global UAV service market predicted to be worth $63.6 billion by 2025.
  • [New] Starting Wednesday, drones will be flying goods to customers in central Israel for the first time, as Israel's drone delivery experiment expands.
  • [New] Israel's primary strategic concern is that Iran might use Houthi controlled territory to launch a drone or missile strike or base gun boats in the Red Sea that attack Israeli shipping. 190352
  • [New] Wing is expected to soon start the delivery of small items in two rural Virginia communities, as regulations prevent drones from operating in crowded areas. Verdict
  • [New] The North African country ordered a total of 13 of the drones from Turkey in April, it said, in a bid to modernize the arsenal of the Moroccan Armed Forces in order to prepare for any danger and recent hostilities. Ahval
  • [New] American aerospace giant Boeing Co. has said it will establish a facility for producing military drones in Queensland, Australia, as the company's first of its kind outside of North America. Kyodo News+
  • CHINA could be spying on Americans using drones that the US government warns may pose potential threats to national security. Techregister
  • Experts speculate the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) will fly over parts of the South and East China seas, as well as borders with countries such as India and Afghanistan. Nikkei Asia
  • By 2022, an autonomous drone using artificial intelligence will be used in various ways in various sectors. Analytics Insight
  • Irresponsible or negligent use of a drone carries with it a risk of criminal prosecution by the Civil Aviation Authority as well as, on a more immediate level, the risk that the Civil Aviation Authority may withdraw the existing permissions of use.
  • Bouyed by economic modelling from Deloitte suggesting the drone industry could be worth around $15 billion by 2040 (with e-commerce and deliveries making up about $600 million), the Australian government is pushing to modernise drone regulation. ABC News
  • The Pakistan-Taliban-Turkey radical Islamic nexus supported by China enhances the terror threat pan-India that may witness the use of drones and chemical, biological radiological and nuclear terrorism. Latest Asian, Middle-East, EurAsian, Indian News
  • Global Drone Logistics and Transportation Market is valued approximately USD 7.65 billion in 2020 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 21.01% over the forecast period 2021-2027. The Market Publicist
  • The Taliban has accused the US of violating the withdrawal agreement by continuing to fly drones over Afghanistan and warned Americans against doing that in the future. IndiaTV News
  • The scale, scope and speed of killer robot systems-ruled by one targeting algorithm, deployed across an entire continent - could make misidentifications by individual humans like a recent U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan seem like mere rounding errors by comparison. Tech Xplore
  • Russia will launch its first nuclear-powered submarine capable of carrying the nuclear-capable underwater drone 'Poseidon,' alternatively referred to as an unmanned underwater vehicle, autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), or simply an intercontinental-range, nuclear autonomous torpedo. International Defense Security & Technology Inc.
  • A Colombian military drone violated its airspace in what it called a blatant threat to its national security that took place during a visit by a U.S. military commander to the neighboring nation. Reuters
  • Unlike a drone, the robotic machine gun draws no attention in the sky, where a drone could be shot down, and can be situated anywhere, qualities likely to reshape the worlds of security and espionage. The New York Times

Last updated: 24 October 2021