Canada’s GEM Systems Inc. launches towed VLF bird for low-altitude c-drone geophysical mapping

GEM Systems Inc., a Canadian manufacturer of high precision geophysical mapping instruments, has launched the GSM-90AVU(B), a Very Low Frequency (VLF) Electromagnetic Method (EM) survey instrument ("towed bird") designed to be suspended on a sling from a drone, at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention in Toronto on March 3.

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Airbus trials shore-to-ship deliveries in Singapore with Skyways c-drone

The Skyways project, a collaboration between Airbus and Wilhelmsen Ships Services announced last June to test autonomous c-drone deliveries over water and in urban environments, has made its first shore-to-ship parcel delivery in Singapore harbor.

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DJI updates GEO 2.0 geofencing database for Europe, and the mystery of the missing nuclear plant

China's DJI announced on February 12 that the firm would replace AirMap with Altitude Angel as the provider of cartographic data for Europe for in the 2.0 version of its "geofencing" Geospatial Environment Online (GEO) system.

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