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xCraft Enterprises, “America’s Drone Company”, has entered into a partnership with T-Mobile as part of T-Mobile’s Business Partner Program.
Like many modern technologies that were developed originally for military use, UAVs have found a home in numerous commercial applications.
In June, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) released a list of additional unmanned aircraft systems (UASs, or drones) approved for use by federal agencies.
When people think of drones, they usually envision small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that are able to hover and zoom about like mini spacecraft.
In just a few years, drone technology has gone from esoteric niche applications to mainstream use in a number of industries, and one of the applications that has proven ideal for drone use is surveying and mapping.
In April, xCraft Founder JD Claridge and xCraft Sales Lead Kenny Stone attended the 2022 AUVSI Xponential convention in Orlando, Florida. AUVSI (Association for Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International) is a non-profit organization focused on the advancement of uncrewed vehicle systems, such as UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones) and robotics.
Mining is dangerous, difficult work even in the best of situations. To be not only doable but profitable, it depends greatly on information, and in particular on understanding mining terrain and composition as it develops and changes, whether in open-pit or underground mining sites.
While tethered drones are a valuable asset in many industries, they shine brightest in the defense sector. UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones) have been used in the military and defense industry for years, but the technology used in xCraft's tethered UAVs...
Flying drones is an enjoyable recreational activity, but what if you have higher aspirations for your unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) use?
Although drones are commonly used in various industries such as defense and surveying, numerous other industries now recognize that drones can have important commercial applications.
As drone use becomes more mainstream for many non-military industrial uses from real estate to construction to security, the utility of using drones for shipping is readily apparent. Drones can ease or eliminate factors that make shipping costly and time-consuming. Consider the advantages of transitioning to a drone fleet over your current delivery model.