DJI is letting people override its software that prevents its drones flying in restricted areas Article Source: Mike Murphy via QZ Photo Credit: Free flying. (Reuters/ Bobby Yip) DJI, the largest consumer drone manufacturer in the world, announced July 5 that it was releasing a new version of the software that controls its drones, which will allow operators […]
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Kespry, which designs automated drone systems for commercial use, today announced the close of a Series B equity-financing round...