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“DJI’s decision to equip the majority of its drones with ADS-B is an important safety improvement in the use of drones in the national airspace system.” - Michael Huerta - Former Administrator, Learn more about DJI AirSense:
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DJI May 23
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Scott Bateman May 23
This technology has been available for a while but seeing it in almost every new DJI product will be a significant step towards improved safety. ADS-B out would be even better, so the aircraft can see the drone as well. Small steps though. 👏🏻👏🏻
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DJI May 23
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DJI May 23
For years, has been on the leading edge of innovation – especially in safety. Now we’re taking the next step – implementing ADS-B technology to let drone pilots detect and avoid traditional aircraft flying nearby. We call it DJI AirSense. Learn more:
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TheTechieGuy #VidCon May 22
This is a superb safety initiative from . AirSense will inform a drone pilot if they are on a colission path with a plane or helicopter! While its not required by law, DJI is doing their bit for everyone's safety -
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Harrison Wolf May 22
While I appreciated the ADS-B "in" announcement it was the "Elevating Safety" that I appreciate most. Well done for articulating clear needs from . Worth a read Aligns well with Toolkit. LINK:
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Christian Struwe May 22
DJI commits to increased drone safety by •Integrating ADS-B receivers in all 250g+ drones; •Adding distance warning to pilots; •Defining new safety standards. And we call on the drone industry and regulators to take further steps to increase safety:
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The Verge May 22
DJI will add airplane and helicopter detectors to new drones in 2020
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Brendan Schulman May 22
DJI Promises to Add “AirSense” to Its New Drones via (quoting )
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TechCrunch May 22
DJI is adding receivers to help drones avoid plane and helicopter collisions by
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DJI May 22
’s top priority is safety. Not just here at a safety event, but always. Thanks for tuning in for our announcements today! Learn more about DJI AirSense:
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DJI May 22
“We set a standard, that we will not compromise, which is that the safety level we enjoy now needs to stay the same with drones.” - Matt Zuccaro,
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DJI May 22
“Education is incredibly important, but what I’m seeing on the safety side of things is … the beginnings of a groundswell of a safety culture.” - Tracy Lamb,
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DJI May 22
“ADS-B In is a remarkable tool for drone operators so they’ll have complete situational awareness.” - Pete Dumont,
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DJI May 22
“I was an F-18 pilot years ago, and when you’re going that fast, it’s really hard to see anything. … ADS-B is certainly one of those things that for all pilots, and for controllers as well, becomes a situational awareness tool.” - Houston Mills
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DJI May 22
“Getting the surveillance feed for situational awareness is a vital component for the safety of the airspace.” - Jay Merkle,
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DJI May 22
now welcomes a distinguished panel of aviation safety experts & thought leaders to explore how we can work together to safely integrate drones into the airspace: Jay Merkle Matt Zuccaro Pete Dumont Tracy Lamb Houston Mills
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DJI May 22
’s AirSense commitment is the first of 10 points in “Elevating Safety,” our new white paper for how DJI, other drone manufacturers, and government officials around the world can maintain drones’ admirable safety record.
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DJI May 22
Starting January 1, 2020, will install AirSense ADS-B receivers in every new drone model we release weighing more than 250 grams. This is an extraordinary step forward for drone safety.
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