A Matternet drone and UPS container flies through the air as UC San Diego Health launches a pilot project testing the use of aerial drones to transport medical samples, supplies and documents between hospitals in California on February 27, 2020. Photo: Reuters A Matternet drone and UPS container flies through the air as UC San Diego Health launches a pilot project testing the use of aerial drones to transport medical samples, supplies and documents between hospitals in California on February 27, 2020. Photo: Reuters
A Matternet drone and UPS container flies through the air as UC San Diego Health launches a pilot project testing the use of aerial drones to transport medical samples, supplies and documents between hospitals in California on February 27, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Drones

Alphabet unit Wing blasts new US drone ID rule, citing privacy

  • New rules from the Federal Aviation Administration require drones to broadcast remote ID messages via radio frequency broadcast
  • This approach will have ‘unintended negative privacy impacts’ for businesses and consumers, Alphabet’s drone delivery unit Wing says

Topic |   Drones
A Matternet drone and UPS container flies through the air as UC San Diego Health launches a pilot project testing the use of aerial drones to transport medical samples, supplies and documents between hospitals in California on February 27, 2020. Photo: Reuters A Matternet drone and UPS container flies through the air as UC San Diego Health launches a pilot project testing the use of aerial drones to transport medical samples, supplies and documents between hospitals in California on February 27, 2020. Photo: Reuters
A Matternet drone and UPS container flies through the air as UC San Diego Health launches a pilot project testing the use of aerial drones to transport medical samples, supplies and documents between hospitals in California on February 27, 2020. Photo: Reuters
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