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SENSEFLY, AN AGEAGLE COMPANY, NAMED TO BLUE SUAS 2.0 LIST OF DRONE SUPPLIERS BY THE U.S. DEFENSE INNOVATION UNIT

AgEagle Aerial Systems Inc. | October 29, 2021

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AgEagle Aerial Systems Inc. , an industry-leading provider of full-stack drone, sensor and software solutions, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, senseFly, has been named to the Blue sUAS 2.0 list, published by the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) earlier this month. The Blue sUAS 2.0 project follows the successful partnership between the U.S. Army and DIU on the Short Range Reconnaissance (SRR) program for small unmanned aircraft sys...

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FCC AWARDING UP TO $16 BILLION TO ADDRESS U.S. AREAS LACKING BROADBAND SERVICE

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission | June 09, 2020

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The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted on Tuesday to adopt auction procedures to provide up to $16 billion to areas that lack broadband service, including nearly 6 million unserved rural homes and businesses. The FCC voted to commence the auction on Oct. 29. Auction applicants will be required to offer voice and broadband services in unserved locations in exchange for receiving monthly payments over 10 years. The three FCC Republican commissioners approved the proposal, while the two D...

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KASPERSKY – BANNED FOR USE IN US GOVERNMENT – RELEASES PROTOTYPE OF BLOCKCHAIN VOTING MACHINE

Kaspersky | March 02, 2020

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Last week, Kaspersky’s Polys project unveiled the prototype of its blockchain-based Polys Voting Machine. The device will work alongside the Polys online election system. This is the same Kaspersky that produces antivirus software. In September 2017, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security ordered federal agencies to remove Kaspersky products from their computers. In 2017, Kaspersky launched Polys, the Ethereum based online voting system. The platform allows ballot verification and vote t...

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JUDGE GRANTS PENTAGON’S REQUEST FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION ON JEDI CLOUD CONTRACT

The Defense Department | April 17, 2020

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Federal Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith Friday granted the Defense Department’s March request for a 120-day stay to take corrective action on parts of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud contract, which it awarded to Microsoft in October. Amazon Web Services, which protested the award, had asked the judge in previous motions to force the Pentagon to take more expansive correction action, accusing the government of attempting to “gerrymander” revisions to the procure...

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SENSEFLY, AN AGEAGLE COMPANY, NAMED TO BLUE SUAS 2.0 LIST OF DRONE SUPPLIERS BY THE U.S. DEFENSE INNOVATION UNIT

AgEagle Aerial Systems Inc. | October 29, 2021

AgEagle Aerial Systems Inc. , an industry-leading provider of full-stack drone, sensor and software solutions, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, senseFly, has been named to the Blue sUAS 2.0 list, published by the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) earlier this month. The Blue sUAS 2.0 project follows the successful partnership between the U.S. Army and DIU on the Short Range Reconnaissance (SRR) program for small unmanned aircraft sys...

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FCC AWARDING UP TO $16 BILLION TO ADDRESS U.S. AREAS LACKING BROADBAND SERVICE

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission | June 09, 2020

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted on Tuesday to adopt auction procedures to provide up to $16 billion to areas that lack broadband service, including nearly 6 million unserved rural homes and businesses. The FCC voted to commence the auction on Oct. 29. Auction applicants will be required to offer voice and broadband services in unserved locations in exchange for receiving monthly payments over 10 years. The three FCC Republican commissioners approved the proposal, while the two D...

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KASPERSKY – BANNED FOR USE IN US GOVERNMENT – RELEASES PROTOTYPE OF BLOCKCHAIN VOTING MACHINE

Kaspersky | March 02, 2020

Last week, Kaspersky’s Polys project unveiled the prototype of its blockchain-based Polys Voting Machine. The device will work alongside the Polys online election system. This is the same Kaspersky that produces antivirus software. In September 2017, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security ordered federal agencies to remove Kaspersky products from their computers. In 2017, Kaspersky launched Polys, the Ethereum based online voting system. The platform allows ballot verification and vote t...

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JUDGE GRANTS PENTAGON’S REQUEST FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION ON JEDI CLOUD CONTRACT

The Defense Department | April 17, 2020

Federal Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith Friday granted the Defense Department’s March request for a 120-day stay to take corrective action on parts of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud contract, which it awarded to Microsoft in October. Amazon Web Services, which protested the award, had asked the judge in previous motions to force the Pentagon to take more expansive correction action, accusing the government of attempting to “gerrymander” revisions to the procure...

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