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Who we are?

We are a London based website design and development company.
We design, develop, deploy, host and maintain websites for our clients. Other services include Website and Email Hosting
A professionally designed website is memorable, intuitive and easy to use. Don’t let inexperienced people decide the faith of your business.
Our extensive experience expands in areas ranging from logo and web design, email marketing, e-commerce etc...
We believe that every business is unique and has its own specific needs which should be individually addressed. Stop wondering what to do next and let your business dream come true by calling us on +44(0)2033686958. Or simply send us a message by email and one of our consultants will call you back to discuss your needs. Consultation is absolutely free.

Our Services & Prices
Basic Website With Two Pages - £99
  • 2 website Pages
  • 1 Stock Photo of your choice
  • 1 Domain name
  • 1 year hosting
  • 2 email addresses
  • Money Back Guarantee
  • Possible Duration: 2 days
  • Submission to free search engines
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Business Website Simple Package -
Was £350 Now £297.50
  • Up to 8 website Pages
  • 1 Domain name
  • 2 Stock Photo of your choice
  • 1 year hosting
  • 5 email addresses
  • Content Management System
  • Money Back Guarantee
  • Possible Duration: 6 days
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E-Commerce Website Simple Package -
Was £850 Now £722.50
  • Up to 10 website Pages
  • Domain name
  • logo design
  • 1 year hosting
  • 5 email addresses (Professional)
  • database 250 MB (upgradable)
  • SSL (Shared)
  • Content Management/Admin (used to upload product and manage website)
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  • Submission to free search engines
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E-Commerce Website Full Package -
Was £1250 Now £1062.50
  • Up to 20 website Pages
  • Domain name
  • 2 logo design
  • 1,5 year hosting
  • Up to 7 email addresses (Professional)
  • database 500 MB (upgradable)
  • 1 year SSL Certificate (dedicated)
  • Content Management/Admin (used to upload product and manage website)
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What our clients say
  •   Cyberminds Ltd Have provided us with a great application that enables us to filter job applicant CVs on the fly. We are delighted as the nightmare of manually going through hundreds of CV is over. I am also impressed by the level and quality of support we received from them as we never wondered one day what to do while working with this company. .

    John Price      18/08/2010
  •   I was looking for an e-commerce website and Cyberminds have given me more than an online business. Our web site works fine and we have never had any major problem with it. The price was really good. I proudly recommend this company to anyone in need of a website. .

    Rachel Jones      4/3/2011
  •   I take this chance to thank Cyberminds for the work that has been done for my company. They have created an awesome website for me with a beautiful design. the contract was respected, they finished the job on time and the price was very attractive. I really recommend this company to anyone who needs a serious website. Thank you for your service! .

    Lord Fulama      15/7/2011
  •   As an estate agent manager, we have worked with many companies but Cyberminds Ltd have really impressed us as we soon realised that they didn't just come to us to dump a piece of software and get their money. They offered us a real business solution and were very nice people to work with. I wish many people have this lovely experience. .

    Andrew Craig      03/09/2011
 
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  • IBM fattens patent portfolio in cloud tech

    IBM may be leading the pack when it comes to putting away patents related to cloud technologies.

    In the past 18 months, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued more 1,200 patents to IBM related to the cloud, with 400 of those issued so far in 2015, according to an IBM tally released Friday.

    For IBM, adding to its intellectual property is key to ensuring that the company will be a major player in the cloud market for years to come, said David Kaminsky, chief patent innovation architect for IBM software.

    With a fat cloud patent portfolio, IBM is less likely to be blocked from selling the most up-to-date offerings due to a competing company asserting patent claims.

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  • Lawmakers propose new visa for foreign tech entrepreneurs

    Two U.S. House Democrats are proposing a new visa for immigrants who can obtain "significant" venture capital funding for a business, or can otherwise establish a business that creates some jobs.

    The legislation is from U.S. Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), who represents Silicon Valley, and Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.), who has been an immigration reform leader.

    By themselves, immigration reform bills by Democrats in the Republican-controlled House are dead on arrival. But Republicans are planning significant reforms to a program that provides permanent residency to foreigners who meet certain investment and job-creation goals, and this is opening the door for Lofgren and Gutierrez to try to attach their reforms.

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  • ISP argues net neutrality rules violate its right to block content

    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules violate the free speech rights of broadband providers because the regulations take away their ability to block Web traffic they disagree with, one ISP has argued.

    The FCC's net neutrality rules take away broadband providers' First Amendment rights to block Web content and services, ISP Alamo Broadband argued to an appeals court this week. While not a new argument for ISPs, it's a curious one, given that most broadband providers have argued the regulations aren't needed because they promise never to selectively block or degrade Web traffic.

    The FCC rules violate the First Amendment because they prohibit broadband providers' ability to engage in political speech by "refusing to carry content with which they disagree," wrote lawyers for Alamo Broadband, a small wireless ISP based in Elmendorf, Texas. Broadband providers, by carrying their own and other Web content, have the ability to "exercise editorial discretion," wrote lawyers with Wiley Rein, a Washington, D.C., law firm.

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  • Microsoft scores with free Windows 10 upgrade as downloads tally 10x Windows 8's first-day sales

    Microsoft customers downloaded 14 million copies of the Windows 10 upgrade on the first day of availability, the company said today.

    The 14 million, just a fraction of what Microsoft hopes will adopt the new OS in the next three years, was served with little if any disruption to the Internet, or to the ISPs (Internet service providers) and CDNs (content delivery networks) that delivered the 5GB-plus upgrade files, according to an expert who earlier in the week worried that the massive traffic would present problems.

    "We now have more than 14 million devices running Windows 10," said Yusuf Mehdi, an executive in the Windows and Devices Group, on a Friday blog.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: Oh, joy. NeuroMetrix's forthcoming app may require FDA approval

    When it became apparent that medical and fitness uses would be one of the biggest drivers for wearables, a lot of people groaned. The Food and Drug Administration would have to get involved.

    As it turned out, the FDA was doing some groaning of its own about the prospect, and earlier this year, it released draft guidance for low-risk medical devices that essentially said it was taking a hands-off approach. These are general wellness devices, it said of the new class of wearables that measured sleep and exercise and calorie consumption. It wouldn’t be coming after consumers' beloved Fitbits.

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  • Ad group urges FTC to reject "right to be forgotten"

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission should reject a privacy group's push to extend the E.U.'s controversial right to be forgotten rules to the U.S. because such regulations would have a "sweeping" negative effect on many U.S. companies, a trade group said.

    The FTC should dismiss a July 7 complaint from Consumer Watchdog against Google, the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) said Friday, because the privacy group's request that Google and other Internet firms enforce the right to be forgotten could open the door to more European privacy regulations in the U.S.

    If the privacy group's "underlying rationale were accepted, then a myriad of broad privacy protections imposed in Europe would have to be imposed automatically in the U.S. by any company asserting to be protective of privacy interests," Daniel Jaffe, the ANA's executive vice president for government relations, wrote in a letter to the FTC. "Clearly this view is unprecedented, counterintuitive, illogical, and dangerous to free expression."

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  • Black Hat 2015: Cracking just about anything

    Researchers at the Black Hat conference next week will show how to crack Internet routing protocols, malware-detecting honeypots radio-frequency ID gear that gates building access and more. They'll also offer tips on how to avoid becoming victims to their new attacks.

    A pair of researchers will release a hardware device that exploits weaknesses in RFID access controls and show how to use it to break into buildings. The device exploits the communication protocol used by most access-control systems, according to the team, Eric Evenchick, a freelance developer, and Mark Baseggio, a security consultant for Accuvant.

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  • New Google Glass for businesses will reportedly attach to other eyewear

    The next edition of Google Glass will target enterprises and feature an attachable design, a news report suggests, shedding new light on rumors that have been circulating over the past several months.

    The device will feature a curved, rectangular form factor much the way the first, consumer-focused Glass edition did, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal. It will differ from that version, however, in that it will reportedly feature a button-and-hinge system rather than a fixed frame, making it attachable to different kinds of eyewear.

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  • Mozilla Firefox vs. Microsoft Windows 10 — FIGHT!

    Mozilla Firefox honcho castigates Microsoft chief: CEO Chris Beard is lambasting his opposite number at Microsoft for Windows 10's inability to remember browser-choice settings.

    His complaint centers around the user experience when upgrading to the new OS. It appears that Satya's crew decided—in their infinite wisdom—that all users should open the new Edge browser as the default.

    It's also more "complex" for users to change it back to Chrome. Wait, I mean... back to Firefox. Um, yeah...

    In IT Blogwatch, bloggers FINISH HIM. Not to mention: Here's how the Google Chrome team reacted...

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  • FREE COURSE: Learn basic Cisco networking

    In partnership with Pluralsight, Network World presents a free course on CCNA routing and VLANs. In this course, the student will learn the fundamental concepts of networking, and then immediately apply this knowledge to the configuration of a router and switch.

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  • Hacker steals Bitdefender customer log-in credentials, attempts blackmail

    A hacker extracted customer log-in credentials from a server owned by Bitdefender that hosted the cloud-based management dashboards for its small and medium-size business clients.

    The antivirus company confirmed the security breach but said in an emailed statement that the attack affected less than 1 percent of its SMB customers, whose passwords have since been reset. Consumer and enterprise customers were not affected, the company said.

    The hacker, who uses the online alias DetoxRansome, first bragged about the breach on Twitter Saturday and later messaged Bitdefender threatening to release the company's "customer base" unless he was paid $15,000.

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  • Update: Mozilla slams Microsoft over Windows 10's default browser switcheroo

    Mozilla yesterday went public with its complaint about Windows 10 resetting the default browser, calling it "disturbing" and demanding that it "undo its aggressive move to override user choice."

    Microsoft defended the practice of making its Edge browser the default in Windows 10, but left open the possibility of a future change. "As with all aspects of the product, we have designed Windows 10 as a service; if we learn from user experience that there are ways to make improvements, we will do so," a company spokeswoman said in an email reply to a request for comment.

    In a letter from Mozilla CEO Chris Beard to Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella, Beard slammed the way Windows 10 setup changed the default browser on a Windows 7 or 8.1 PC upgraded to Windows 10.

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  • 11 Force Touch commands for Mac users

    With the exception of MacBook Air, Apple laptops now ship with a Force Touch trackpad – this technology is expected to migrate to a future iPhone, so finding out what you can already do with it should be of interest.

    Force Touch lets you Force Click an item. You do this by tapping the item and then leaving your finger in place and applying more pressure. This lets you access contextual controls – in a very general sense you could say this replicates use of right-click.

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  • Cisco's pay package for CEO Robbins is a sweet deal

    Cisco will pay incoming CEO Chuck Robbins a higher salary than outgoing chief John Chambers made in fiscal 2014.

    Robbins will make $1.15 million in salary in fiscal 2016, which began this week, and he could earn another $2.59 million based on performance under Cisco's Executive Incentive Plan. Add in as much as $13 million in stock grants, and Robbins could bring in more than $16.7 million for his first year at the helm.

    By contrast, Chambers got $1.1 million in salary and a smaller basic percentage bonus under the Executive Incentive Plan in fiscal 2014, according to the company's proxy statement issued last September. Chambers was a 20-year veteran at the helm of the company and was also chairman. He stepped back to become executive chairman.

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  • Lawmakers head to Silicon Valley to push tech companies on diversity

    Three U.S. lawmakers are traveling to Silicon Valley to push tech companies to offer opportunities for African-Americans, an area in which most of these companies have poor track records.

    Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Chairman G. K. Butterfield and Representatives Barbara Lee and Hakeem Jeffries, all members of the CBC Diversity Task Force, will travel to Silicon Valley on Sunday to meet with executives at companies and organizations there, including Apple, Bloomberg, Google, Intel, Kapor, Pandora and SAP.

    "Our goal for this trip is to encourage and partner with these organizations to implement a diversity plan that will place more African-Americans in the tech pipeline," Butterfield said in a statement Thursday. "This will potentially lead to a wide range of opportunities, from student internships to positions on the boards of tech companies."

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  • Everything you need to know about Windows 10

    Windows 10 has been one of the most anticipated Windows releases in Microsoft history -- especially given the issues with Windows 8, the result of Microsoft's decision to build an operating system that works on both touch and non-touch systems.

    We're covering Windows 10 from every angle, including articles about whether to upgrade, reviews of the operating system, tips for getting the most out of it, troubleshooting advice, and plenty more. So consider this page your starting point for learning all there is to know about Windows 10. We'll be updating it regularly, so check back early and often.

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  • How to change managers, the government-project way

    Flashback to 1992, when this IT pilot fish is fresh out of grad school and working for a government contractor.

    "I was working on a contract to design and develop a system engineering tool to help the government system engineers design and develop systems, using computer-aided software engineering tools," says fish.

    "Two months into the job, the technical lead did a presentation to the government and our company managers on what we'd done so far."

    But partway into the technical presentation, one of the company's managers starts asking questions.

    The tech lead answers the first set of questions with a clear, cogent explanation. OK, fish thinks, that makes sense.

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  • Facebook aims to launch unmanned drone by year-end

    At 140 feet, it has the wingspan of a Boeing 737, but carries no passengers -- and it's much lighter too, weighing in at no more than 1,000 pounds. And within the next couple months, Facebook hopes to get its drone off the ground on an inaugural test flight.

    Named Aquila, the aircraft is the product of more than a year's work at the social networking giant. Its function is not to drop retail items from the clouds like Amazon's drones, but to provide Internet access to the hundreds of millions of people who don't have it in under-served parts of the world. Facebook aims to partner with carriers and other companies to provide connectivity, potentially at a lower cost than typical infrastructure like cell phone towers.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: Amazon's drone zone effort is the perfect retail domination play

    Amazon has proposed to NASA that a large section of the sky be declared a drone zone, a chunk of airspace where only high-end, autonomous drones would be allowed to fly. The filing proposes specific standards for such drones, in a clever attempt to craft rules that would help Amazon dominate its retail rivals by controlling the skies.

    Is it Amazon's place to be leading these FAA and NASA discussions? The nicest interpretation is that Amazon sees a true need for these kinds of changes and that it also sees a vacuum in leadership. In short, it sees that no one is stepping up — at least not the government — to make this happen, so either Amazon takes the initiative or it won't get done. I guess you could see all of this as very mature and selfless of Amazon, to devote these kinds of resources to helping the planet. Or you could take the cynical interpretation and think that the e-commerce maestro wants to help craft the rules to give itself an advantage for as many years and decades as it can. Which is more likely?

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  • Hacker shows he can locate, unlock and remote start GM vehicles

    A security researcher has posted a video on YouTube demonstrating how a device he made can intercept wireless communications to locate, unlock and remotely start GM vehicles that use the OnStar RemoteLink mobile app.

    Samy Kamkar, who refers to himself as a hacker and whistleblower, posted the video today showing him using a device he calls OwnStar. The device, he said, intercepts communications between GM's OnStar RemoteLink mobile app and the OnStar cloud service.

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    Hacker Samy Kamkar shows how after hacking the OnStar mobile app, he's able to use it to control a Chevy Volt.

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  • Android for Work gains mobile-carrier support

    The enterprise-oriented version of Google's mobile OS, Android for Work, gained support from a roster of business partners that includes the top four U.S. mobile carriers.

    Forty companies support the BYOD-friendly software ecosystem, including device manufacturers, application makers and management providers, and for the first time, mobile carriers including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, Rogers, Bell Canada, Telus Mobility and KT.

    "The addition of carriers is a huge deal," said Dan Olds, principal analyst with Gabriel Consulting Group. "This makes Android for Work truly international -- they have enough carriers signed up that virtually any business, regardless of the carrier they choose, will have it available to them."

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  • Researchers improve de-anonymization attacks for sites hiding on Tor

    Researchers have developed a new technique that could allow attackers to determine with a high degree of accuracy which Tor websites users are accessing and where those websites are hosted.

    The new attack, which improves upon previous traffic fingerprinting techniques, was devised by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), who found ways to differentiate between different types of connections in a user's encrypted Tor traffic.

    The Tor anonymity network was built to hide from network snoopers which websites or other Internet resources that user is accessing. It does this by wrapping the user's requests in several layers of encryption and routing them through multiple computers that run the Tor software.

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  • Business as usual for enterprise migrations to Windows 10

    Windows 10 may be a radical change from its predecessors, maybe even the last version of the OS, but for enterprises planning to migrate to the new operating system, it will be the same old, same old, analysts said today.

    "Business as usual," said Al Gillen of IDC in an interview when asked how corporations will approach Windows 10.

    The experts' consensus was that Microsoft's major customers would treat Windows 10 much like they have previous upgrades -- such as Windows XP to Windows 7, the last major move by most -- rather than accelerate the process and jump on the new OS faster than they have others.

    While Microsoft doesn't have the leverage with enterprises that it does with consumers and small businesses -- whose current Windows 7 and 8.1 devices are eligible for a free upgrade under a one-year time limit -- the Redmond, Wash., company has urged corporations to move quickly.

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  • Google rejects French request to expand right to be forgotten

    Google won't comply with an order from France's privacy watchdog group to apply the right to be forgotten to all its search results around the world.

    In June, CNIL, France's data protection authority, ordered Google to remove search results meeting "right to be forgotten" criteria from any regional version of Google's search engine. However, granting CNIL's request could have a "serious chilling effect on the web," Google said Thursday in a blog post.

    The request stems from a May 2014 decision by the European Court of Justice that allows Europeans to ask search engines in the region to scrub results that contain information about them that's found to be inadequate, irrelevant or not in the public interest. This has been dubbed the right to be forgotten.

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  • DataTorrent tackles complexity of Hadoop data ingestion

    While the buzz around big data analysis is at a peak, there is less discussion about how to get the necessary data into the systems in the first place, which can involve the cumbersome task of setting up and maintaining a number of data processing pipelines.

    To help solve this problem, Santa Clara, Calif. start-up DataTorrent has released what it calls the first enterprise-grade ingestion application for Hadoop, DataTorrent dtIngest.

    The application is designed to streamline the process of collecting, aggregating and moving data onto and off of a Hadoop cluster.

    The software is based on Project Apex, an open source software package available under the Apache 2.0 license.

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  • Critical BIND denial-of-service flaw could disrupt large portions of the Internet

    Attackers could exploit a new vulnerability in BIND, the most popular Domain Name System (DNS) server software, to disrupt the Internet for many users.

    The vulnerability affects all versions of BIND 9, from BIND 9.1.0 to BIND 9.10.2-P2, and can be exploited to crash DNS servers that are powered by the software.

    The Domain Name System is the Internet's phone book. It's used to convert domain and host names into numerical Internet Protocol (IP) addresses that computers need to communicate with each other. The DNS is made up of a global network of servers and a very large number of them run BIND, a software package developed and maintained by a nonprofit corporation called the Internet Systems Consortium (ISC).

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  • Opponents focus on defeating CISA cyberthreat info-sharing bill

    Opponents of a U.S. Senate bill intended to encourage businesses to share information about cyberthreats may have stalled a vote on the legislation.

    Recent news reports had Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pushing for a vote on the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) before a four-week summer recess starting Aug. 10, but a spokesman for the Kentucky Republican said Thursday there were no immediate plans for a vote.

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    Digital rights group Fight for the Future launched an old-school fax campaign opposing CISA, a cyberthreat sharing bill.

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  • Focus turns to Windows 10 Mobile and Lumia flagships

    Now that Windows 10 is out, focus is turning to Windows 10 Mobile running on Windows Phones, with flagship Lumia models expected in the fall.

    Confirming recent rumors, Juniper Research analyst Sam Smith said by email Thursday that the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL will ship with Windows 10 natively.

    Microsoft didn't comment on Thursday, but company officials said as early as March at Mobile World Congress that Lumia models running Windows 10 would ship in the fall. The speculation is that a formal announcement will occur in September, with shipments starting in October.

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  • IBM aims Watson's cognitive computer power at CVS customers

    IBM's Watson will be working for drugstore chain CVS in a partnership that has the supercomputer pointing its cognitive computing power at customers with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, hypertension and obesity offering care providers insights into their patients' behaviors.

    In a partnership announced today, IBM's Watson supercomputer will be used to ingest data from CVS patient clinical records, claims data and fitness devices and then combine that with the latest medical research to provide pharmacies, nurses and allied physicians with best practices for treating patients who suffer from chronic illnesses.

    By detecting potential issues early, the hope is that Watson will be able to help healthcare providers treat potential patients at risk of illnesses such as diabetes, high blood pressure and congestive heart failure before they become critical.

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  • Google wants order in uncontrolled airspace so its Wing drones can fly

    To bring order to low-altitude airspace so its Project Wing delivery drones can get off the ground, Google is proposing a set of rules for operating aircraft below 500 feet.

    The proposal calls for all drones, including those flown by hobbyists, to constantly transmit identification and position information so airspace access and collision avoidance can be managed by computer.

    The proposal, unveiled on Wednesday by Dave Vos, head of the Wing project, seeks to take moment-to-moment control of airspace under 500 feet away from air traffic control authorities and put it in the hands of private airspace service providers, he said.

    These companies, which he called ASPs, would receive data from all craft in flight, including hobbyist drones, emergency helicopters and commercial craft like those being developed by Google Wing. Before every flight, each craft would send a short flight plan. The flight might be approved as requested, approved with modifications to take into account other users, or denied.

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