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  • Drone Company to Supply Drones For Farming

    According to the University of Minnesota, the corn and soy bean industry made over $90 billion in 2016. This is a lucrative market and a good opportunity for many businesses. It is definitely tempting for drone manufacturers, retailers and service providers.  A company called Maverick Drone Systems located at Eagle Creek Parkway in Savage has... Read More

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  • Police Arrest Couple For Selling Drugs Using a Drone

    A couple was recently caught using a drone to deliver illegal drugs to buyers. The Riverside County Police arrested the couple for selling meth and other illegal drugs using a drone.  The investigation looked into the activities of 39-year-old Benjamin Baldassarre, and 31-year-old Ashley Carroll after the police got information that a drone was being... Read More

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  • Drones Could Cause More Damage to Aircraft Than Birds

    Recently, a study carried out by the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) looked into the safety of drones. The results of the study implied that if a drone collides with an aircraft, the effect could be more damaging than when a bird crashes into the same aircraft. The study looked into airplane manufacturing standards and concluded... Read More

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  • New Jersey Lawmakers Set to Pass Bill Restricting Drone Use

    The drone industry is fast becoming a billion dollar sector as millions of drones are sold each year. As the industry grows, the legislature in certain states such as New Jersey is being reformed to follow the direction of this growth.  New Jersey lawmakers are considering taking some new steps to criminalize the incorrect use... Read More

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  • Mandatory Drone Registration Bill Signed By President Trump

    Before flying a drone in the United States, you must register with the FAA. Registration costs $5 and can be done online on the Federal Drone Registry website.  Before this law was passed in 2015, anyone was able to operate a drone with no guidance from the FAA.  At the time, drone operators were asked... Read More

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  • Los Angeles Firefighters Using Drones to Help Control Fires

    Los Angeles, California battled fiery blazes last week. The fires in Ventura, San Diego, and LA destroyed over 500 properties and forced over two hundred thousand people to leave their homes.  The most troubling image is to watch firefighters run into fiery homes and buildings to save people. Even though they are protected with the... Read More

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  • Drones Can Foster Business Growth And Change Our Tomorrow

    Years ago, only a few people could have imagined how much UAV’s (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) would transform our technological landscape. Drones are now used by many, from toys to high-tech business applications. They are used in agriculture, military, e-commerce, health services, real estate and so much more. Due to the global adoption of drones, sales... Read More

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  • Researchers Destroy 600 Drones During Safety Tests

     What if the skies were filled with thousands of delivery drones? In a worst-case scenario, one of them could lose control and crash into a crowd below. The potential for accidents caused by drones is one of the reasons many people are skeptical about the widespread adoption of this new technology.  The Federal Aviation... Read More

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  • Chinese Company JD.com Using Drones To Deliver Seafood In Canada

    In Canada, a drone network plan for seafood delivery is being developed by a Chinese company called JD.com. JD.com specializes in direct online sales and they plan to reduce the cost of land hauling from an East Coast processing plants to the airport.  The CEO of JD.com, Richard Liu, met with the Canadian Prime Minister... Read More

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  • Brunswick Maine Police Department Using Drones to Spots Trespassers on Train Tracks

    The Brunswick Police Department in Maine could be the first in the country to use drones in detecting trespassers on railway tracks.  These drones will have a detection system says Desiree French, a spokesperson for the railway administration. The impending plans to extend Amtrak’s Downeaster line (Brunswick) at the northern terminal is underway and if... Read More

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