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  • New Rules for Drone Operators in Canada

    Transport minister Marc Garneau has issued new regulations to all drone operators in Canada. All drone operators are now required to register their drones and participate in an online test for certification. This announcement means that drone users will now have to pass this certification test to continue operating them. The regulations range from piloting... Read More

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  • Finding Land Mines With the Help of Drones

    One the nightmares from the Afghan war is still making life difficult for the locals. The landscape is still littered with butterfly mines, which are a type of landmine, that were dropped in the area over the course of several wars. These particularly nasty mines are known to kill and cripple children who mistake the... Read More

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  • First Drone Delivery of Vaccines on the Island of Vanuatu

    To many parents living in urbanized and developed neighborhoods, a 25-mile walk to the closest clinic for their child’s vaccinations is unheard of. But there are many people who live in remote parts of the world that are inaccessible via cars and delivery trucks.  But thanks to a specialized drone, making medical deliveries can now... Read More

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  • Drone Use Increases in the Oil and Gas Industry

    A lot of industries such as oil and gas are now using drones for many applications. These unmanned aerial vehicles have helped the industry save time and money. Also, drones have improved safety and efficiency of the oil sites. The data provided by drones shows that the technology is bound to transform the oil and... Read More

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  • Rain Disrupted NYPD’s Plans To Use Drones On New Year’s Eve

    The New York Police Department (NYPD) was forced to abandon plans to deploy drones during the 2019 New Year’s Eve celebrations in Times Square. The cancellation was caused by extreme weather that included both strong winds and heavy rain.  In the days before the celebrations, the NYPD had announced plans to deploy a drone as... Read More

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  • European Authorities Devise Regulations for Commercial Use of Drones

    As the e-commerce industry continues to grow, drones will gain more potential to cut down the cost, time, and energy required for the countless deliveries made online every single day. But before there’s a thriving commercial drone delivery system in Europe, especially in the crowded urban areas, it’s necessary to have a set of regulations... Read More

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  • Drones Are Becoming a Technological Innovation for Indian Construction Companies

    According to a recent report, the construction industry is likely to grow by 85% by 2030 with China, the US and India accounting for 57% of the growth.  One of the main factors promoting the growth of India’s construction industry is the adoption of drone technology. India is the second largest importer of drones after... Read More

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  • Are Drone “Taxis” the Next Evolution for Drone Technology?

    As far back as 1923, futurists were envisioning flying cars over American cities solving the traffic problem many large cities currently face. If Matt Chansen gets his way, we could be one step closer to those futuristic predictions. Only that it won’t be cars flying over the cities. Instead it will be drones that will... Read More

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  • New Drone That Can Fly, Swim, and Dive Underwater

     From aerial surveillance to disaster relief, drone applications are plenty. But now, researchers are working on designing drones that can be operated both in the air and under water.  Embedded Systems Research Laboratory at Oakland University has come up with a fully functional drone called Loon Copter, that can not only fly in the... Read More

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  • This Drone Can Transport 200 Pounds of Weight With Ease

    A Kentucky based company, Mobile Recon Systems, has announced a new drone called ‘Dauntless’ which is capable of lifting and transporting over 200 lbs of weight. This report comes a few years after the launch of their previous drone called KittyHawk, which was a quadcopter that was designed to carry up to 3 GoPro cameras.... Read More

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