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  • Marines Testing New Technology to Hide From Enemy Drones

    In just a short period of time since they were invented, drones have taken many industries by storm. Providing businesses with an easy way to do many tasks that were previously challenging, time consuming and expensive can now be done at a fraction of the cost. However, as much as we have grown to love... Read More

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  • Researchers Developing Insect Inspired System for Flying Drones

    Flying insects are quite good at maneuvering through tight spots, but they often run into obstacles especially windows. As unique as insects are, there is hardly any space on their bodies to mount fancy computing and sensing systems to help improve their flight. A group of scientists have researched the flying habits of insects particularly... Read More

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  • Drones to Track the Largest Dam Removal on the East Coast

    In the past, taking down a dam has been a tough jobs for engineers, contractors and demolition experts. One wrong move and the damage caused by the water and can be deadly. A team of experts from Maryland have recently figured out a way to make this entire process easier by using drones.  A large... Read More

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  • California Passes a Law to Stop Drone Flights Over Prisons

    Recently, prisons have faced a huge security threat in the form of drones that are being used by criminals to deliver drugs, phones, dangerous weapons, and other contraband to prisons.  Consequently, the state of California recently passed a law that outlaws any drone flights above correctional facilities. Gov. Jerry Brown signed the bill on Monday... Read More

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  • For the First Time Ever, Multiple Drones Operated by Single Operator

    In the past few years, there have been numerous reports that drones are being developed for the delivery of food and other products such as medical supplies. This is no longer a far fetched idea. A drone company in Reno has taken the idea a step further and designed a system that allows a single... Read More

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  • The NFL Backs Bipartisan Bill on Drone Defense

    The NFL’s top ranked security official recently backed a bipartisan legislation that will authorize the federal government to track, seize, and destroy any drones considered to pose a threat to public gatherings. According to the NFL’s senior vice president of security, Cathy Lanier, there has been a sharp rise in the number of incidents by... Read More

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  • Drones Saving Power Companies Big Money

    In the US alone, there are currently over 180,000 licensed drones, and the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) predicts that by 2022, there will be over 500,000 more. Drones are everywhere, and many businesses are starting to take advantage of them.  Drones are taking amazing photos and videos in high definition for Realtors. They are inspecting... Read More

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  • Drones Used to Fight Disease Causing Mosquitoes in Brazil

    Recently a drone in the town of Bahia, Brazil released a swarm of mosquitoes into the atmosphere. Mosquitoes are one of the most deadly insects in the world. There are over 100 unique species of dangerous mosquitoes that are known to carry deadly pathogens that can cause deadly diseases such as Malaria, West Nile and... Read More

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  • Satellite Drone Flies for 25 Days Straight Setting a New World Record

     A solar powered drone recently set a new record by staying airborne at high altitudes for almost 26 days straight. Airbus, the company behind the drone, says they have plenty of plans for it including military applications as well as monitoring of wildfires and disaster zones. Airbus announced that its latest model of the... Read More

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  • Xcel Energy Becomes the First to Fly a Drone Beyond Visual Line of Sight

    On September 12, Xcel Energy became the first company ever to fly a US utility drone Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) during ongoing inspections. The drone was launched to inspect power lines in Platteville, Colorado near the Fort St.Vrain Generating Station.  The company launched the 35-pound drone which was equipped with two high quality... Read More

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