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  • European Union Proposes New Drone Regulations

    Recently, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) came up with a proposal to regulate small civilian drones in European nations as part of the International Airport Review’s safety series. The proposal serves as the basis for the adoption of rules and regulations by the European Commission later this year. The proposal is a result of... Read More

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  • Ohio Plans to Use Drones to Study Highway Traffic

    The state of Ohio has given the green light to a new 3-year study that will test the feasibility of using a fleet of drones to monitor Ohio’s road systems. Put into motion by Governor John Kasich’s Innovation Center for New Technology, the study is expected to cost up to $5.9 million over 3 years... Read More

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  • Drones Used to Monitor Kilauea Volcano

    Drones have been proven to be useful not only as a tool for recording fun moments and film making, but also as a research tool that is helping scientists understand some of the unsolved mysteries in science. Due to their size and ability to be controlled remotely, drones can be used to capture images, footage,... Read More

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  • Drones To Replace 4th of July Firework Displays

     For a long time, organized Fireworks have been synonymous with holiday celebrations such as the 4th of July. But in this season of drought, some western American towns are abandoning this tradition for a more safer alternative…drone shows! The change has partly been inspired by beautifully choreographed drone shows such as the one from... Read More

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  • Amazon Patents Hijack Proof Delivery Drones

    Amazon, the largest online store aims to revolutionize their delivery services by using drones. As part of their new drone delivery technology, Amazon seeks to develop patents to make the delivery process as simple and easy as possible. Two years ago, the company filed a patent under “Hostile takeover avoidance of unmanned vehicles.” The patent... Read More

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  • Drones Causing Problems for Firefighters Fighting Forest Fires

    In the past decade, drones have grown a lot in popularity mainly due to the increasing number of manufacturers making high-quality drones that are both affordable and easy to use. As a result, there are currently millions of drone owners all around the world. In most countries, anyone who can afford a drone is allowed... Read More

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  • China’s New Drones Look Exactly like Real Birds

     In another example of China using the latest technology to spy on its citizens’ lives, the Chinese government has recently started testing drones that look like birds. The purpose of these small drones is simple. To go unnoticed while observing its citizens. Reports indicate that the drones have been deployed for testing in several... Read More

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  • Firefighters Are Using Drones To Catch Illegal Firework Displays

    New privacy concerns emerged after a fire department used drones to oversee 4th of July celebrations.  The Bakersfield Fire Department, used drones to fly over residential areas to search for illegal fireworks. This year they went all out to ensure that no illegal fireworks were used, even going as far as sending out 38 enforcement... Read More

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  • Mexican City Uses Drones to Successfully Reduce Crime

    Drones have been all over the news recently for both good and bad reasons. Fortunately, there seems to be more positive news about them. In Mexico, a single drone has helped reduce the crime rate in the city of Ensenada by 10%. The drone has taken to the skies, patrolling the city for several months... Read More

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  • Drone Successfully Finds Missing Man

    Peter Pugh, a 75 year old publishing company owner, recently got lost while on a walk with friends at Brancaster Beach. He was found alive and in pretty good health 20 hours later by a drone! Pugh, tried to take a shortcut home and went missing after he became separated from his group. He fell... Read More

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