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  • FAA Approves AT&T Drones in Puerto Rico To Help Restore Cellular Service

    The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on recently announced it had approved a request made by AT&T to fly a new drone that will help restore cellular service in the hurricane-hit Puerto Rico. The new unmanned autonomous aircraft developed by AT&T is known as Cell on Wings or the Flying Cow. It is the... Read More

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  • Tracking Rogue Drones With DJI’s New Aeroscope System

    Thanks to DJI’s new invention called “Aeroscope” it is now possible to track rogue drones in prohibited areas. The Aeroscope is a system that is capable of detecting drones flying within an airspace. The Aeroscope has already been deployed in Camarillo Airport in California, where it helps to stop drones from venturing into the airport’s... Read More

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  • How Drones Will Reshape Our Lives

    Drones are quickly becoming an integral part of our lives. Drone technology, having made unparalleled advancements in the military, surveillance, real estate, agriculture and deliveries among other applications, are starting to become mainstream. Visions of the science-fiction cities will soon be a reality. Picture a skyline of buildings with a fleet of flying drones weaving... Read More

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  • Red Bull Launches Into Drone Racing

    Red Bull has become one of the newest corporations to get into the drone racing industry. Red Bull hosted its first drone racing tournament this October at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria. Drone racing has grown from what used to be a backyard hobby in abandoned buildings into a mainstream sport that can... Read More

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  • New Drone Delivery System Called ‘DelivAir’ Launched

    Cambridge Consultants, a tech research company, recently unveiled a new concept for drone delivery systems called DelivAir. The system relies on GPS tracking to quickly identify the recipients location. But even more impressive is how the drone will find the correct customer who placed the order. When the DelivAir drone is near the delivery drop... Read More

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  • Are Drones A Threat to Commercial Aircraft?

    Drones are everywhere, and we can expect more to appear in the future. In fact, the Federal Aviation Administration estimates that there may be as many as 7 million hobby drones by 2020 in the United States. This may seem like good news, but drones can also be quite dangerous, especially when they collide with... Read More

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  • DJI Creates Wi-Fi Based Drone Tracking System

    In a move that’s meant to help concerns about unmanned traffic management, DJI, the major Chinese drone manufacturer, developed a new drone identification tracking system called Aerospace. Conceptually, Aerospace will be similar to the TCAS (Traffic Collision Avoidance System) found on most aircraft. The major difference is that unlike the latter, Aerospace will operate on... Read More

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  • UK Scientists Have Developed a Drone that Shoots ‘Webs’ like Spider-Man

    Scientists in the United Kingdom have manufactured a drone that produces webs, just like the character in the popular science fiction film, Spiderman. This drone shoots out webs from four tubes located at its base. These webs allow the drone to attach itself to solid surfaces to maintain stability, however, research is ongoing on how... Read More

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  • San Diego Zoo Will Use Drone To Monitor Polar Bear Habitat

    Next month, San Diego Zoo Global researchers will use a custom made drone to observe polar bears in the Canadian arctic and study the effect of changing sea patterns on the animals. Previous studies of polar bears were limited because they relied on satellite images which was costly to operate and could not provide vivid... Read More

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  • Parrot Releases New Drones to Help With Disasters and Agriculture

    When a natural disaster occurs, the process of finding survivors is dangerous and most times difficult. There could be unstable debris, downed power-lines or obstructions on the ground preventing access. A 23-year-old French technology company called Parrot has modified the functionality of consumer drones for use in gathering data after a disaster. The company is... Read More

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