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  • Second Year of “Elon Drone Day” Set for November 18

    In recent years, some U.S. high schools and trade schools have begun integrating drone technology classes into their curricula, in part to spur students to consider the expanding drone industry as a promising career path.  But at the college level, it’s more common to find a senior professor and drone enthusiast using his university campus... Read More

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  • Drones Are Helping Floridians Assess the Damage Caused by  Hurricane Ian

    Authorities in Florida have begun cleaning up the devastation to homes and beaches caused by Hurricane Ian.  It’s an arduous task, made more difficult by the lack of access to some of the hardest hit areas. But thanks to  surveillance overflights conducted by swarms of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) authorities are piecing together a comprehensive... Read More

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  • Faced with Mounting Building Collapses, Kenya Turns to Drones

    Construction is one of the main U.S. industries in which unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are making their mark.  Drones can quickly survey a construction site to assess its stock and inventory; they can also conduct random safety checks at a fraction of the cost of human inspections – and without exposing field workers to injury.... Read More

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  • De-Mining the World’s Battlefields with Drones

    Land mines are one of the scourges of modern warfare.  Under international law, parties are supposed to lay their mines in an orderly fashion and to mark and keep track of them; they’re also supposed to construct mines with metallic materials that allow them to be detected.  Instead, in many armed conducts over the past... Read More

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  • Taiwan Enters into the World of Counter-Drones

    Taiwan’s government has just announced plans to develop its first comprehensive counter-drone system to defend itself against possible intrusions and spying by China.  The decision, announced in late August, came just days after an unidentified drone suspected of being launched by China flew low over a Taiwanese military installation at Kinmen and began recording video,... Read More

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  • How Fast is the Drone Market Really Growing?

    Everyone knows that unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) of every kind are proliferating rapidly, and sales are booming, but how fast is the global drone market actually growing?  No two market research firms seem to agree on the precise numbers, in fact. The German company Drone Industry Insights (DII) estimated the size of the UAV market... Read More

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  • To Move Goods and People, Transport Drones Will Need Investments in Basic Infrastructure

    Air taxis and delivery drones are widely considered next-generation technology in the development of the burgeoning drone industry. While most commentators have drawn attention to a host of thorny regulatory and safety issues involved in establishing new aerial pathways for transporting goods and people, less attention has been placed on a far more elementary problem: ... Read More

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  • Drones Are Quietly Assuming a Starring Role in Hollywood

    Once upon a time – that is, less than a decade ago – few Hollywood cinematographers were aware of the prospective advantages of deploying drones in a major film-making role.  But these days, if you want to make a successful Hollywood movie, drones are likely to play a major – indeed, even a starring –... Read More

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  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and Noise Pollution: How Serious is the Problem?

    Industrial society depends on the introduction of new technology to meet business and consumer needs more efficiently.  But every new technology contains a downside or two.  In the case of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV’s) one of those downsides is the risk of noise pollution generated by drone motors and rotary blades.  For most commercial activities... Read More

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  • Drones and Search-and-Rescue Operations (SAR)

    Drones are used for a variety of purposes in a wide range of industries – from construction and mining to farming and traffic management.  In most of these cases, the scope of drone operations is fairly predictable.  A specific site needs to be mapped or surveyed and the video surveillance data collected and analyzed.  The... Read More

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