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  • Using Drones to Scan Rochester Castle and Rochester Cathedral in England

    On the east bank of River Medway, along England’s historical Watling Street, stands Rochester Castle directly across from Rochester Cathedral. Founded after the Norman Conquest around 1087-1089, the castle has seen its fair share of conflict from sieges and wars. The castle’s most prominent feature, the stone keep, is one of the best preserved 12th... Read More

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  • New Electric “Land Drone” That Cuts Grass

    It’s that time of year when everything is blooming and growing. For many in North America, it seems they need to cut their grass every other day. Keeping lawns well trimmed is important not just to boost curb appeal, but it also helps promote healthy regrowth and minimize pests. For smaller yards, regular mowing is... Read More

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  • Drones Will One Day Replace Fighter Pilots, But Until Then…Top Gun: Maverick

     A film 3 decades in the making, delayed by the global pandemic, that cost $170 million to make, finally hit theaters this past Memorial Day Weekend. Directed by Joseph Kosinski, Top Gun: Maverick brought in over $160 million over the 4 day weekend, earning Tom Cruise his biggest premier ever and becoming the biggest... Read More

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  • Mars Rover Uses Drone Named “Ingenuity” to Explore the Martian Surface

    On December 4, 2012, NASA announced one of its most ambitious projects ever, the Mars 2020 mission. The mission objectives would be to explore Mars for past signs of microbial life, water, and habitable conditions using unmanned robotics. On July 30, 2020, Mars 2020 was launched with 2 very important drones by the expendable launch... Read More

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  • Using Drones In Ecuador to Protect Indigenous Land

    In 1989, American billionaire philanthropists Richard and Rhoda Goldman established the Goldman Environmental Prize, also known as the Green Nobel. The prize is awarded to grassroots activists committed to protecting the environment from each of the world’s 6 geographic regions. A recording of this year’s recipients was aired on May 25, 2022. The winners were... Read More

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  • Brookfield, Connecticut Police Department Starts Using Drones

    About 55 miles northwest of New York City, in the southern foothills of the Berkshire Mountains, is the town of Brookfield, Connecticut. The Brookfield Police Department (BPD) is responsible for serving a population of 17,528 people over 20.4 square miles. According to BPD Captian Matthew Donadio, the department began investigating the idea of developing a... Read More

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  • Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Uses Ground Drone to Track Penguins

    Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI) is the largest independent oceanographic research enterprise in the United States. With its headquarters in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, the research institute boasts around 1,000 staff and students and some of the most advanced research technology available to uphold its missions. WHOI has become particularly known for research programs utilizing drones.... Read More

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  • Farmers Start Using Drones For Herding and Livestock Management

    Drones have completely changed the way farmers manage their crops. Drones are doing everything from monitoring crop growth and health, testing hydration and soil levels, applying fertilizers and pesticides, planting seeds, and even harvesting some crops. To keep up with the demand of feeding a growing global population, addressing common farming issues like pests, and... Read More

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  • Drone Show Company, Nocturne, Partners With Security Drone Company, Dedrone

    After developing manned aircraft, it didn’t take long for humans to start tinkering with unmanned aircraft designs. The first drone dates back to the early 1900’s with the Gyroplane made by the Brequet brothers of France. Soon, more drones were being designed in response to the vital role manned aircraft played during WWI and WWII.... Read More

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  • Bayer Company Using Drones to Help Farmers

    In 1863, Friedrich Bayer founded a dye factory in Elberfeld, Germany. With the success of the factory, expansion in size and product range soon followed, eventually becoming one of the largest pharmaceutical and life sciences corporations in the world. Today, headquartered in Leverkusen, Germany, Bayer is one of the most recognized brands. While aspirin is... Read More

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