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  • Using Drones to Predict Pregnancies in Dolphins

    In 1938, Duke University opened its Marine Laboratory on Pivers Island, North Carolina, about 180 miles east of the main campus in Durham. The goal of the lab is to study marine ecosystems for conservation modeling. Within the building are other labs designated for specific areas of study, such as the Marine Robotics and Remote... Read More

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  • Professor at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia Using Drones To Aid in Food & Water Security

    With over 170 published research papers, Professor Matthew McCabe was recognized as a Clarivate Highly Cited Researcher (2019-2020) for his work on climate change, water and food security, precision agriculture, and water resources monitoring and modeling. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Environmental Engineering from the University of Newcastle in Australia before going... Read More

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  • Applus+ Laboratories Offers a Complete Testing and Certification Service for Drones

    As the aviation industry began to grow, the European Union (EU) established the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) in 1970. Headquartered in Hoofddorp, Netherlands, near the Schiphol airport, the JAA served as a safety regulatory organization until 2009. In July of 2002, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) opened in Cologne, Germany, becoming fully operational and... Read More

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  • Disneyland Paris Launches “D-Light” Drone Show

     There has long been a stereotype touting the people of France rejecting anything overtly American. On April 12, 1992, the people of France gladly put that stereotype aside as they welcomed the opening of the second Disneyland theme park outside of the United States. About 20 miles east of Paris in Chessy, Disneyland Paris... Read More

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  • Draganfly Donates Medical Response and Search and Rescue Drones to Ukraine

    Since February 24, 2022, the world has watched, in a state of disbelief and shock, the invasion of Ukraine by Russia. The UN estimates that 3.6million Ukrainians have fled the country for safety while their cities have been reduced to rubble. At least 900 lives have been claimed amid the conflict, and for many around... Read More

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  • Visual Effects Company Creates Realistic Underwater Dolphin Drone

     In 1991, Walt Conti founded his visual effects company, Edge Innovations. A few years later he built the now famous robotic orca used in the movie Free Willy. Since then, Walt and his team of engineers and artists have gone on to work on some of the most prestigious Hollywood projects. Edge has also... Read More

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  • Scientists Are Mimicking Nature as a Way to Create New Drones to Locate Landmines, Missing People & More

    When scientists and engineers are looking to develop a new concept, they often take inspiration from nature. Through biomimicry, characteristics from nature are applied to solve human problems. One of the most obvious examples of biomimicry is the bird and bat wing inspiration behind many aircraft designs. But sometimes, biomimicry goes beyond just physical characteristics,... Read More

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  • Engineer Using Tesla Battery to Help Create a New Drone

    By the late 1800s, Nikola Tesla had begun to make a name for himself as an engineer and inventor in the United States. One of Tesla’s inventions would eventually lead to the development of one of today’s fastest growing industries. In the 1890’s, Tesla began experimenting with transmitting power wirelessly by using radio waves to... Read More

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  • Using Drones to Inspect Railway Systems and Railway Tracks

    In 1973, Bihrle Applied Research Inc. was founded as an aeronautical research and development firm. Over the years the company, based out of Virginia, became leaders in “areas of wind tunnel testing, flight dynamics, scale aircraft prototype development, Sense and Avoid technologies, aircraft mathematical modeling & simulation, and specialized software development for the commercial and... Read More

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