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  • DJI  Drones Take Precision Agriculture to New Heights

    Drones are a critical component of the U.S. farming industry’s new emphasis on “precision” agriculture.  With AI-driven sensors, high-resolution zoom cameras and properly designed spray nozzles, drones can deliver seeds, fertilizer and pesticides to the areas of a farm that need them most – based on documented soil fertility and crop stress conditions – reducing... Read More

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  • Drones Can Help Heart Attack Victims Get Prompt Medical Attention, Boosting Their Chances of Survival, New Study Shows

    A person that suffers a heart attack outside of a hospital setting requires prompt attention to avoid permanent physical damage or death.   Treatment by means of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and early defibrillation with an automated external defibrillator (AED) is essential for increasing chances of survival.  Victims that receive such treatment within the first 3-5 minutes... Read More

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  • StrixDrones Establishes Its Corporate HQ in the Birthplace of Modern Aviation

    Ohio is widely known as the “birthplace of American aviation.”  That’s because the Wright brothers – Wilbur and Orville — grew up in the Buckeye State and first designed and tested their aircraft there.  It’s hard to imagine a more poignant place for a pioneering UAV company to establish its corporate headquarters – and to... Read More

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  • Sacramento Police Turn to Micro-Drones to Fight Crime

    Law enforcement agencies nationwide are turning to drones to bolster their crime-fighting capabilities.  Normally, a drone is stationed on top of the roof of police headquarters, ready to respond at a moment’s notice.  When a 911 call comes in, the drone flies to the scene of an emergency, hovers overhead, and provides arriving officers with... Read More

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  • Spain Sends Drones to Senegal to Try to Contain a Deepening Migrant Crisis

    The United States isn’t the only major Western nation looking to drones to monitor and contain a migrant influx.  In the Mediterranean, thousands of migrants are streaming from the West African coast of Senegal to Spain’s Canary Islands, overwhelming the area and outstripping Senegal’s interdiction capabilities. Senegal already deploys boats and helicopters in joint patrols... Read More

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  • Can Detection and Prevention Drones Stop a Wildfire Before It Starts?

    Seasonal wildfires destroy millions of dollars worth of property annually, primarily in the western United States.  Fires also wreak long-term environmental damage, while endangering wildlife as well as humans.  Efforts to respond to these devastating blazes, which are becoming more frequent and damaging due to climate change, are improving.  After years of resistance, state fire-fighting... Read More

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  • Insurers Rely Heavily on Drones For Fast Accurate Data-Driven Assessments

    A growing number of commercial industries deploy aerial drones to reduce their operational costs, enhance workplace safety and improve their contribution to sustainability.  Drones can reduce a company’s need for time-consuming and expensive ground surveys; they can improve data collection in otherwise inaccessible areas; they can reduce the exposure of their field workers to harm... Read More

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  • In Resource-Rich Australia, Wedgetail Aerospace’s New Mining Drones Are Preparing to Break the Mold

    Mining companies in Australia, like mining companies everywhere, have grown accustomed to deploying drones to conduct aerial surveys to find new sources of ore and to maintain mine and workplace safety.  In fact, mining drones were some of the first to be deployed for commercial purposes anywhere in the world. Due to their specialized functions,... Read More

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  • Thermal Imaging Drones Are Saving Lives in Diverse Missions 

    Thermal imaging technology has long been associated with the need to inspect electric power grids.  Thermal imaging cameras allow field inspectors to identify subtle temperature changes and evidence of “delamination” – or splitting and fraying – in power lines that could prefigure an outage or spark a raging fire.  Grid inspections are laborious, expensive and... Read More

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