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DRONE TECHNOLOGY - Studying Insects

"How studying insects may lead to smarter drones" PBS NewsHour 7/17/2015(aka Nature Does Better)ExcerptSUMMARY:  When you watch an insect fly in slow motion, you get a whole new perspective on the complexity of movement and engineering.  A...
by Mage Soapbox on Jul 20, 2015

NASA Aircraft Assists in FAA-Approved Drone Medical Supply Delivery Research

Drone medical supply delivery is a great use case for our industry – NASA, Flirtey, and others come together to test this with the Let’s Fly Wisely project We have chatted with NASA in the past about this project and excited to see that i...
by The Best Drone Info on Jul 20, 2015

International RoboSub Competition – Cornell using new AUV design

ADLINK Technology, a leading global provider of cloud-based services, intelligent gateways, and embedded building blocks for edge devices that enable the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced its sponsorship of the Cornell University Autonomous U...
by The Best Drone Info on Jul 16, 2015

Video tour – Kinnitty Castle by Drone Girl Ireland

Drone Girl Ireland takes us on another amazing video tour, this time of Kinnitty Castle, a 19th-century gothic revival castle in Kinnitty, County Offaly, Ireland. Located in north of the Slieve Bloom Mountains, Kinnitty Castle  was destroyed in 1209...
by The Best Drone Info on Jul 16, 2015

Cameron puts drones and special forces top of UK defence wish list

David Cameron will indicate that he wants special forces, drones and stronger, easily deployable counter-terrorist facilities to be the big winners in the strategic defence review undertaken this autumn. The summer season spending plan contained a su...
by Drone Watchdogs on Jul 13, 2015

Why you’ll always lose with drones alone

The U.S.-led air campaign versus Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria is having a damaging impact on the insurgent forces. That is, if you think the Pentagon’s continuing tally of ruined and harmed cars, centers and troop formations. The m...
by Drone Watchdogs on Jul 13, 2015

Global drone delivery news – mid July 2015

Drone delivery services continue to be hyped.  Most are simply trials but they are worth paying attention to as they point to services that are not far off. If you hear drone delivery you are most likely to think about Amazon.  While Amazon’s...
by The Best Drone Info on Jul 13, 2015

Think about controling drones, town staff states

Daily News Personnel Writer As drones become more popular, both for brand-new generation design airplane lovers and for Realtors requiring shots of multimillion dollar estates, the town wants to develop some rules.Who can use them? How low can they o...
by Drone Watchdogs on Jul 12, 2015

Drones lift Aerial Imaging Systems to brand-new heights

Aerial Imaging Systems started conducting business in late May after receiving an exemption from the Federal Air travel Administration Scott Dunn started flying lessons at age 16, rapidly burning through the $500 worth he was given on his birthday. S...
by Drone Watchdogs on Jul 12, 2015

LoBiondo sees expanded role for drones in Africa

U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo returned last week from his seventh trip to Africa, this time focusing on emerging terror threats. LoBiondo, R-2nd, said he wanted a better concept about which CIA policies were working and which weren’t. While much of...
by Drone Watchdogs on Jul 12, 2015

Drone Delivery Services Might Hit the Swiss Alps First

Long before Amazon drones begin zipping around American suburbs delivering everyone’s same-day air packages, we might get to watch unmanned aerial vehicles climbing the Swiss Alps to drop emergency medical supplies. Read more... The post Dr...

Who Decides the Fate of Commercial Drones?

We desire to be complimentary as a bird and look forward to having that bird’s eye view. Now he simply has to make sure that his innovations are not caged. Owning a drone and flying a drone is not the exact same thing, for the guidelines about...
by Drone Watchdogs on Jul 11, 2015

Drone of the Day:  Black Hornet

At four inches by once inch and weighing half of an ounce (16 grams), Black Hornet is more Pixar character than fighting drone. And like a Pixar character, one gets the sense that though it is now in the secret agent arsenal of at least three countri...

Russian Rostec establishes the world’s first UAV with air cushion speed of 100 kmph

Russia steals the march of UAVs, Rostec establishes world’s first UAV with air cushion speed of 100 KMPH Amidst the controversies of use of unmanned UAVs, Russia has already unveiled the prototype of world’s first UAV with air cushion spe...
by Drone Watchdogs on Jul 9, 2015

Drones and their uses in modern age

The unmanned aircraft system referred as unmanned aerial system is some textbooks replaced the technology of satellites due to their granularity ability empowered with remote sensing. The unmanned aircraft systems have the following advantages over t...
by Drone Watchdogs on Jul 9, 2015

NASA quiere enviar drones a Marte

Desde hace muchos años que la NASA lleva investigando de forma avanzada a Marte y todavía son muchas las preguntas que todos se hacen respecto a las posibilidades de existencia de vida en el planeta Rojo. Sin embargo, hasta que sea viable enviar un...
by SoftwareLogia on Jul 7, 2015

Video tour of Baltinglass Ireland by Drone Girl Ireland

Baltinglass Ireland is a town in south-west County Wicklow, Ireland. Located on the River Slaney near the border with County Carlow and Kildare. Its Irish name means – being a member of the mythological warrior. The remains of the Cistercian Ab...
by The Best Drone Info on Jul 7, 2015

Drone of the Day: X-56A

If there is a future in unmanned commercial aviation, it is currently being explored by NASA in the form of the Lockheed Martin X-56A. Its adaptive structures and modular wing and tail surfaces are meant to be the cutting edge for designing future su...

Cool Innovative Stuff July 2015

Pulse-Play What do you think about this new wearable designed for amateur racket sport players? Parrot Flower Power Check out Parrot, a plant wireless monitor which assesses your plants needs and sends customized alerts to your smartphone August Wha...
by Gal's Insights on Jul 6, 2015

Syma X5C HD Camera Quadcopter Drone

If you’ve any interest in drones but have been put off by the price, buy the Syma X5C. The X5C flies remarkably well, handles smoothly and the drone is surprisingly well built. It’s not without its flaws however: the remote is poorly made, the ba...
by blogmytuts on Jul 6, 2015


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