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    3 UAVs Already in use for Law Enforcement

    In this day and age, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV’s) are being used by a cross section of people. From the likes of the military for drone strike operations and by normal people producing video content or flying them for leisure, drones are now ubiquitous. One other important application of drones is law enforcement. Police forces in […]

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    Mine Kafon Drone: World’s First Airborne UAV Demining System

    The Mine Kafon Drone plans to help clear all mines globally in under 10 years. The airborne demining system recently completed a successful  kickstarter campaign that raised over 177 ooo Euros.  We live in a world where nations are perpetually at war. It would be very difficult to recall a period in human history when there was complete peace. Soldiers employ […]

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    Google and Amazon Begin Delivery Drone Tests

    Two of the biggest names in the tech industry, Google and Amazon, have begun conducting drone tests on completely automated drone delivery services. Google will start testing its Project Wing delivery drones in the US after being granted approval by the US government. At the same time, Amazon will test the technology of its Prime Air drone […]

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    Video: Foldable Quadrotor Drone that’s Ready to Launch in Seconds

    Most commercially available Drones and UAVs often come with an accompanying carry case or backpack. These are for easy transportation and storage but the result can still be fairly bulky. In addition, there is not much you can do to reduce their size either, despite the available storage options. That is the challenge that two […]

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    FAA Releases Rules for Commercial Drone Use

    While drones have been making our lives easier for a while now, the lack of proper operational regulations posed multiple problems at different levels. Things are all set to change after the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) published the final operating rules for the commercial use of drones. Formally known as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), […]

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