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3DR Drones In Action – Moss Monster

via 3DRobotics Here in central Texas, drought has become the norm. Currently the lakes around Austin, the state capital, are at 38% capacity. These lakes provide drinking water for more than a million people, as well as water to industries, businesses and the environment. When the lakes drop below 30% capacity, projected to happen as early …

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May State and Local Governments Control Low Flying Drones?

via @TheDroneGuy By William V. O’Connor, Christopher J. Carr, Zane O. Gresham, Joseph R. Palmore, and Joanna L. Simon Most of the attention paid to drones has focused on issues of aviation and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) authority. Yet much of the impact of low-flying drones will fall, not on the national air transportation system, …

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ANDROID DRONE APPS RACE AGAINST THE FAA

BY VICTOR KOTSEV On Tuesday, a small Bulgaria-based drone startup called Flyver released an early version of its new framework for drone developers. The company wants to drive a surge of third-party applications made for consumers seeking innovative ways to do practical things with drones. Think Realtors, security firms, sports leagues, and any other business …

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Cyber Monday: 50% off on Aerial Photography Course with Drones

via @mitchrichie

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WATCH: Someone Flew a Drone Through Chernobyl

For the full story cbsnews.com Earlier this year I had the opportunity to visit Chernobyl whilst working for CBS News on a ’60 Minutes’ episode which aired on Nov. 23, 2014. Bob Simon is the correspondent. Michael Gavshon and David Levine, producers. Chernobyl is one of the most interesting and dangerous places I’ve been. The …

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