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Drones Continue to Make an Impact in Marine Conservation

We’ve written on several occasions about how drone technology is being used for marine research and conservation, particularly with efforts involving our oceans’ largest inhabitants: whales. You can read about Ocean Alliance’s work to capture whale data using SnotBot, here. You can read about Intel and Ocean Alliance using drones and machine learning to identify […]

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Drones In Film: a “Snapshot of Life” in Liberia

When it comes to telling a story, drones often provide the only way to get a big picture across.  San Francisco-based food innovator JUST set out to communicate what life is like in one neighborhood in Liberia – and went to the air to capture a compelling snapshot. “The concept for JUST’s ad was simple. […]

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AirVuz Video of the Week: The Casey Neistat Controversy

Over at AirVuz, it’s not just about the pretty pictures.  AirVuz News covers some of the industry’s hot topics, like this week’s video of the week about the Casey Neistat Controversy.

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DroneDeploy Launches New Features for App Platform

Drone software startup DroneDeploy is launching a new line of UAV-centered organizational apps. The launch also enhances the company’s Progress Photo reports and adds other support options. In 2016, the company created App Market, a drone-data hub that offers more than 75 public apps across 10 industries. “Over the past month, we’ve enhanced our platform capabilities to […]

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IPP: FAA Grants Botlink North Dakota UAS Partnership

The FAA’s recently announced UAS Integration Pilot Program is empowering a variety of smaller companies and start-ups to grow their drone businesses. For example, Fargo-based, drone-software firm Botlink is flying high after being granted a state-government partnership The IPP is described by the FAA as “an opportunity for state, local, and tribal governments to partner with […]

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