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Last Chance to Register for AUVSI’s Hill Day: Speak to Lawmakers About Drone Regulation

September 19 is your last chance to register for AUVSI’s Hill Day: a critical opportunity for the drone community to speak directly to lawmakers. AUVSI Hill Day and the Science and Tech Fair will take place in Washington, D.C. on September 26.  Participants will have the opportunity to participate in Congressional meetings. “Every day, members […]

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Drone Images of Hurricane Florence Flooding in North Carolina

Here is some drone footage of flooding caused by the Hurricane Florence near Lumberton, North Carolina by CNN.

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A Closer Look at senseFly’s New eBee X

Amid the avalanche of product and service launches, partnership announcements and general industry news at Interdrone earlier this month, senseFly, a division of French drone manufacturer Parrot, unveiled a new modular drone for aerial mapping and surveying. On paper, the eBee X looks like a useful fixed-wing aircraft that should provide a rugged and adaptable […]

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Roswell Flight Test Crew: The Power Egg Drone

Patrick Sherman and our friends at the Roswell Flight Test Crew have produced some amazing video reviews of new drones.  Here’s one you’ve always wanted to see: two videos introduce the Power Egg drone from PowerVision.  The first video is the unboxing and setup where you can see the Egg up close and personal: the […]

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Verizon Uses Drones to Maintain “Business as Usual” – and to Move IoT Forward

For Chris Desmond, Principal Engineer at Verizon Network, “Business as Usual” has a very specific meaning.  The communications giant recognizes that the network is working optimally when customers don’t even notice it – when everything is functioning just “as usual.”  Verizon’s Business as Usual Network Surveillance is part of their quality assurance program, and Desmond […]

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