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On Campus: Pilot of Camp Randall drone remains unknown

On Campus: Pilot of Camp Randall drone remains unknown
By Dan Simmons | Wisconsin State Journal The flight lasted just minutes and sparked a federal investigation. But a month and a half later, University of Wisconsin police still don’t know who flew a drone over Camp Randall Stadium during a…

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Bedroom-bound quadriplegic develops drone to see the world

Bedroom-bound quadriplegic develops drone to see the world
By Tom Brooks-Pollock A quadriplegic man who is confined to his bedroom has used his computing expertise to see the world from his bedroom, by flying a camera-mounted drone up to thousands of miles. Stuart Turner could soon be looking round…

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Schatz Urges FAA to Address Safety and Security Risks of Drones

Schatz Urges FAA to Address Safety and Security Risks of Drones
By Maui Now Staff US Senator Brian Schatz of Hawaiʻi is urging the Federal Aviation Administration to address safety an security risks associated with the public use of drones. The request comes following reports of small unmanned aircraft or drone sightings…

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AMA – sUAS/Drone Prerecorded Broadcast

AMA – sUAS/Drone Prerecorded Broadcast
On Tuesday, November 25 AMA’s Rich Hanson and Dave Mathewson answered your most commonly asked questions regarding the FAA and sUAS (Drone) legislative & regulatory issues. I find myself getting increasingly annoyed about all the quoting without accreditation that’s happening.…

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X-men take to the Cornish skies

X-men take to the Cornish skies
The X-men have taken hold in the depths of Cornwall with the formation of the Navy’s first squadron of unmanned aircraft. 700X – X for ‘Xperimental’ – Naval Air Squadron will be at the vanguard of the Fleet Air Arm’s…

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