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Florida Workshop Will Focus on Drones and Hurricanes

With hurricane season approaching, Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay Campus is testing drones to help save time and lives amid disaster. On July 14, the FlU Academy for International Disaster Preparedness will partner with local first responders and drone company Airborne Response to conduct UAS exercises in coordination with marine, land and other aviation assets. […]

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Conservation: Using Drones to Stem The Plastic Tide

An environmental organization in England is using drones and artificial intelligence to help measure plastic waste on the world’s beaches. In the last 10 years, there has been a 250% increase of plastics washing up on the world’s beaches. Of the millions of tons that are dumped in our oceans each year, we can only […]

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Protected: An inside look into how we build drone software for construction

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Opener Unveils First USA-Qualified Ultralight All-Electric Personal VTOL Aircraft

OPENER, Inc., a pioneer of aero vehicles for consumer travel, today revealed BlackFly; the world’s first ultralight all-electric fixed-wing vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft. BlackFly is a single-seat Personal Aerial Vehicle (PAV) designed and built for a new world of three-dimensional transportation. BlackFly is simple to master and requires no formal licensing (in USA) […]

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Insitu Announces New Advancements in High Accuracy Photogrammetry Payload

BINGEN, Wash., July 11, 2018 – Insitu, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company has announced it is approaching the theoretical limits of accuracy for photogrammetry through advancements in its High Accuracy Photogrammetry (HAP) capability. In June, Insitu’s latest accuracy improvement prototype validated that its HAP onboard payload now is accurate to within five centimeters (cm) horizontally and

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