Who Says All Koalas look Alike? Not using Drones for Data Collection and AI they Don’t

In a paper first published in Nature.com,  the authors discuss an interesting applied technology use case, using both drone data collection and AI to allow for the more frequent and accurate detection of specific individual animals or species of animals. The use case is for koalas, which in addition to being cute and cuddly are […] The post Who Says All Koalas look Alike? Not using Drones for Data Collection and AI they Don’t appeared first on DRONELIFE. In a paper first published in Nature.com,  the authors discuss an interesting applied technology use case, using both drone data collection and AI to allow for the more frequent and accurate detection of specific individual animals or species of animals. The use case is for koalas, which in addition to being cute and cuddly are […] The post Who Says All Koalas look Alike? Not using Drones for Data Collection and AI they Don’t appeared first on DRONELIFE. […] Read More

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What You May Not Know About Spring

One nice thing about working with drones is that the focus is mostly skyward.   Taking a cue from that,  today marks the change in season from winter to spring.   It occurs on what is called the Vernal Equinox where there is roughly equal segments of light and darkness.  This occurs when the sun is directly […] The post What You May Not Know About Spring appeared first on DRONELIFE. One nice thing about working with drones is that the focus is mostly skyward.   Taking a cue from that,  today marks the change in season from winter to spring.   It occurs on what is called the Vernal Equinox where there is roughly equal segments of light and darkness.  This occurs when the sun is directly […] The post What You May Not Know About Spring appeared first on DRONELIFE. […] Read More

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Pay Attention to This One: Can You Be Sued for Flying a Drone Over Private Property? The Next Draft of that Tort Law

The draft of the proposed tort law relating to drones – due to be discussed by the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) is out – and drone operators should be paying very close attention. What is Tort Law, and Who is the ULC? The definition of “Tort,” according to the Cornel Legal Information Institute, is “an […] The post Pay Attention to This One: Can You Be Sued for Flying a Drone Over Private Property? The Next Draft of that Tort Law appeared first on DRONELIFE. The draft of the proposed tort law relating to drones – due to be discussed by the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) is out – and drone operators should be paying very close attention. What is Tort Law, and Who is the ULC? The definition of “Tort,” according to the Cornel Legal Information Institute, is “an […] The post Pay Attention to This One: Can You Be Sued for Flying a Drone Over Private Property? The Next Draft of that Tort Law appeared first on DRONELIFE. […] Read More

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FAA Issues the First Ever COA for Beyond Visual Line of Sight for a Public Safety Organization

It’s another first for the drone industry – as beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flight is becoming more regular, the FAA has now issued a Certificate of Authorization (COA) that includes a provision for BVLOS flight for a public safety organization – the CHula Vista Police Department. The COA in this case utilizes the […] The post FAA Issues the First Ever COA for Beyond Visual Line of Sight for a Public Safety Organization appeared first on DRONELIFE. It’s another first for the drone industry – as beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flight is becoming more regular, the FAA has now issued a Certificate of Authorization (COA) that includes a provision for BVLOS flight for a public safety organization – the CHula Vista Police Department. The COA in this case utilizes the […] The post FAA Issues the First Ever COA for Beyond Visual Line of Sight for a Public Safety Organization appeared first on DRONELIFE. […] Read More

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Q&A: Airobotics Digs into Drones and Mining

Israeli drone provider Airobotics is digging into new drone applications in the mining sector. Last week, the company offered a Q&A session with mining technology manager Dan Ward to deep dive into the future of drones and mining. The interview comes on the heels of a recent distribution partnership with South American mining engineering firm RockBlast. The […] The post Q&A: Airobotics Digs into Drones and Mining appeared first on DRONELIFE. Israeli drone provider Airobotics is digging into new drone applications in the mining sector. Last week, the company offered a Q&A session with mining technology manager Dan Ward to deep dive into the future of drones and mining. The interview comes on the heels of a recent distribution partnership with South American mining engineering firm RockBlast. The […] The post Q&A: Airobotics Digs into Drones and Mining appeared first on DRONELIFE. […] Read More

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