Crowdsourcing the Analysis of Drone/Aerial Imagery for Disaster Damage Assessments

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More than 30 million coconut trees were destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. This has had a devastating impact on local livelihoods. To make matters worse, the rotting trunks of uprooted coconut trees has let to an infestation of the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle, which is destroying the remaining healthy trees in some areas. So the Humanitarian UAV Network (…

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Monarch, Inc. is Taking Off …

Monarch, Inc. is Taking Off …

Monarch, Inc., a company that manufacturers unmanned aircraft systems for 3D mapping in the precision agriculture, energy, and survey sectors, held a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting ceremony today at their headquarters in Ridgecrest, California. “Monarch, Inc., reflects the iconic…

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Why Drones Are the Future of the Internet of Things

What if you could talk to a drone?  No, seriously.  You can already talk to a locomotive, so why not talk to a drone? For those of you following the technology, you already know that unmanned aircraft systems (a.k.a. drones) are finding their way into Internet of Things (IoT) implementations. IoT applications […]

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