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Tag: drone

Police to Use Drones as Crime-Fighting Tool

A Donington farmer recommends the use of drones as crime-fighting tool especially in taking down hare coursing. A number of police force are now testing the effectiveness of GPS-guided drones with camera in their search and rescue operations and capturing scenes in …

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California Is Now the Leading State for America...

The Growing Population of Drones in California California is where the Silicon Valley is situated, and another one is coming—the Silicon Sky. The registered number of drones in California is the largest for both commercial and recreational use. Scroll down …

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Walmart Ventures into Drone Technology for US Ware...

Drones have become so popular that even large companies have been getting into them. In fact, the famous American multinational retail corporation, Walmart ventures into drone. Vice president of Emerging Sciences Shekar Natarajan demoed the new technology in a press conference from a …

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Advantages and Dangers of Unmanned Drones

Over the past few years, special operations were carried out by unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs. They were of great use when it came to missions conducted in rather treacherous areas. Whether this be a night raid or surveillance footage, …

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Do Laws on GPS-Enabled Drones Limit the Use of Dev...

Search-and-rescue operations are conducted to locate a missing person immediately. GPS drone quadcopter can be a great help in this kind of operation. However, based on the report from Anh Gray of Reno Public Radio, laws crafted by authorities put …

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CBP Appeals for a System to Detect Drones in the S...

Unmanned aerial vehicles, popularly known as drones, are often seen around skies nowadays. This is because of the lenient laws implemented by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) when it comes to flying them and the fact that most drones are …

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Are Drones the Next Frontier for the Healthcare In...

Amazon Prime Air drones are currently being developed to drop packages in American homes. These unmanned aerial vehicles have certainly come a long way since their early days in the military, but apparently, they are not just limited for the consumer …

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