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See the drone video from the Monmouth County Landfill

Dan Radel Asbury Park Press Published at 06:57 am EST February 18, 2019 TINTON FALLS – Monmouth County installed a misting system on Friday to control odors in the county's landfill. The odor complaints from the Monmouth County landfill rose… Continue Reading →

The Endurance Antarctic wreck hunt ends after the expedition has lost an underwater drone in "bad conditions"

The Antarctic team is getting closer to the legendary sinking of Sir Ernest Shackleton The Endurance, the explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton's ship, has been lost for over 100 years in Antarctic ice. Now an ambitious expedition to locate the ship… Continue Reading →

DJI improves drone safety

Copyright of the image DJI Legend Geo-fence provides a virtual perimeter to real-world geographical areas, preventing drones from flying over there The DJI drone manufacturer is improving the technology that prevents them from flying near airports. The changes come after… Continue Reading →

This drone the size of an insect can fly without any moving parts. How? Physics

Flying drones can vary in size, whether they are cute little quadcopters that hold in the palm of your hand at giant passenger drones able to carry several people and their luggage. One thing that almost all of these have… Continue Reading →

French tourist risks prison for drone flying in the Burmese capital

A French tourist arrested last week for flying a drone near the Burmese parliament could be sentenced to three years in prison under the country's stringent unmanned aerial vehicle laws. The 27-year-old Frenchman Michel Desclaux could be accused of illegally… Continue Reading →

Hey, students, design a drone / robot combo for a virtual lunar landing and get a chance to win a trip to NASA

A national competition sponsored by NASA and organized by an educational consortium of the University of Washington aims to entice students to think about science, space travel and the world of science. history of America's travels on the moon. He… Continue Reading →

Dubai DCAA Drone Registry Nears 5.000 Mark

Dubai's Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) claims to be the global market leader in unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) monitoring as its register of commercial, governmental and hobbyist drone users approaching the 5000 DCAA master airspace security Michael Rudolph said late last… Continue Reading →

Ordnance Survey launches a mapping drone

Copyright of the image Ordnance Survey Cartographic Organization The Ordnance Survey plans to launch a solar-powered drone to capture images of the Earth of superior quality. His Astigan aircraft will fly higher than commercial airliners at 20,000m (67,000ft) and could… Continue Reading →

Students: Design a drone / robot combo for a virtual lunar landing and win a free trip to NASA

A national competition sponsored by NASA and organized by an educational consortium of the University of Washington aims to entice students to think about science, space travel and the world of science. history of America's travels on the moon. He… Continue Reading →

German DFS and Rheinmetall present drone disruption prevention system

The German Air Transport Controller and DFS weapons manufacturer, Rheinmetall, presented on Wednesday an experimental scheme aimed at avoiding the costly chaos associated with commuting caused by drones flying at Gatwick Airport in London in December. Three months of drone… Continue Reading →

The drone Vela Vela now monitors the algae of Lake O

Tyler Treadway Treasure Coast Newspapers Posted at 5:41 pm EST on February 5, 2019 PAHOKEE – A remotely operated sailboat sailed from Pahokee Tuesday for a 10-day mission to two weeks looking for blue-green algae in the vastness of Lake… Continue Reading →

Drone pilots are already caught ignoring the ban on the Super Bowl flight

While millions of Americans are anxiously awaiting the excitement of Sunday's Super Bowl, a handful of flies have been caught flouting a drone bans flying over Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz stadium just days before the game. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) imposed… Continue Reading →

FBI: Drone pilots caught flying in Super Bowl area face fine and jail time

0 FBI: Drone pilots caught flying in Super Bowl area face fine and jail time ATLANTA – FBI officials have confiscated half a dozen unauthorized drones flying around the Mercedes-Benz stadium, in anticipation of the Super Bowl 53. The Federal… Continue Reading →

Shark attack: Drone research could help quell swimmers' fears

Imagine that you are swimming in the ocean on a beautiful summer day and you suddenly notice a dark form slipping in front of you in the water. Your first concern may be that the creature was a shark, in… Continue Reading →

Livestream: fly over the Marcal Paper site by a drone

Sarah Nolan North Jersey record Published at 14:36 ​​EST on 31 Jan 2019 Watch as the bird flies the multi-alarm fire suites at the Marcal Paper Factory in Elmwood Park, New Jersey. The next morning, after the fire of eight… Continue Reading →

The Prairie City City Council tackles the complex issue of drone regulation

People who use flying drones to spy on their neighbors in their backyards or in the crowds of festival goers may face problems in Prairie Village under a new city study ordinance. On Tuesday, city council voted 6 to 4… Continue Reading →

Bill Cosby "targeted by a media drone in the yard of a Pennsylvania jail"

A drone flies over prison detention Bill Cosby According to new reports, the plant has been temporarily locked. The drone was reportedly sent by media to take pictures of the distraught comedian at SCI Phoenix in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, where he… Continue Reading →

The Ministry of Defense will suspend the export licenses of drone manufacturers' leaders

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter UAS Aerostar Tactical of Aeronautics. (photo credit: courtesy) X Dear reader, As you can imagine, more people are reading the Jerusalem Post than ever before. Nevertheless, traditional economic models are no longer sustainable and… Continue Reading →

The airport that hosts drone flights

Copyright of the image Sala Lewis / World Bank Legend A crowd gathered on Juma to witness the first flight of drones in the world A crowd gathered at Juma, an island in Lake Victoria, Tanzania, the second largest freshwater… Continue Reading →

Once again, a drone reported has caused the closure of a major airport

A drone reportedly landed 30 feet from an aircraft near the Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey early Tuesday night, January 22, forcing the airport operator to suspend flights for a short time. Air traffic control audio obtained by… Continue Reading →

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