Browse Sites By Tag: tnl84 — Some are calling drone racing it the sport of the future. And for one Chico man, it paid off big time
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — A drone and a search dog were used to help find a missing man in Garrard County, Kentucky. Garrard County Emergency Management credits the skills and use of drone technology of the first responders as it made it possible to quickly find the missing person last Monday. Another example of drones invol…
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Drones have become an increasing nuisance for airports worldwide in recent months, and good solutions to keep them from interfering with flights aren't yet available.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — University Police Department officer Ronald Dorsey has proposed the use of unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, on campus to follow other law enforcement agencies in alternative surveillance methods.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — HACKERS are offering software to drone owners who want to bypass "no fly zone" technology. Anyone can easily find these websites in just a few clicks on Google – and then crack their drones to remove vital safety features.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — The contaminated building on Knaup Drive was burned down days later to prevent further explosions. Investigators determined it was the only way to make the area safe again after the initial explosion, because of the dangerous chemicals found inside.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — The winter cold has covered parts of Lake Michigan with enough ice that apparently coyote’s are making their way across sections of the frozen over lake. Watch the video below where Paul May’s YouTube post shows the wild animal making it’s way across the patchy ice of Lake Michigan.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — So the FAA is looking for a little outside help. Kittyhawk, a commercial drone logistics company, is stepping into the fray with a public-private partnership to redevelop B4UFLY.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — We all understand protecting yourself and your family, but it is still illegal to shoot drones out of the sky. If you are being harassed, report to the FAA and call the police.
01.01.1970 0 comments From JAS-Aerial — Australia-based Klau Geomatics, however, has other ideas. They’ve just released a gimbal for the Inspire 2, M200, M210 and M210V2 drones that lets you mount your Sony camera to take advantage of those large sensors, and get more control over the images you shoot from the air.
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