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adn.com — Not even two drones equipped with high-definition video cameras and infrared imaging could locate Betsy.
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grumpyvlogger.info — Drones,VLOG, DJI,DJI Spark,People,Video, DJI Mavic Air.
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unicef.org.au — PORT VILA/ SYDNEY, 25 October 2018: In a global first, the Vanuatu Government has awarded two international drone companies, Swoop Aero from Australia and Wingcopter from Germany, with commercial contracts to trial the use of drones to bring lifesaving vaccines to children living in remote rural isl…
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aviationtoday.com — NextFlex is letting you use your body. Just slap on a patch, and you're ready to go.
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abc7ny.com — A tourist from Switzerland has been charged after allegedly crashing his drone into a building in Midtown Manhattan.
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mobile-ar.reality.news — Augmented reality and drones already go together like turkey and stuffing, but a new iOS app adds some spice to the combination with a new kind of flight path automation. Available now in Apple's App Store, the Vermeer Beta app displays a 3D map of the intended drone flight area so that pilots can s…
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rcinet.ca — A company called “Drone Delivery Canada” has signed a $2.5 million deal to use drone technology to deliver small packages and mail to remote communities in the Ontario far north. The deal with the Moose Cree will deliver letters, general parcels, medical supplies, and other general necessities via i…
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entrepreneur.com — Drone deliveries in India haven’t had the greatest of starts, with many technical and regulatory hurdles. A Mumbai-based pizza outlet got in trouble for using an unmanned drone for food delivery.
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digg.com — It appears that this expensive drone prototype — known as "the aero taxi" — still has a few kinks.
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futurism.com — Sunflower Labs will soon roll out its adorably-named robot security system: the Sunflower motion detection system and autonomous "Bee" surveillance drones.
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