3 People Killed in Abu Dhabi from a Suspected Drone Attack

Wednesday 19 January 2022 A key oil facility in Abu Dhabi was targeted in a suspected drone attack, killing 3 people, and resulting in a separate fire at Abu Dhabi’s international airport. The attack, believed to be executed by Yemen’s Houthi rebels, has been condemned by government officials globally. Reported on Aljazeera: Read the entire…
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Drones Enlisted to Fight Climate Disasters

Monday 10 January 2022 Not all drones are best suited for climate disasters, but sometimes this is the only technology that can assist with controlling wildfires and locating survivors after a bad storm. Read the full article below to find out how drones can be enlisted to fight climate disasters. Reported on Washington Post: Read…
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The Power of AI Drone Intelligence

Friday 19 November 2021 Drones continue to be a significant component in the pursuit of greater human safety. They can fly into areas unfit for human intervention and provide surveillance for areas beyond our sight. A research team at the University of Zurich could make this surveillance easier with a new approach to training drones…
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Drone Incident At Airport: Resident Safety Paramount

Wednesday, 3 November 2021, 12:36 pm Press Release: Kapiti Coast Airport LTD Police investigated a drone flying in the Kapiti Coast Airport vicinity after a plane coming into land spotted it at approximately 500ft. Airport chief executive Chris Simpson said the activity was unauthorised. “The person flying the drone had not notified us or sought our…
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Package filled with contraband meant for prison dropped onto school grounds by drone

Drugs were dropped from a drone yesterday on the property of Brunswick Academy, a private school in rural Brunswick County, Virginia USA. Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office says the package, which contained marijuana, tobacco and cellphones, was likely intended for the nearby Lawrenceville Correctional Center. It also weighed about five pounds – which when dropped from…
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Why some first responders want to change the drone rules — and why not everyone agrees

Calls emerge to update federal ‘line-of-sight’ regulations to assist in some emergencies In 2019, the federal government adopted a wide range of strict regulations governing the use of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), in Canadian airspace — rules that applied to both professionals and hobbyists. Among the regulations: drones would, unless an exemption was granted, have…
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Why drones are the future of search and rescue

              Drones could soon be as essential as ambulances when it comes to the future of emergency response missions. The first responders are now aided by an extra set of eyes in the sky when responding to emergency situations. According to Mike Johnson, Regional Emergency Management Coordinator for Cumberland…
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Drone applications in the oil and gas industry: Key trends revealed

Drone adoption in the oil and gas industry initially revolves around strategic deployments for remote monitoring and surveillance of assets during regular operations and in emergency situations. Drones are primarily used in the oil and gas industry for remote monitoring and surveillance. This covers infrastructure, equipment, tankers and trucks, and other assets. Drones can provide…
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High hopes for drones seeking clues of past crimes

Department 13 volunteers cutting-edge assistance to search for potential evidence in some of the ACT’s long-standing unsolved murders and disappearances. Like something out of a sci-fi film, the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology of Department 13 has the capability to assist in new ways in old investigations. This could include that of 20-year-old Keren Rowland,…
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