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AIRBORNE DRONES REPORTS ON: “DRONES AND DATA COULD DOMINATE FUTURE OIL FIELDS”
AIRBORNE DRONES REPORTS ON: “DRONES AND DATA COULD DOMINATE FUTURE OIL FIELDS” BIGGEST SECOND QUARTER LOSSES OF 2015 BP LOST $6.3 BILLION A pump collects data about the oil it is hauling to the surface and re-configures its operations to handle the crude more efficiently. A roughneck tripped up by a repair job logs into…
AIRBORNE DRONES REPORTS ON :”DRONES MAKE THE WORLD BETTER”
It’s a tried-and-true formula that bad news sells. And for drone enthusiasts, we only have to flip through a few online channels to find articles involving UAV controversy – be it government bans or drone shooters. But these headline-grabbing reports shouldn’t discourage the drone lover. Like any new technology, drones are going through the “Frankenstein” stage – people…
AIRBORNE DRONES REPORTS ON “HOW DRONES CAN KEEP YOUR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ON SCHEDULE”
AIRBORNE DRONES REPORTS ON “HOW DRONES CAN KEEP YOUR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ON SCHEDULE”   The process of constructing a building is like baking a cake on a reality TV show – everybody knows what it’s supposed to look like at the end, but with so many people involved, it takes can be an arduous process ensuring the finished…
AIRBORNE DRONES REPORTS ON: “DRONES, SATELLITES, AND MATHS TAKE DOWN POACHERS IN SOUTH AFRICA”
Drones and poachers.   In 2014, 1,215 rhinos were killed in South Africa for their horns, which end up in Asia as supposed cures for a variety of ailments. An estimated 30,000 African elephants were slaughtered last year for their tusks to be turned into trinkets. The world loses three rhinos a day and an elephant every 15 minutes. Simply…
AIRBORNE DRONES REPORTS ON: IN-DEPTH STUDY REVEALS HOW DRONES CAN HELP IN ALL PHASES OF A DISASTER
Benefits of using drones in disasters   REPORT Though drone usage is mainly used in disaster response currently, a new report highlights the benefits of using drones in disasters through all four stages of the disaster life cycle: prevention, preparation, response and recovery. Zurich North America, a co-sponsor of the study, revealed the findings during a news…
AIRBORNE DRONES REPORTS ON: “WHY 2015 IS THE YEAR AGRICULTURE DRONES TAKE OFF”
Drones are expected to change how we cultivate and grow food across the country. For years now, drone advocates have cited precision agriculture—crop management that uses GPS and big data—as a way to boost crop yields and profits while resolving water and food crises. Unfortunately, for all the hype surrounding the concept drones haven’t had…