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AIRBORNE DRONES FEATURE: “HOW APPS, DRONES AND SENSORS MIGHT SAVE LIONS, TIGERS AND BEARS”
AIRBORNE DRONES FEATURE: “HOW APPS, DRONES AND SENSORS MIGHT SAVE LIONS, TIGERS AND BEARS” SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE HOLD BIG POTENTIAL TO PULL ENDANGERED SPECIES BACK FROM THE BRINK. Anyone who has been annoyed by the slightest technology glitches in the workplace should consider what Anthony Pagano is up against in his day job. He is…
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…
AIRBORNE DRONES REPORTS ON: “SOUTH AFRICAN UAV REGULATIONS APPROVED!”
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Airborne Drones features: “Delivery by Drone”
Delivery by drone to your doorstep. (Also read: https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/466864544/drones-in-transport) In the near future, the package that you ordered online may be deposited at your doorstep by a drone: Last December, online retailer Amazon announced plans to explore drone-based delivery, suggesting that fleets of flying robots might serve as autonomous messengers that shuttle packages to customers within…
HOW AIRBORNE DRONES CAN BE PUT TO WORK HUNTING WEEDS
Weeds cannot duck and cover when a drone flies overhead. Researcher Chris Neeser is counting on that. The Alberta Agriculture weed pest specialist is experimenting with using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also called drones, or radio controlled aircraft, to identify weed problems in crops. Neeser is working with Jan Zalud of JZ Aerial in Calgary…