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2019 CRC Bay of Islands Sailing Week

[ad_1] Light airs looks set to plague the 2019 CRC Bay of Islands Sailing Week, however that doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot of fun to be had! One of the great aspects of “Bay Week” (which is actually only three days, not a full week, but hey, who really …

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By design: Newburyport High School kids tackle engineering challenge – News – The Newburyport Current

[ad_1] Do urban trees and plants suffer from stress? Can you design a drone to answer that question? That was this year’s Real World Design Challenge (RWDC), a challenge met by Northshore Aero, a team of Newburyport High School students. NHS sophomore Clint Laughlin, senior Caroline Laughlin, senior Zachary Elias, …

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Not happy with Mavic 2 and DJI Goggles Racing Edition Combo

[ad_1] When you buy the Mavic 2 from DJI’s online store, you have the option to include the DJI Goggles Racing Edition Combo for an additional $449. In the top right corner, there’s a blue link that says “What’s the difference?” Well, the difference seems to be that customers who …

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Shrewd UK punters using drones to gain an edge

[ad_1] Crafty UK punters have caused a stir with the use of drones flying over racecourses to aid ‘in-running’ betting. The use of drones has been reported at multiple UK racecourses in recent weeks as punters use drones with cameras attached to fly over races in order …

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Racecourses work towards tackling drone use

[ad_1] The Racecourse Association (RCA) is working with authorities to tackle unauthorised drones being flown over racecourses. Reports suggest drones are being used to film races, with the footage delivered several seconds ahead of TV coverage. These faster feeds are thought to give an advantage to punters betting in-running on …

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Drones on track to stay flying at British racecourses for foreseeable future | Sport

[ad_1] Drone activity around British racecourses is likely to continue for many months to come, with Sky Sports Racing in particular seemingly unable to reduce the time-lag on its pictures from 25 British tracks as a result of its use of satellites to broadcast live coverage. Drones have been spotted …

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UK Racetracks Fly into Rage Over ‘Betting Drones that Give Gamblers the Edge

[ad_1] British racetracks are calling for a ban on the unauthorized use of drones during races, which they say gamblers are using to gain a split-second edge for betting on horses.   Not only do drones relay images from racetracks a few seconds before TV broadcasts, they also give gamblers …

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UK Racetracks Fly into Rage Over ‘Betting Drones that Give Gamblers the Edge

[ad_1] British racetracks are calling for a ban on the unauthorized use of drones during races, which they say gamblers are using to gain a split-second edge for betting on horses.   Not only do drones relay images from racetracks a few seconds before TV broadcasts, they also give gamblers …

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Ambulance Drone Market: Key Industry Trends, Drivers, Growth Rate & With Forecast To 2026

[ad_1] Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), also known as drones, are the most exciting topic in discussion today. This new technology is believed to revolutionize various industries by enabling faster delivery, reach, and monitoring (GPS). The U.S. military is already using drones as GPS or surveillance system to track its troop’s …

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Head to Head Comparison: Workhorse Group (WKHS) and Ferrari (RACE)

[ad_1] Workhorse Group (NASDAQ:WKHS) and Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) are both auto/tires/trucks companies, but which is the superior stock? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their earnings, analyst recommendations, institutional ownership, risk, valuation, profitability and dividends. Risk & Volatility Workhorse Group has a beta of 0.57, suggesting …

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Invention And Advances — Leadership Newspaper

[ad_1] This article is a corollary to my article two weeks ago, titled “Robot Technology: Invention and Advances”. The two articles have similarities and amazing display of human effort in inventing a technology that mimics human intelligence in functions. While robots are made to undertake repetitive functions in the industry, …

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‘Travis Strikes Again’ an odd trip for Suda51 fans

[ad_1] Auteur Goichi Suda, better known as Suda51, has worked on several cult classics, but his most popular work has been “No More Heroes.” The series starring Travis Touchdown began on the Wii and was notable for its style and innovative touches. It was good enough to spawn a sequel. …

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