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The Benefits of Using DroneVideos.com When Selling a Property

Imagine if there was a way to give potential home buyers a more complete view of your real estate listings. While its remodeled kitchen, shiny hardwood floors, and spacious rooms might be enticing enough on their own, buyers will not hesitate to schedule a showing when they see the home’s …

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Drones becoming greatest threat to planes, says expert – Israel News

A PLANE at Ben-Gurion International Airport.. (photo credit: REUTERS) One day after all flights at Ben-Gurion Airport were temporarily grounded or rerouted due to a civilian drone flying in designated airspace, an aviation expert said the dangers unregulated drones present to commercial flights are growing exponentially. On Tuesday …

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Future of fighting wildfires: Military Reaper drones provide real-time photos, video

asset not included because it is a duplicate of primary asset VENTURA, Calif. — Battling California’s wildfires from the sky is taking on a new meaning as massive blazes, such as the 237,500-acre Thomas fire, become increasingly common and incomprehensibly vast.  For just the third time, the state firefighting agency is collaborating …

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Drones dispatched for the first time in Los Angeles wildfire fight

The Los Angeles Fire Department now has an eye in the sky to help monitor the flames tearing through parts of Southern California, officials said. In a video post by the department on Thursday, the drones were launched for the first time “in an operational environment,” heading to an aerial …

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Campaigners want drones to protect from sharks – Echonetdaily

Dean Jefferys leads a paddle out near Lennox Head recently. (supplied) Marine conservationists have welcomed a Senate inquiry recommendation to remove shark nets from NSW beaches. They are also calling for an increased use of drones with alarm systems to provide real-time protection for beach users. Marine campaigner, Dean Jefferys, …

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You once again have to register your drone—yes, even the little ones

You have to register your drone if you want to fly it outside. It costs $5, you can do it online here, and there are penalties if you take to the air without doing it. Now you know. Here’s some background. Not since Ross and Rachel on Friends has there …

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Volunteer team uses drones in search for missing women – British Columbia

A volunteer search team based in Enderby, B.C. — 37 kilometres northwest of Silver Creek where human remains were found last month — is using drones equipped with cameras to help find out what happened to other women missing from the area. Five women have been reported missing in the rural area near Silver Creek …

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Shark spotting drones deployed along Australia’s beaches

Drones fly over Australia’s beaches hoping to spot sharks and provide swimmers and surfers with rescue equipment more quickly than real-life rescuers. When hundreds of swimmers gathered recently for a swimming race on Bilgola Beach near Sydney, they knew they would not encounter sharks. The drones use the latest technology …

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Ten sentenced for smuggling drugs into prisons by drones

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPolice have released footage of the gang caught in the act. The ringleader of a gang who smuggled drugs and phones into prisons using drones has been jailed for seven years and two months. Former armed robber Craig Hickinbottom, 35, organised the …

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‘Lifeguard drones’ deployed to help prevent shark attacks in Western Australia

Authorities in Australia have started deploying shark-spotting drones at popular beaches which have already led to the evacuations of two school groups swimming near an eight-foot creature. The drones – painted in red-and-yellow stripes to match the well-known uniform of Australia’s life guards – are being used at five beaches …

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More Than 600 Drones Were Crashed in the Name of UAV Safety Research

Once drone delivery becomes the norm, having one whir by overhead is likely to be a common occurrence. You’d be forgiven for thinking that the only requirement for making that a reality was developing a reliable autonomous guidance system, and the ability to carry certain payloads, but there are far …

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More Than 600 Drones Were Crashed in the Name of UAV Safety Research

Once drone delivery becomes the norm, having one whir by overhead is likely to be a common occurrence. You’d be forgiven for thinking that the only requirement for making that a reality was developing a reliable autonomous guidance system, and the ability to carry certain payloads, but there are far …

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