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Cougar Metals NL’s drone survey defines new targets at Chilean cobalt project

[ad_1] () has used drone surveying technology to define three new target areas at the Plateado Cobalt Project in Chile. The survey involved placing geophysical profiles in an east-west direction over the same area mapped for its geology earlier last year and spaced 100-metres apart. Three lithologies …

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Approval granted to operate drone at Coverley

[ad_1] The public is asked to note that permission has been granted to operate a drone in Barbados’ airspace on Friday, January 25, from 10:00 a.m. to noon. The Prime Minister’s Office has further advised that the purpose of the exercise is to capture aerial photo and video footage of the …

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Letters to the Editor, Jan. 18: Put drones to work at border; midterm results not so ‘historic’ – Opinion – Akron Beacon Journal

[ad_1] Watch drones work Regardless of the parade of experts who say a border wall is archaic, far too costly and ineffective, President Trump’s base seems to wear blinders whenever the topic is raised. They preach (in the face of solid proof to the contrary) that there are caravans of …

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Drone companies asked to install safety chip to avoid mishaps

[ad_1] The government has directed drone manufacturers to install hardware that can disable a drone remotely in case it turns rogue. The idea was mooted in a meeting between aviation minister Jayant Sinha and more than a dozen drone manufacturers on the sidelines of the Global Aviation Summit, which was …

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Gatwick drone chaos was ‘foreseeable’ experts says

[ad_1] Image copyright PA Image caption People were stranded at Gatwick and others due to land were redirected to different airports The drone sightings which disrupted about 1,000 flights to and from Gatwick Airport in December was a “not an unforeseen incident”, an expert says. Prof Iain Gray, chairman of …

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SLS Land & Energy Development expands drone fleet through acquisition | WV News

[ad_1] CHARLESTON — Surveying and engineering firm SLS Land & Energy Development recently acquired Global Drone Surveying & Inspections, combining the existing drone fleets of the two. SLS’ fleet now has five drones, according to a Thursday release from the firm. “SLS and Global both possessed elite drone fleets capable of optical gas …

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Drone hovers over Taj Mahal, second alarm in 24 hours | Lucknow News

[ad_1] AGRA: The airspace of Taj Mahal was breached on Thursday morning when a drone was sighted hovering over the monument twice at 7.40am and then again half an hour later. This was the second such incident in the past 24 hours. On Wednesday, a drone was spotted by security …

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Flight delayed: Despite ministry nod, drones yet to take off due to security concerns

[ad_1] The drones’ flight has also been curtailed due to non-availability of no permission-no takeoff (NPNT)-compliant drones in the country. Drones are yet to take off in the domestic skies due to security concerns more than a month after their use was made legal by the ministry of civil aviation. …

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North Haven FD using donations for drone, ATV

[ad_1] NORTH HAVEN — The fire department will use $40,000 in donations to purchase a drone, all-terrain utility vehicle, and trailer.  “These things would typically not be bought, because we need an engine more, we need a second ladder truck more…,” Fire Chief Paul Januszewski said. “With the donations, we can …

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UAVs to Help with San Diego County Water District Inspections

[ad_1] (TNS) — When it’s time to inspect facilities, such as water tanks, or survey the topography of its properties, the Otay Water District now turns to technology it has embraced in the past year: drones. The water agency, which serves more than 225,000 customers in eastern and southern San …

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Delivery Drones Use Bird-Inspired Legs to Jump Into the Air

[ad_1] Photo: Passerine Drones have a fundamental design problem. The kind of drone that can carry large payloads at high speeds over long distances is fundamentally different from the kind of drone that can take off and land from a small area. In very simple terms, …

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Drones Can Speed Up Traffic Accident Analysis To Make Driving Safer

[ad_1] January 17th, 2019 by Steve Hanley  NHTSA says that in 2016, 7 million traffic accidents were reported to the police in America. 37,461 people died as a result of those accidents and another 3,144,000 were injured, according to official estimates. …

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