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Toy Drones & Quadcopters: Global Markets to 2022

DUBLIN, Dec. 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Toy Drones and Quadcopters Market 2018-2022” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The toy drones and quadcopters market will grow at a CAGR of almost 17% by 2022. Drones combined with VR goggles and headsets has become one of the fastest …

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Zomato Is All Set to Fly Higher With Drones, But Is India Ready For It?

Drone deliveries in India haven’t had the greatest of starts, with many technical and regulatory hurdles December 10, 2018 3 min read You’re reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Food delivery via drones might sound crazy, but they will soon fly high in India. Online food ordering …

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Coast Guard Commandant Boosts Plan to Outfit Cutters with ScanEagle Drones

All Coast Guard National Security Cutters should have ScanEagle drones aboard and available for launch to boost high seas surveillance and aid in drug interdictions and arrests, according to Commandant Adm. Karl Schultz. Commanders who have used the ScanEagle Unmanned Aerial System, or UAS, have told him, ” ‘I don’t …

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You want to ‘waste money’ on drones when we lack basic logistics in our hospitals? – Apaak quizzes

General News of Monday, 10 December 2018 Source: rainbowradioonline.com 2018-12-10 Dr. Clement Apaak, MP for Builsa South The Member of Parliament for Builsa South Dr. Clement Apaak, is questioning how blood delivered by drones would be administered in facilities that lack basic equipment and professionals. The legislator in a reaction …

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Why Leicestershire Police say not to worry if you spot drones hovering over Hinckley today

A fleet of police drones will be hovering over a Leicestershire town today. But members of the public who spot the unmanned vehicles hovering over Hinckley don’t need to worry – as it’s a Leicestershire Police training exercise taking place. A message has been posted by the police this morning …

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​Why working with Intel is helping Delair’s drones fly into new markets

Since Delair first launched in 2011, it has grown from a small drone startup into a global unmanned aircraft systems and asset-management company, with headquarters in Toulouse, France, and offices in Belgium, Singapore, and the US. In June 2018, Delair was named one of the World Economic Forum’s Technology Pioneers, …

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Israel turned down Gulf state request to buy attack drones — report

An Arab Gulf state expressed interest in buying Israeli attack drones but after careful consideration by defense officials, the request was declined, the Kan public broadcaster reported on Sunday. The purchasing country, which was not identified in the report due to military censorship, made the request a few years ago …

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Geographers are studying Russia’s fastest-melting glacier with drones

A group of Tomsk State University geographers has developed a new method for studying the process of melting glaciers. Scientists use unmanned aerial vehicles to obtain information on the nature and dynamics of change. On the basis of aerial photography materials, geographers, using special software, build detailed maps and three-dimensional …

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‘Customs on the look out for drones that pose a security risk to country’

The 80th policy commission session of the World Customs Organisation (WCO) concluded last week. Major issues faced by Customs Departments globally, including trade facilitation, controlling the illicit flow of finance, and the challenges presented by drones and other digital products were discussed in detail at the meet. As the host …

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Business: Where are the drones? Amazon’s customers are still waiting (12/10/18)

An Amazon Prime Air drone is seen Dec. 7, 2015, in Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom. Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos might have underestimated regulatory obstacles and privacy concerns when he told CBS “60 Minutes” in December 2013 his company would be making drone-borne deliveries within five years. Amazon via AP, …

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#TenYearsInMedia: Five years ago, AI and drones were not yet part of the average citizen’s everyday life…

To celebrate 10 years of the MOST Awards, we asked media professionals from media agencies and media owners what they believed was the biggest disruptor in the past 10 years, and what they thought would have the most impact in the next decade. Here Daan du Toit, managing director of Mark …

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Ghana: How We Used Drones to Monitor Coastal Erosion in Ghana

analysis By Kwasi Addo Appeaning, University of Ghana Delta environments are low-lying and highly vulnerable to flooding and erosion by ocean waves. And these hazards are likely to increase as the world’s climate changes and sea levels rise. Monitoring these hazards, and their impacts, is very important to develop strategies …

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