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Ground the drones flying over California’s parks

Some 1,500 to 2,000 elegant tern eggs that were recently abandoned on a nesting island at the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve in Huntington Beach. (AP / California Department of Fish and Wildlife ) In case you thought drone crashes in sensitive environmental habitats were a rarity, get this: The drone …

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Measure, an AgEagle Company, and Parrot Complete Integration of Ground Control with ANAFI Drone Platforms – sUAS News

 AgEagle™ Aerial Systems Inc. (NYSE American: UAVS) (“AgEagle” or the “Company”), an industry-leading drone solutions provider, today announced that Measure, an AgEagle company, has partnered with Parrot® (Euronext Paris: PARRO), the leading European drone group, to integrate Measure Ground Control with Parrot’s ANAFI, ANAFI USA and ANAFI Thermal drone platforms. The integration provides …

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Ground Effect Drone Flies Autonomously

There are a number of famous (yet fictional) sea monsters in the lakes and oceans around the world, but in the Caspian Sea one turned out to be real. This is where the first vehicles specifically built to take advantage of the ground effect were built by the Soviet Union, …

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Ground Robots and Drones for Autonomous Inspections

Israeli-based Percepto is known for their drone-in-a-box solution, enabling fully autonomous inspections and other commercial drone applications.  Now, Percepto has partnered with robotics experts Boston Dynamics, creating a base for their ground robot, Spot.  Spot’s new base “provides the robotic dog with capabilities that enables a full autonomous inspection cycle in …

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North Wales Police have been using drones to support officers on the ground

THINK you might have seen a Police drone flying around the Wrexham area recently? Well, your eyes are not deceiving you. North Wales Police have been using drones to provide air support to officers on the ground in the Acton park area. It comes following reports of anti-social behaviour. A …

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U.S. Army tests counter-drone interceptors at Yuma Proving Ground

The U.S. Army hosted week-long counter-sUnmanned Aircraft Systems (C-sUAS) demonstration at Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) focused on the most cutting edge drone-busting technology in a low collateral effects interceptor assessment. This demonstration’s primary objective was on systems able to defeat small Class 1 and 2 drones, or lightweight models that …

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Can Drone Delivery Get off the Ground without Edge Computing?

Ryan Walsh, CEO and Co-founder of Valqari, shares why his team is excited about the announcement yesterday from AWS and Verizon regarding 5G computing. “We believe 5G is going to be critical for low-latency solutions,” Walsh said. “Edge computing is going to create a much easier process via decentralization when …

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Army Research Laboratory Demos Drone’s Autonomous Landing on Unmanned Ground Vehicle; Stephen Nogar Quoted

Army Research Laboratory Researchers with the U.S. Army developed and demonstrated a method through which unmanned aircraft systems may autonomously land on unmanned ground vehicles. The team from Army Research Laboratory (ARL) aimed to demonstrate this landing approach without reliance on GPS systems, the Army said Tuesday. “UAVs will need …

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ECSU drone program adds ground mobile command unit |

Students majoring in unmanned aircraft systems at Elizabeth City State University recently gained another tool to help them gain real-time, hands-on experience in one of the fastest-growing career fields in the country. The university now has a mobile drone lab for use in its unmanned aerial vehicle degree program. The …

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