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Pensa, AI-Enabled Drones Maker for Inventory Surveillance, Raises $5M

[ad_1] Austin—The grocery store shelf has yet to be plugged into the increasingly digital food supply chain. Instead, inventory is typically tallied by employees by hand in a slow and laborious process. “It’s one big black hole with groceries, not knowing what is exactly on the retail shelf and available …

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Military Surveillance Drones Market Potential Growth, Share, Demand and Analysis of Key Players Research Forecasts to 2025

[ad_1] SUMMARY: The Military Surveillance Drones Market report provides overview of Military Surveillance Drones Industry, including industry characteristics, manufacturing technology, industry chain analysis and latest market trends & dynamics. The Military Surveillance Drones market report also explores future trends for supply, demand and market growth rate, market size, prices, trading, …

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Miami Beach PD circumvents ban on drone surveillance with a blimp

[ad_1] Written by Betsy Foresman Jan 10, 2019 | STATESCOOP Can’t use a drone? What about a blimp? Miami Beach Police Department circumvented a 2015 ban on police drone surveillance when it monitored a crowded Orange Bowl celebration event last month using a small, helium-filled blimp, called a “tethered aerostat.” …

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Miami Beach Cops Use Tethered Blimp for Surveillance to Get Around Drone Ban

[ad_1] The state of Florida passed a law in 2015 banning the use of drones to monitor citizens from the air. But police in Miami Beach, Florida have come up with a clever workaround: They’re using a tethered blimp, called an aerostat, for crowd surveillance and they argue that it’s …

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Miami Beach Police Get Surveillance Blimp, Possibly Violate Florida Drone Ban

[ad_1] On December 28, MBPD flew a tiny, helium-filled dirigible, or “tethered aerostat,” over an Orange Bowl-related party called the Capital One Beach Bash. A camera attached to the balloon monitored the moves of 15,000 patrons, according to a letter City Manager Jimmy Morales sent to the city’s commission on …

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NYPD Surveillance Fly’s Drone Over Times Square on New Year’s Eve

[ad_1] Ringing in the New Year is a simple and joyous occasion for many. But that isn’t always the case for NYPD officers working security at Times Square on New Year’s Eve. For the first time, a police drone was used to monitor the celebration from an eagle eye view …

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Sunflower Labs wants to be the ADT of Home Drone Surveillance: An Interview with the Founder

[ad_1] Sunflower Labs is using drone technology in ways that were not possible or even thought of a few years ago.  We interviewed Alex Pachikov, the co-founder and CEO of Sunflower, about his home surveillance solution. Some estimates have the home surveillance market at 45 billion dollars in 2018 worldwide …

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Sunflower Labs is building a drone surveillance system for high-end homes

[ad_1] Tucked away high in the residential hills of suburban San Carlos, California, is a three-bedroom home with its own autonomous aerial security system. The house is no different than any other residence on the quiet street full of well-manicured lawns and spacious views of the Pulgas Ridge Preserve. But …

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Rich People are Protecting Their Homes With Surveillance Drones

[ad_1] Pollen Jockeys The bougie homes of the future may find themselves guarded by high-tech, defensive Sunflowers and Bees. Those are the brand names of security firm Sunflower Labs’ two flagship products: Sunflower sensors that detect the vibrations caused by nearby intruders’ footsteps, and buzzing quadrotor Bee drones that autonomously capture the intruder …

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