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Scientists Add Defibrillator To Drones

Russian Scientists Add Defibrillator To DronesМосковский технологический институт

Russian Scientists Add Defibrillator To Drones In what looks like a potentially useful use of drone technology, Russian scientists at the Moscow Technology Institute have stuck a defibrillator on a drone so it can be remotely piloted to a person in need of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. So much like an air ambulance, but — presumably — a lot cheaper. The project is…

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The Ultimate Flight Check And Planning Tool

The Ultimate Flight Check And Planning ToolFaulkner Labs

Drone Start Is The Ultimate Flight Check And Planning Tool Drones are expensive and can be complicated to fly, and a good deal of drone ‘fly aways’ are caused by human error. Most drone users are unaware how things such as weather conditions, solar storms, and surrounding terrain. These factors can greatly affect their flight. There is a new app, launching…

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Flirtey Leads In Drone Delivery

Flirtey Leads In Drone DeliveryFlirtey

Flirtey Leads In Drone Delivery, Dominating The Industry Flirtey, the world’s leading drone delivery service, commemorates big milestones in aviation history. July marks the 2nd anniversary of the first ever FAA-approved drone delivery in the U.S. and the 1st anniversary of the first drone delivery to a customer’s home. On July 17th, 2015, in collaboration with NASA, Flirtey conducted the first-ever FAA-approved drone delivery when…

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Radar MMS Releases BPV-500 VTOL UAS Details

Radar MMS Releases BPV-500 VTOL UAS DetailsNikolai Novichkov

Radar MMS Release BVP-500 UAS Details Russia-based Radar MMS released further details of its BPV-500 vertical-takeoff and landing (VTOL) unmanned aircraft system (UAS) at the MAKS 2017 airshow in Zhukovsky near Moscow. Radar MMS representative Sergey Prokofiev told Jane’s that the BPV-500 is designed to operate from land and naval vessels, and is intended to fill a range of mission sets. “The…

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New Crop Health Analysis Capabilities

New Crop Health Analysis CapabilitiesDrone Deploy

DroneDeploy Releases New Crop Health Analysis Capabilities DroneDeploy, developer of powerful, cloud-based image processing software for drones, has announced that it has developed new capabilities for its software platform. This new capability aims to help growers perform more accurate plant health analysis and process high-quality maps during all stages of crop growth. DroneDeploy customers can now fly and capture imagery and process…

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