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New Radar Expands Area

New Radar Expands Area For UAV FlyingANN THOMPSON / WVXU

New Radar Expands Area For UAV Flying At the Springfield Beckley Municipal Airport crews will begin installing a new kind of radar in June that will allow air traffic controllers to see a combination of planes and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The Air Force and the State of Ohio are footing the $5 million radar bill in first-of-its-kind testing that…

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Heavy Duty Delivery Drones Coming

Heavy Duty Delivery Drones Coming From JD.comJD.com

Heavy Duty Delivery Drones Coming From JD.com JD.com to build the largest drone logistics network & plans to deploy heavy duty delivery drones capable of delivering payloads over one-ton. JD.com announced their newest agreement with the provincial government of Shaanxi. The agreement includes building China’s largest low-altitude drone logistics network. Spanning a 300-kilometer radius, the network will include hundreds of routes…

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First Ever DR1 Micro Drone Race

The First Ever DR1 Micro Drone RaceDR1

Highlight Video: The First Ever DR1 Micro Drone Race Just Went Down on the Set of ‘Firefly’ The affordable Microdrone brings the sport of drone racing to anyone, anywhere DR1 Racing and Air Hogs have partnered to launch the DR1 Micro Series drone races. The first-ever micro drone race took place on the iconic set of the cult favorite sci-fi…

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FAA Registration Rule Violates Section 336

Federal Appeals Court: The FAA Registration Rule Violates Section 336RC Groups

Federal Appeals Court: The FAA’s Registration Rule Violates Section 336 John A. Taylor beats the FAA in Federal Appeals Court and voids the FAA registration for drones and model aircraft. Is This The End of Meaningless Hobby FAA Registration? According to the article, The FAA’s Registration Rule Violates Section 336, published on RC Groups, the FAA is in hot water. John A. Taylor, along…

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Do You Like Drone Photos?

Do You Like Drone Photos? Yeah, We Do Too.DRONESTAGRAM

Do You Like Drone Photos? Yeah, We Do Too. Check Out These Stunning Shots AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PROVIDES a breathtaking perspective on a familiar world, lifting viewers above the trees and buildings so they might reimagine the landscape. The art form dates to 1858, when Gaspard-Félix Tournachon photographed the rooftops and boulevards of Paris from a hot air balloon 1,600 feet above the city….

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Buy Car Get Free Drone

Buy Car Get Free DroneAFP Relaxnews

Buy Car Get Free Drone Nissan is offering a free drone with its latest car Alongside features like leather seats and a premium infotainment system, owners will now be able to choose a Parrot Bebop 2 Drone when selecting the optional equipment on their next Nissan SUV. Nissan is hoping that the addition of a Parrot drone as standard equipment…

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Canadian scientific footage confirms use of Narwhal Tusk

Canadian scientific footage confirms use of Narwhal TuskFisheriesCanada

Canadian scientific footage confirms use of Narwhal Tusk For the first time, there is video evidence of Narwhals using their tusks to hit and stun fish prior to eating them. In collaboration with the community of Pond Inlet and benefiting from Inuit Traditional Knowledge, this first-of-its kind footage was captured by Canadian scientists from Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), the…

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Snipe Nano UAS for ISR Missions

Snipe Nano UASAeroVironment

The Snipe Nano UAS Built for ISR Missions AeroVironment, a global leader in UAS for both military and commercial applications, unveiled the new Snipe Nano Quad. Snipe is a miniature system providing close-range intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR).  The the first customer delivery of 20 Snipe systems took place in April, with the customer being the U.S. government. “Snipe’s tiny…

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