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The Next Level Of Cell Tower Inspections

Next Level Of Cell Tower InspectionsAT&T

AT&T To Use Artificial Intelligence For The Next Level Of Cell Tower Inspections It looks like AT&T is ramping up business and taking its cell tower inspections to the next level. AT&T is constantly installing, repairing or inspecting one of its 65,000 cell towers. That’s a lot of towers and even more work. So what are they doing to reduce the workload?…

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Mysteries Of The Abandoned – Chernobyl’s Deadly Secrets

Mysteries Of The Abandoned - Chernobyl’s Deadly Secrets Featuring Philip GrossmanPhilip Grossman

Mysteries Of The Abandoned With Philip Grossman Chernobyl’s Deadly Secrets Premieres August 31 At 9 Pm On Science Channel With so many different uses for drones, it’s safe to say that our industry trumps most. From saving lives to aiding our military, and capture incredible images, to inspecting bridges, the uses are limitless. One of our favorite uses comes from…

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The ThunderDrone Technology Demonstration

The ThunderDrone Technology DemonstrationSoftwerx

The ThunderDrone Technology Demonstration… Coming This Fall A news report found on AIN Online announced that the U.S. Air Force is in the process of planning a “ThunderDrone” technology demonstration. ThunderDrone is a focused technology innovation effort related to drones (sea, land, air, and space), tactical swarms, payloads (kinetic/non-kinetic), and their associated data science applications for the Special Operations community. “Basically it’s to…

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FreeWave Technologies Releases Rugged UAS Radio

FreeWave Technologies Releases Rugged UAS RadioFreeWave Technologies

FreeWave Technologies Releases Rugged UAS Radio The MM2-5 Watt 1.3GHz Radio features enhanced security in an integrated package and is optimized for deployments in international markets FreeWave Technologies, a leader in industrial, secure Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) wireless networking solutions, announces its MM2-5 Watt 1.3 GHz (13X5W) integrated radio. The MM2-13X5W features an external 5 Watt output, making…

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Finding Places to Shoot Aerial Photography

Finding Places to Shoot Aerial PhotographyFStoppers

How To Go About Finding Places to Shoot Aerial Photography After about two years of doing aerial photography, I have decided that I will share one of my little secrets for finding a location to shoot. A lot of people tell me that my aerials are really cool, but not too many ask how I find these places. It is funny…

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New Mapping Program For Public Safety

Mapping Program Designed for Public Safety ApplicationsCompassDrone

New Mapping Program For Public Safety Applications CompassDrone, a developer of unmanned aerial solutions for high-quality data collection, has announced a new comprehensive drone-based mapping program designed specifically for Public Safety applications. The Complete Incident Response Recovery Unmanned Aerial System (CIRRUAS) program is designed primarily for Accident Reconstruction and Crime Scene Mapping, but is also applicable to Search & Rescue and…

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Drone Racing Business Is Booming

Drone Racing Business Is BoomingBEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images

Drone Racing Business Is Booming The battle is on for supremacy in the world of drone racing, with the Drone Racing League dueling against DR1 Racing to be the favored drone racing platform. It is a battle for eyeballs and sponsor appreciation, and the Drone Racing League got out to a head start by securing Allianz as title sponsor in a five-year, multi-million dollar deal. DR1…

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Solar Technology Used to Power Small Satellites

Alta Devices Solar Technology Used to Power Small SatellitesAlta Devices

Solar Technology Used to Power Small Satellites Alta Devices has announced that Twiggs Space Lab, LLC (TSL), NearSpace Launch Inc. (NSL) and Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority (VCSFA) has selected the company’s solar cell technology to power small satellites. The focus of these space companies is to broaden access to space for educational and commercial participants. They have chosen to use Alta Devices solar technology…

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Fighting Fires From The Sky

Fighting Fires From The SkyInsitu

Fighting Fires From The Sky Using Drone Aerial Reconnaissance Firefighters gain a high-tech aerial edge using Insitu’s INEXA Solutions, FireWhat, and Esri technologies Insitu, a leading information services company with more than one million operational unmanned aircraft systems flight hours, has announced its new partnership. The partnership includes FireWhat, and Esri, the world leader in spatial analytics. Through this partnership, aerial…

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Cybersecurity Concerns Ground DJI Drones

Cybersecurity Concerns Ground DJI DronesDealerscope

Cybersecurity Concerns Ground DJI Drones In a memo obtained by sUAS News, the U.S. Army has ordered all units to discontinue their use of DJI built drones and other equipment. According to the memo, the U.S. Army Research Lab and U.S. Navy found that there are “operational risks” associated with the Chinese manufacturers equipment. The decision was apparently made in reference…

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