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Drones 101 in Virginia College

WASHINGTON — Virginia has been in the forefront of drone use for a while: In July, the first Federal Aviation Administration-approved drone delivery brought medical supplies to the rural southwest corner of the state. Now a community college is offering drone classes to get students ready for jobs in the burgeoning industry.   Drones’ Lessons Germanna ...

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Palm Beach After Drones

PALM BEACH, Fla. —As the popularity of drones grows, Palm Beach police are working to keep them off the island in order to protect the privacy of residents. Some have started to question if the town has legal jurisdiction over airspace. “There’s an ignorance going on of the technology and ...

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Schumer Proposes New Regulations

After a series of recent drone-related issues, some law-makers are proposing stricter regulations on the high-tech devices. U.S. Senator Charles Schumer today held a press conference Wednesday afternoon at the Albany FBI Headquarters urging his colleagues in Congress to include his legislation that would require drone manufacturers to implement geo-fencing ...

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Drones are Conquering Asia

While the US has taken halting steps toward permitting companies to use drones for business purposes, some Asian countries have jumped right in and allowed both government and commercial uses. From pollution monitoring to crowd control to police investigations to even waiting on tables, drones have begun a long, slow ...

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Brazil to Issue Drone’s Regulations Before Rio 2016

The Brazilian government announced yesterday that a set of rules to regulate the commercial and civilian use of unnamed aerial vehicles (UAE) or drones is on the way. The regulations will be enacted before the Olympic Games of Rio 2016, which security measures have been reinforced. “There are rules in place about ...

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Mexico says “YES” to Drones

The Mexican government has given green light to the use of unnamed aerial vehicles (UAV) or drones by public institutions, despite the absence of a specific regulations on the matter. The Comunications and Transports Secretary, The National Electricity Comission and the National Water Comission all have used drones to do ...

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Apple Drone Would Make an Amazing Keynote

Unnamed Aerial Vehicles (UAV) or Drones are evolving at a quicker pace than we ever though posible, and every day another industry finds a way to level up their game with the help of drones. Google is planing sending solar-powered drones to the skies in an attempt to bring web ...

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