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Posted by Adele Scholl on 8/24/2015
Posted by Adele Scholl on 8/21/2015
For three days, police, search dogs, a helicopter, and hundreds of volunteers combed heavily wooded areas and fields around DeVenecia's Fitchburg home to no avail. Concerned for his safety as the search dragged on, Fitchburg police issued a news alert to all residents to be on the lookout for the missing man.
It took David Lesh about 20 minutes to find DeVenecia with a drone.
Posted by Adele Scholl on 8/16/2015
A rumour and purple tent was all it took for GeekWire’s Jacob Dement to claim a secret Amazon drone testing site.
There I was, air conditioner blasting in my Car2Go as I sat in front of a red gate on a gravel road in rural Snoqualmie, Wash. Multiple locals told me this was what I had come looking for: the entrance to Amazon’s secret drone testing site.
I wasn’t lucky enough to show up on a day when Amazon’s prototype delivery drone was being tested. But then I pulled up Google Maps to try to get a sense of where exactly I was.
And that’s when I saw it.
Posted by Sheena Haydon on 8/10/2015
The first annual Bridger Cup is a competition, exhibition and celebration of drones held in Bozeman, Montana, September 18th – 19th, 2015. The Bridger Cup is hosted by Bridger Enterprises, Ascent Vision, and the City of Bozeman, Montana, along with other sponsors identified at: http://www.BridgerCup.com.
The Audience Awards, along with the Bridger Cup Drone Film Festival, is hosting a video contest where filmmakers from all over the world are invited and encouraged to submit short drone films. The primary goal of The Bridger Cup event is to raise awareness of the beneficial and productive applications of the drone technology as promising tools to be embraced and welcomed by all members of the public. This Film Festival is proudly presented and sponsored by the Montana Film Office and Birds Eye of Big Sky LLC. The films are to be 120 seconds or less. Any videos about drones, or filmed partially with drones are eligible to compete.
Submit your short drone film here: http://goo.gl/KsVBzX
Posted by Adele Scholl on 8/5/2015
I am finally letting the cat out of the bag.
For more than a year now, I have been telling potential clients who call me about filing a Section 333 Grant of Exemption with the FAA about a wonderful “workaround” if they don’t have a pilot’s license and don’t want to get one.
Posted by Adele Scholl on 8/3/2015
Forget getting the latest, greatest cell phone. The next indispensable tech tool may be a drone of your own. And daily life may never be the same.
"I see a time when every home will have a drone. You're going to use a drone to do rooftop inspections. You're going to be able to send a drone to Home Depot to get a screw driver," said Parimal Kopadekar, manager of NASA's Safe Autonomous System Operations Project at Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif.
And this won't happen in some long-distant future. "This is in five or 10 years," Kopadekar said Wednesday.