Tag Archives: Hobby and Consumer Drones

Man allegedly used drone to pelt ex-girlfriend’s home with bombs

In the aftermath of a breakup, people can lose all reason and taking irresponsible action — whether it be cutting up an ex-partner’s clothes, throwing out their possessions, or scratching their car. In extreme cases, drones, otherwise known as unmanned … Continue reading

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The Most Amazing Examples of Drones in Use Today: From Scary to Incredibly Helpful

Drones, aircraft that are remotely or autonomously piloted with no human onboard, are used in many ways from a hobbyist who flies a $25 drone around for fun on the weekends to a multimillion-dollar military drone that’s becoming a critical … Continue reading

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Introducing the Blue Ribbon Task Force on UAS Mitigation at Airports

The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) have formed a new task force dedicated to mitigating unmanned aircraft system (UAS) danger at airports. The “Blue Ribbon Task Force on Unmanned Aircraft System Mitigation … Continue reading

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Hobbyist Drones Have Hampered Aerial Firefighting

Two camera-equipped DJI drones may have helped Parisian firefighters to position their hoses to quench the Notre Dame Cathedral blaze on April 15, but drones have been a problem for aerial firefighting efforts in the United States. “Aerial firefighting missions … Continue reading

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