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Amazon is thinking about using its delivery drones to scan your house to sell you more stuff

Amazon’s ambitions to build a fleet of self-flying delivery drones will have an interesting side-effect: They will create unimaginable quantities of data. Aerial footage, mapping data, flight patterns, number-crunching analysis, and more — autonomous vehicles produce vast reams of data, … Continue reading

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Deadwood ‘drone no-fly zone’ faces headwinds

As this Northern Hills tourist town considers establishing a “drone no-fly zone” over its historic downtown, some drone proponents contend that Federal Aviation Administration regulations will ground the ordinance before it ever takes flight. But the city’s police chief, who … Continue reading

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Unauthorized drone flights on the rise

As drones become more readily available for the public, concerns are growing over hobby pilots who may not understand airspace regulations, and how law enforcement is supposed to enforce the rules. Increasing recent reports of unauthorized drone flights within Klamath … Continue reading

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Raleigh rule would limit use of drones in city parks

People will be able to use drones or other remote-controlled aerial vehicles in only seven of the city’s nearly 90 public parks under a proposed ordinance. The proposed policy pinpoints spaces where people can fly drones in Baileywick, Eastgate, Spring … Continue reading

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