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  • February 26, 2015
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    2014 was a great year for Dronelife and as we continue to grow in 2015, we will be introducing new features on the site. For starters, we are rolling out industry specific pages that cater to the industries we believe will be the first to reap the benefits of UAV technology. ...
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  • February 26, 2015
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    (Source: Forbes)   Less than two weeks after the Federal Aviation Administration unveiled its proposed regulations for commercial drones, one California-based drone company sealed its latest round of financing. North America’s largest personal drone manufacturer, 3D Robotics, raised $50 million on Wednesday led by Qualcomm QCOM +0.46% Ventures. A valuation was not disclosed. ...
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  • February 26, 2015
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    The first ever New York City Drone Film Festival is a little over a week away. Tickets are sold out but there is talk of a second day of screening so it’s not too late to try and nab a spot. The festival will be showing a bunch of short ...
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  • February 26, 2015
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    (Source: m.aviationweek.com)   Education, regulation and enforcement are key to safely integrating unmanned aircraft into civil airspace. But they cannot entirely eliminate the risk of someone unknowingly—or intentionally—sending a UAS aloft to collide with a manned aircraft or rotorcraft, particularly with the explosion in consumer drones flown by people with no prior ...
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  • February 26, 2015
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    (Source: CBSLocal.com, Los Angeles)   An advertising company has been utilizing drones experimentally to monitor cellular and Wi-Fi signals across the San Fernando Valley, according to a new report. As CBS2’s Erica Nochlin reports, the small drones are apparently buzzing around the Valley and have reportedly been monitoring signals all month long to ...
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  • February 25, 2015
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    (Source: http://gigaom.com)   There is a zen moment when you are flying a drone in the first-person perspective when the ground drops away and the camera stabilizes. There is a horizon in every direction, and the only question left is, “Which way do you want to fly?” “It’s the ability to be in ...
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  • February 25, 2015
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    (Source: BBC)   Technology that allows a drone to be piloted from the ground using only a person’s brainwaves has been demonstrated in Portugal. The company behind the development, Tekever, said the technology could in the short term be used to enable people with restricted movement to control aircraft. Longer term the firm said ...
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  • February 24, 2015
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    (Source: Wired)   It’s early morning on my second day at Marum Crater, and as I drift in and out of sleep, I try to place the incongruous buzzing that seems to have awoken me. I unzip the tent’s vestibule and peer outside, where a small drone hovers in the distance, four ...
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  • February 24, 2015
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    (Source: Washington Post)   Inez Edwards had no clue what a drone was, but when the bride-to-be’s wedding photographer suggested it as a way to get some stunning aerial photos, Edwards was sold. So in October, at a hotel in Washington, a drone buzzed overhead as she walked down the aisle. “The drone captured ...
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  • February 24, 2015
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    Since late last month, the city of Boston has been doing a hilarious impression of Hoth. Much like that opening sequence in The Empire Strikes Back, it’s stupid cold, everyone is pissed, and nothing is working. It’s so bad, people are beginning to call for federal disaster relief funds. So while we ...
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  • February 24, 2015
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    (Source: wsj.com)   French authorities Tuesday were trying to hunt down the pilots of drones that were spotted flying over Paris landmarks and high-security buildings including the U.S. embassy. The small, remotely-controlled flying objects were seen overnight Monday to Tuesday over the U.S. embassy and nearby Interior Ministry, as well as over the ...
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  • February 24, 2015
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    (Source: Slate.com)   It’s the newest travel trend: carting around a portable, camera-bearing drone while on the road. Suitable for selfies, dramatic landscape photos, and other eminently Instagram-able content, backpack-size drones equipped with action cameras are an increasingly common component of vacationers’ luggage. Cool as those YouTube videos of golden temples and snowy ...
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