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Privacy Right – How to Regulate Civilian Use of UAVs?

Privacy Right – How to Regulate  Civilian Use of UAVs?

By Uri Volovelsky,  lawyer and researcher on law and technology The use of unmanned aircraft (UAVs) for civilian purposes has become part of reality during recent years. Private persons, commercial companies and state authorities (mainly law enforcement, led by the police) have already identified the almost indefinite potential of UAVs. The manufacturers of the UAVs […]

Cal Lutheran students to present research Projects include crime scene photo app, study of falls

Cal Lutheran students to present research Projects include crime scene photo app, study of falls

Thirty-one of California Lutheran University’s top undergraduates will present their findings at the 13th Annual Student Research Symposium on Saturday, healing Oct. 29. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on the Thousand Oaks campus. With guidance from faculty mentors, the students conducted research in the fields of biochemistry, bioengineering, biology, chemistry, […]

Coping With Traffic – in The Air

Coping With Traffic – in The Air

Gulls Flight Strategies to Help UAV Navigation?

Gulls Flight Strategies to Help UAV Navigation?

Researches looked at how gulls use the rising air generated by buildings to fly without flapping. They found that gulls actually alter their flight paths in certain wind conditions, to take advantage of updraughts occurring around a line of hotels. According to theconversation.com, gulls may be adopting an energy-saving strategy that provides increased flight control […]

WATCH: US Navy’s Rocket-Launched Drone Swarm

WATCH: US Navy’s Rocket-Launched Drone Swarm

The US Navy’s Office of Naval Research (ONR) has developed an innovative batch of swarming drones and a new way to launch them. The rocket-like launcher can send out the swarm drones in quick succession, treat only for them to regroup and get into formation when already in the sky. In the video below, you […]

Tiny Drones Win Over Army Grunts. Big Bots? Not So Much

Tiny Drones Win Over Army Grunts. Big Bots? Not So Much

  A soldier holds a PD-100 mini-drone during the PACMAN-I experiment in Hawaii. Tiny drones, pilule no bigger than your palm, symptoms were the big stars of an Army experiment in Hawaii, participants told Breaking Defense. Larger ground robots, however, struggled in the jungle. Staff Sergeant James Roe told me he was “blown away” by […]

Direct Weather Forecasts for Drone Operators

Direct Weather Forecasts for Drone Operators

US Follows Islamic Terrorists’ Use of Explosive UAVs

US Follows Islamic Terrorists’ Use of Explosive UAVs

Pentagon to Counter Growing Drone Threat Posed by ISIS

Pentagon to Counter Growing Drone Threat Posed by ISIS

Watch: World’s First Brain Interface Controlled Drone Race

Watch: World’s First Brain Interface Controlled Drone Race
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