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  • Mountain Dew and DR1 Racing Join Forces
    Mountain Dew and DR1 Racing partner for global drone racing series
    Drones are going mainstream and that includes drone racing as a sport. These days, sports are not just about participants, fans and spectators, it's about partnerships and sponsorship arrangements. So when Mountain Dew and DR1 Racing signed up...
  • The Complete Guide to Drones
    'The Complete Guide to Drones' is the ultimate information source on drones
    If you are waking from a three-year nap, here is some news- drones are hot! We are about to become a drone society, whether we want to or not. If you are interested in buying or flying drones, "The Complete Guide to Drones" is going to...
  • The Complete Guide to Drones
    'The Complete Guide to Drones' is the ultimate information source on drones
    If you are waking from a three-year nap, here is some news- drones are hot! We are about to become a drone society, whether we want to or not. If you are interested in buying or flying drones, "The Complete Guide to Drones" is going to...
  • Drone detection
    FBI, FAA and others join forces to test drone detection systems for airports
    The reality of terrorism at airports has pushed the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to develop detection systems designed to identify “rogue” drones near runways and airport environments. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)...
  • Muse release new video for 'Aftermath'
    Watch Muse's new touching animated video for 'Aftermath'
    Muse dropped the music video for their next single, “Aftermath,” taken off their 2015 album “Drones.” The black and white animated clip deals with themes of war, loss, and death. We follow a man who has enlisted in the army...
  • Drone detection
    FAA expands drone detection research at airports
    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is expanding an effort to detect drones that fly too close to manned airplanes.The FAA announced May 9 that it will work with three companies -- Gryphon Sensors of Syracuse, N.Y.; Liteye Systems of...
  • Drone Day
    Aviation hobbyists to observe International Drone Day
    Drone enthusiasts across the United States and dozens of other countries plan to fill the skies with small unmanned aircraft May 7 as part of their observance of the second annual International Drone Day.In the Washington, D.C., area, for instance...
  • Drone rules
    FAA forming drone advisory panel
    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced May 4 that it is setting up a “broad-based” committee to advise it on how to safely integrate unmanned aircraft into the national airspace, an issue the agency has been grappling with...
  • Eye in the Sky
    Not all drones: Movie review of ‘Eye in the Sky’
    Eye in the Sky is a smaller film sandwiched between bigger releases now playing in theaters. Its major selling point is Helen Mirren playing Colonel Katherine Powell a woman in charge of a terrorist surveying unit that has finally found one of...
  • 3 elected politicians, few answers
    The quarter billion dollar drones of New York
    Our multi-year on-going effort to investigate the Drone Testing Site [Drone Site] at Griffiss International Airport, as it relates to the accountability of the politicians that advocated for the Site's creation and the use of taxpayer funds...
  • Pennsylvania Game Commission moves to ban drones on SGL's and PGC properties
    Pennsylvania Game Commission moves to ban drones on SGL's and PGC properties
    At their recent meeting, the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) and as a concern for wildlife, voted to ban drones from PGC game lands and properties like Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area lands. The PGC cites cases where during the snow-goose...
  • Drones to deliver medical supplies in Rwanda
    Drones to deliver medical supplies in Rwanda
    Delivering prescription medications by drone may be years away here in the States, Zipline International, Inc. of San Francisco is planning to make the service a reality for the residents of Rwanda this summer. The operation will use a fixed wing...
  • Drones on the move to replace mailmen?
    Drones on the move to replace mailmen?
    Drones are becoming more common everyday. They are being used in everything from wildlife conservation to helping out state transportation departments clear traffic accidents. One day they might even replace ... mailmen? Companies like Amazon and...
  • FAA predicts drones grow to 7 million by 2020
    FAA predicts 7 million drones by 2020: Swatting drones like flies in future?
    The FAA predicts that by 2020 drones will number 7 million in the skies over the nation, which seems to suggest that those personal flying devices might become as pesky as horse flies! The FAA expects that in the year 2020 out of those 7 million...
  • Eye in the Sky
    Movie review: 'Eye in the Sky' is successfully on target
    A few recent films have attempted tackling the moral implications of using drones for military use, but none have done so as effectively as the taut, suspenseful new film Eye in the Sky (opening today).Drone use - for attack and for reconnaissance...
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