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Drones help to improve forestry planning

Laser equipped drones that can see underlying terrain beneath a forest canopy are helping Forestry and Land Scotland to plan how it manages woodlands.  

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New software for improved and accurate drone mapping

Drones are not just toys for big and little kittle– they likewise cater to numerous practical purposes. They can be utilized to screen dams and railways to forestall accidents or to make 3D digital co..

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DroneInch releases new 3.0 automation software

The California-based UAV automation software company DroneInch has announced the release of its new DroneInch 3.0 programme.  

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A Medical-Delivery Drone Service Gets US Approval Amid Coronavirus

A medical-delivery firm has received special permission to fly its drones farther than previously allowed in the United States, a COVID-prompted decision that advances the nascent drone-delivery indus..

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A Medical-Delivery Drone Service Gets US Approval Amid Coronavirus

A medical-delivery firm has received special permission to fly its drones farther than previously allowed in the United States, a COVID-prompted decision that advances the nascent drone-delivery indus..

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Drones and AI can detect landmines

There are perhaps 100 million unexploded munitions such as landmines strewn about the countryside in conflict regions such as Afghanistan. Now a marriage of drones and AI offers new prospects to detec..

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VoloDrone, the Futuristic Drone for Agricultural Use

A demonstrator model of the VoloDrone equipped with a John Deere crop protection sprayer, which is ready for its first field flight, can be seen in the Future Technology Zone at the Expo. John Deere a..

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U.S. Army’s New Drone Swarm May Be A Weapon Of Mass Destruction

‘Weapon of Mass Destruction’ is a term used in arms-control circles signifying something capable of damage on a large scale and subject to international treaties. Analyst Zak Kallenborn argues in a re..

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