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UAV course at Chattahoochee Tech this fall

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Marietta-based Chattahoochee Technical College will be taking to the skies this fall with its first Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Technology class. A hot topic in today’s technology field, the UAV class will be held over two and a half days and…

Customs seizes $80k worth of unauthorised drones

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By Paris Cowan A magistrate’s court in Perth has prosecuted WA drone manufacturer Cyber Technology for attempting to export thousands of dollars worth of sophisticated aircraft without approval. Last Friday the company was ordered to forfeit drones and other unspecified electronics…

How flying robots can increase your yields?

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Tomasz Maik, CEO of Trigger Composites, manufacturer of Pteryx UAV Recent years brought a dynamic development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, commonly called drones. Everyday press races in descriptions of newly appearing, not only military, applications of these appliances. This year…

UT Police investigating drone use over DKR

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By Angie Beavin AUSTIN (KXAN) — University of Texas Police are investigating the use of a drone over Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium Saturday night during the Longhorns’ home opener. KXAN’s cameras spotted the drone flying above the…

FLIR releases new OEM thermal imaging core Muon™

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Portland, OR – September 1st, 2014 – FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announces its latest thermal imaging core, Muon™, which isdesigned specifically for volume OEMs capable of integrating uncooled FPAs into their own camera solutions. FLIR has greatly simplified the OEM process by…

Zephyr 7 UAS chalks up new achievement

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By Richard Tomkins A solar-powered unmanned aerial system from Airbus Defense and Space has been flown for more than 11 days non-stop. The test of the Zephyr 7 High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite, or HAPS, was conducted for Britain’s Ministry of Defense in…