Category Archives: drone journalism

Planting A Billion Trees A Year With Drones

An American company has earnestly begun planning to replant deforested areas using drones. The company plans to plant a billion trees per year remotely. Continue reading

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‘Safety First’ For UAS Operations: FAA

The FAA executive in charge of integrating unmanned aerial systems (UAS) into the National Airspace System (NAS) says that if and when a small UAS (sUAS) and a manned aircraft collide, the manned aircraft isn’t likely to suffer serious damage Continue reading

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Mystery drones spotted over Paris landmarks

PARIS – At least five drones flew over the Eiffel Tower, the U.S. Embassy and other Paris landmarks overnight, authorities said Tuesday. It was the most audacious of several mysterious drone overflights around France in recent months. Continue reading

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WHY DRONE ENTHUSIASTS CAN BE OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE FAA’S PROPOSED RULE ON LINE OF SIGHT – THE WASHINGTON POST

Michael Drobac, executive director of the Small UAV Coalition, has singled out visual line of sight as a critical issue. Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has called the provision a “concerning limitation” and urged the FAA to modify it. Continue reading

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FAA Poised to Deal with Drones

People are using them, businesses see endless possibilities with them and now the Federal Aviation Administration is proposing some rules and regulations for dealing with drones. Continue reading

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Drone Gives DU’s Lacrosse Team A Perfect Angle For Critiquing Practice

The University of Denver’s Bill Tierney has been coaching college lacrosse for over 30 years. He’s won six national titles and probably watched hundreds, if not thousands of hours of film. Continue reading

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Talking Drones With 3D Robotics CEO Chris Anderson

Drones were one of the hot topics coming into CES, but the show itself didn’t actually feature any standout products. Many of the new drones we saw were little more than knockoffs of DJI’s extremely successful Phantom Vision line Continue reading

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U.S. drone rules remain in the hangar in 2014

The United States missed a year-end deadline for publishing new rules on remote-control aircraft, delaying an eagerly awaited step toward using drones in everything from farming to package delivery. Continue reading

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SEEING CAMPUS BY DRONE

We’ve all had the pleasure of seeing our beautiful campus from the ground and, possibly, from the top of Sarkeys Energy Center or the upper decks of the Gaylord Memorial Stadium. Continue reading

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Drones for Peace

Unmanned aerial vehicles, better known these days as drones, are capable of serving a number of practical and humanitarian purposes, not just those mentioned so often in the press. Continue reading

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