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Driving out in the country these days is a bit like driving into the future, at least here in Manitoba. It seems that every second field has a small plane buzzing just above the treetops like a lot of oversized insects. Continue reading

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ComEd, IIT Team Up To Use Drones To Inspect Power Lines

The Federal Aviation Administration has authorized ComEd to use drones to streamline the inspection of its power lines.
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5 Ways Unmanned Drones Could Affect The American Food Supply

When it comes to drones, “your imagination can go pretty wild in terms of what would be possible,” says Roger Johnson, president of the National Farmers Union. Continue reading

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CNN gets FAA clearance for drone journalism

Since last year, the cable news network has been studying the use of drones for news-gathering by teaming up with researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, who has played an integral role in collecting data. Continue reading

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Surreptitious Little Eyes in Canadian Skies: What you don’t know about drones in Canada

  Photograph of “The Low Light” UAV disclosed in an Access Information Request to Reem Zaia on September 27, 2014. They visualize, detect, measure, analyze, interpret, target, and – wait for it – they fly unattended. Many of us are … Continue reading

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