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DRONELIFE Exclusive: An Insider Look at an Edinburgh Univers…

Researchers from Edinburgh University are using drones to study and demarcate global warming, and to determine how it is affecting glaciers in the Andes, a recent BBC article reports. DRONELIFE reached out to the makers of the drones to learn more about the project – but first, the research. Researches from …

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The Best Pairing for Wine May be a Drone

License: cc0 With a wide and global customer base, drone mapping platform DroneDeploy is continually identifying new uses for drone technology.  Precision agriculture was one of the early adopters of drone technology: and now, more vineyards are adopting drones to make better wine. It’s not the romantic view of the …

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Drone Mapping: A Podcast with Jono Millin of DroneDeploy

Want to learn about what is going on with Drone Mapping Software?  Check out this podcast with Jono Millin one of the founders of DroneDeploy from our friends at Commercial Drone FM. Here is how they describe the show:  “Jono Millin is co-founder and Chief Customer Officer (CCO) at DroneDeploy, …

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Optelos + DroneDeploy Together at DistribuTECH: From Drone M…

Two leading drone data software solutions are joining forces at DistribuTECH this week to show utility professionals and commercial drone operators a complete workflow system – delivering world class drone maps with context and AI-driven image intelligence. DistribuTECH is the utility and energy industry’s leading technology conference.  It’s a growing …

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California: Drones Stitch Helpful Aerial Maps in Wake of Dea…

While California’s Camp Fire has earned the infamous title of costliest world disaster of 2018, the aftermath could have been worse, say fire experts, had it not been for drones. The series of wildfires claimed more than 80 lives and destroyed thousands of buildings across Butte County. However, thanks to …

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The Drone Analyst: Measuring Success in the Drone Market

Shutterstock and Skylogic Research “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” – Peter Drucker Guest post by leading drone industry analyst Colin Snow of Skylogic Research. The $118M Airware failure is a cautionary tale for all potential commercial drone investors—as well as all existing commercial drone market participants. …

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