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Drones Continue to Make an Impact in Marine Conservation

We’ve written on a number of events about how drone expertise is getting used for marine analysis and conservation, significantly with efforts involving our oceans’ largest inhabitants: whales. You can examine Ocean Alliance’s work to seize whale information utilizing SnotBot, right here. You can examine Intel and Ocean Alliance utilizing …

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Drones are Helping Scientists Weigh Seals in Antarctica

It’s at all times good to see a optimistic drone story. Today we’ve heard a couple of new approach in which drones are serving to with conservation efforts. A mission in some of the distant components of the world, Antarctica, has proven that aerial images can be utilized to successfully …

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NOAA Partners with Drone Firm To Forecast Wildfires

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is taking swift steps to foretell wildfires by partnering with a drone agency. Colorado-based Black Swift Technologies lately introduced the drone deal – the deployment of “a tightly integrated system consisting of an airframe, avionics, and multiple sensors capable of research-quality measurements of CO2, …

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Floating Drones: Saildrone Gets $14 million in Funding

While most people think of drones in the air, CA-based Saildrone Inc., is using drone technology on the ocean.   Saildrone doesn’t call themselves a drone company, but rather “a provider of ocean data collected by a fleet of unmanned, autonomous sailing drones.”  Used by NOAA as part of their drone exploration program, …

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