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Three Essentials for Building Public Safety and First Respon…

Image credit: Skylogic Research As public safety programs around the country adopt drone technology to keep their teams and their communities safer, many struggle with how to get started.  In these free resources developed by top drone analyst Colin Snow, departments of every size can take advantage of the lessons …

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Commercial UAV Expo Europe: Public Service Drone Stories fro…

The public service sector is one of the fastest growing verticals for the commercial drone industry.  As departments invest in drone technology – and train more and more of their personnel to use them – the use cases for drones are continually expanding.  At today’s public service sector sessions of …

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Drones Will Be Shot Down Until These Misconceptions Are Tack…

On February 23rd, Long Island resident Gerard Chasteen allegedly fired his Shotgun three times at a DJI Mavic 2 Zoom flying near his property. Rather than a neighbourhood menace up to no good, the drone’s operators – Lynn Fodale and Teddy Henn – were volunteers working for local pet-rescue group, Missing …

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Impossible Aerospace US-1 Makes Public Safety Debut in Calif…

A tense, 11-hour long stand-off between a suspect and police offers at a Denny’s restaurant in Cambell, California was brought to a peaceful end earlier this month, with help from an Impossible Aerospace US-1 drone. The US-1 was launched by Impossible Aerospace in September 2018. We haven’t heard much since but …

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What Can We Learn From The Drone Disruption at Gatwick Airpo…

Our London correspondent, Malek Murison, reports on the fallout from the ‘Battle of Gatwick’ airport debacle.  Drones are often in the news at this time of year. More often than not, the stories are harmless: Aviation authorities laying down the law to the influx of new pilots, viral videos of …

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Police in Central London Run a Facial Recognition Trial. Are…

The Metropolitan Police of London have announced that they are inviting people to take part in testing technology that would automate the process of facial recognition rather than testing it covertly.  The trials will be held near Soho, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square on Monday and Tuesday during the busy …

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