White House Workshop Predicts Deadly Drone Attacks in US

White House Workshop Predicts Deadly Drone Attacks in US

The FAA is finalizing rules for the use of commercial and hobby drones and hopes to get them in place before Christmas. (US Arctic Research Commission photo) Military.com | Oct 12, 2016 | by Matthew Cox The White House is taking steps to rein in commercial drone flights over U.S. airspace amid concerns that the tiny, flying machines will be used as weapons in a terrorist attack. The White House […]

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Cisco’s disruptive innovation flies higher with drones

Cisco’s disruptive innovation flies higher with drones

The spirit of innovation with drones reaches grassroots levels. See how the disruption of the drone industry is pervasively happening within Cisco. Biren Gandhi sees Cisco as the torchbearer of drone digital disruption. The flying machines have become mainstream tools for everything from delivery services to video usage. So how can the networking giant—normally known for Internet services, solutions, software and hardware—compete in the unmanned aviation realm? As the world […]

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We Flew DJI’s Incredible New

We Flew DJI’s Incredible New

It’s a powerful gadget in a portable size When action camera maker GoPro unveiled its Karma drone last month, it addressed one of the biggest issues with most high-end drones: Portability. With its foldable legs, the Karma is easier to transport from point A to point B and back again. Just days later, drone maker DJI responded with the Mavic Pro , its own foldable drone that, when packed, is […]

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