CNN Gets Approval From FAA

CNN Gets Approval From FAA

CNN Gets Approval From FAA to Fly Drones Over Crowds of People In Public FAA 107 Training Program The next time CNN needs a video of hordes of protestors, it could send a drone to capture the footage, according to a post on Fortune . CNN said Wednesday that the Federal Aviation Administration approved the news network to fly drones over crowds of people. Although CNN has similar FAA waivers […]

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Seiler Instrument, Inc. Selects Microdrones® mdMapper packages to serve the Midwest U.S.

Seiler Instrument, Inc. Selects Microdrones® mdMapper packages to serve the Midwest U.S.

The Seiler Instrument Geospatial Division serves professionals throughout Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Indiana. (PRNewsfoto/Microdrones) Trimble Dealer Seiler Instrument & Mfg. Co., Inc., offers advanced, integrated tools for geospatial professionals in the Midwest U.S. With more than 72 years of successful sales and service, Seiler Instrument has built its reputation on exceptional customer support, while concentrating its product offering on solutions from like-minded suppliers. “We are thrilled to […]

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Resolving pain points on the path to efficiently achieving highly accurate mapping outcomes from any drone

Resolving pain points on the path to efficiently achieving highly accurate mapping outcomes from any drone

UAV mapping projects require reliable, repeatable accuracy before they can be used and trusted by professional clients. The most common method of achieving this has been placing ground control points (GCPs) which must be spread across the entire site. Whether traditional surveyed targets or the various smart GCPs with built-in GPS, GCPs require site access and staff mobilization to place (and collect) the targets. These are pain points on the […]

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The Look Up Advantage – Drone Inspection of Bridges & Overhead Piping Structures

The Look Up Advantage – Drone Inspection of Bridges & Overhead Piping Structures

falcon for article Non-destructive inspection of engineering equipment, products and installations has always received support from inventors through offering remote vision gadgets / instruments that help in close and detailed examination of the object under inspection. Almost 100 years back, first industrial borescope was invented (in 1921) which allowed inspectors to examine places that were otherwise inaccessible or not viewable by the naked eye. That invention opened new avenues in […]

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