November 2016

The grey area of drone-use propriety was highlighted earlier this month after a Stettler-area resident complained that someone had a drone hovering outside the window of their home. The proliferation in use of drone technology, especially as the small aircrafts become less expensive, has left Stettler residents uncertain about how to file complaints about drone […]

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Cameras drone are everywhere these days but for the majority of everyday users, you can only get so excited about a new model that is slightly smaller, iteratively faster and offers a minutely longer amount of flight time. As cool as all of that stuff undoubtedly is, it’s less revolutionary than evolutionary. Thank goodness, then, […]

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Media captionCIA director John Brennan says Donald Trump needs to be “wary” of Russian promises The director of the CIA has warned US President-elect Donald Trump that ending the Iran nuclear deal would be “disastrous” and “the height of folly”. In a BBC interview, John Brennan also advised the new president to be wary of […]

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This drone gun won’t destroy your drone, but it will take it down from over a mile away. By disabling signals keeping the drone afloat, such as GPS, the “DroneGun” can knock a drone off its course, keeping it from arriving at its destination. DroneShield, the company that released the DroneGun on Monday, has clients […]

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Curt BrownStandard Times A city councilor wants to deploy drones to monitor high-crime neighborhoods and provide an extra measure of security at major community events — an idea that raises privacy concerns with the ACLU of Massachusetts. Brian K. Gomes’ proposal, which is not expected to be heard until next month or possibly January, calls […]

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It’s a first for the United States Navy and it happens in Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Jax is the new home to a unique type of pilot and aircraft. In a ceremony at the base this morning, Commander Benjamin Stinespring became the first commanding officer of Unmanned Patrol Squadron 19. They are the Navy’s first […]

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