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Government selects Ottawa company to demonstrate use of drones for assessing crops

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada has selected ING Robotic Aviation, a high tech robotic aircraft company in Ottawa, to demonstrate a new method for assessing crop vegetation. 190 more words

Defence Watch

Alumni Spotlight: Leland C Shanle

Leland C Shanle is a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

Shanle is a pilot, award winning author, and military/aviation technical adviser for the movie industry. 1,206 more words

Advice

Ep. 25 - Rust, Caution: Terminator and Future Warfare

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If we let those machines think for themselves, pretty soon they’ll do all the thinking. Terminator and The Matrix and other popular SF have a way of informing our imaginations and fear, which in turn informs how the future is actually handled. 106 more words

Episodes

Drones: Targeted Killings Are Coming Back to the US

While most international organizations and foreign states have made attempts to explicitly fuse drones and targeted killing to already established norms, ethics, and rules of war, the United States has focused more on drones being something of a semi-covert tool of political means. 1,245 more words

Human Rights

Airware partners with NASA to develop drone air traffic control system

News broke last week that NASA is building an air traffic control system for unmanned aerial vehicles that could affect everything from Amazon’s delivery drones to agricultural drones. 315 more words

New 3DR investor Richard Branson explains why everyone’s talking about drones

Earlier this year at CES, the show described 2014 as “the year of the drone.” With good reason, too. In just the last month, we have seen… 555 more words

Makers Movement