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Drones keep entering no-fly zones over Washington, raising security concerns - The Washington Post Jan 2018
"Drones inhabit a curious space in U.S. law, making them particularly difficult to regulate. They have been deemed “aircraft,” just like a Boeing 787, so they can’t simply be knocked from the sky. Sometimes dubbed “flying laptops,” they also are covered by laws against wiretapping and computer hacking. And most drones are categorized as “model aircraft,” but Congress has said the Federal Aviation Administration generally can’t issue regulations covering those."
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2 days ago by pierredv
Drone comes to the rescue of two swimmers in Australia
This drone was actually not supposed to be saving anyone just yet – it was engaged in a pilot project to test its viability.
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4 days ago by seaugust
Drone rescues two Australian swimmers in world's first ·
Australia is leading the use of the technology in surf lifesaving, with dozens of drones being trialled on beaches around the country.
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4 days ago by HighCharisma
RT : OORI from is a 50 mph (maybe 60 mph) that fits in the palm of your hand.
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4 days ago by TomRaftery
Girls Only Code Club Event. LIMITED PLACES! Jam-packed sessions with coding & flying , programming with…
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5 days ago by eesur
RT : vs. : The lastest NASA challenges professsional racing pilot.
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5 days ago by TomRaftery
Black Market Sold Drones Used in Russian Base Attack
I always thought this would happen with rockets/mortars rather than UAVs. One important point: a low-and-slow solution gets around the CoCom GPS limitations and makes the electronics easier.
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6 days ago by yorksranter

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