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First Transmission Line Cable Construction with Drones

First Transmission Line Cable Construction with Drones Sharper Shape and SkySkopes, in cooperation with an investor owned utility, have developed an innovative and unique way to use unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for powerline construction.  The mission used the Sharper A6 UAS to string sock lines for a 675 kV line construction project.  […]

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First Transmission Line Cable Construction with Drones

First Transmission Line Cable Construction with Drones Sharper Shape and SkySkopes, in cooperation with an investor owned utility, have developed an innovative and unique way to use unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for powerline construction.  The mission used the Sharper A6 UAS to string sock lines for a 675 kV line construction project.  […]

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First Transmission Line Cable Construction with Drones

First Transmission Line Cable Construction with Drones Sharper Shape and SkySkopes, in cooperation with an investor owned utility, have developed an innovative and unique way to use unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for powerline construction.  The mission used the Sharper A6 UAS to string sock lines for a 675 kV line construction project.  […]

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Small Consumer Drones Unlikely to Cause Head Injury

Small Consumer Drones Unlikely to Cause Head Injury Researchers at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, the site of an FAA-sanctioned drone testing facility, concluded that the risks of a catastrophic head injury were less than 5 percent in an impact with a 2.6-pound unmanned vehicle, according to results published in the Annals […]

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Small Consumer Drones Unlikely to Cause Head Injury

Small Consumer Drones Unlikely to Cause Head Injury Researchers at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, the site of an FAA-sanctioned drone testing facility, concluded that the risks of a catastrophic head injury were less than 5 percent in an impact with a 2.6-pound unmanned vehicle, according to results published in the Annals […]

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Small Consumer Drones Unlikely to Cause Head Injury

Small Consumer Drones Unlikely to Cause Head Injury Researchers at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, the site of an FAA-sanctioned drone testing facility, concluded that the risks of a catastrophic head injury were less than 5 percent in an impact with a 2.6-pound unmanned vehicle, according to results published in the Annals […]

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US Border Patrol to Test the Operational Use of sUAS

US Border Patrol to Test the Operational Use of sUAS U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) will begin evaluating Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) in the operational environment this month as part of a pilot program. Testing will take place in three USBP sectors beginning with […]

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New Swarming Drone Technology Could Help Find Lost Hikers, Study Wildlife

New Swarming Drone Technology Could Help Find Lost Hikers, Study Wildlife CU Boulder researchers have developed an advanced drone “swarming” technology that allows a single operator to control multiple unmanned aircraft for a variety of tasks, which could include searching for lost hikers or studying wildlife. The CU Boulder team spent three […]

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Kongsberg Geospatial and eSmart Systems Partner to Deliver Real-time BVLOS Powerline Intelligence

Kongsberg Geospatial and eSmart Systems Partner to Deliver Real-time BVLOS Powerline Intelligence Kongsberg Geospatial, an Ottawa-based developer of real-time, mission critical, geospatial visualisation software, and eSmart Systems, who develop digital intelligence for the energy industry and smart communities, announced that they have integrated the Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS UAS situational awareness system into […]

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Origami-Inspired Drone for Last-Centimeter Delivery

Origami-Inspired Drone for Last-Centimeter Delivery  A new drone developed at EPFL uses cutting-edge technology to deliver parcels weighing up to 500 grams. The device will never get stuck in traffic, it’s programmed to avoid obstacles, and it can reach destinations on steep or uneven terrain. Its protective cage and foldable design mean […]

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