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Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) has announced Transport Canada has granted it a SFOC (Special Flight Operations Certificate) approving the company to commence testing of its Robin X1400 cargo delivery drone in Canadian skies.
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The survey results from our first Drone Week survey are in!
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The OPP’s Colin Giles stole the show at Blue Line Expo on May 3, 2018, with his talk on unmanned aerial systems (UASs) and the role they play in collision reconstruction as well as search and rescue endeavours.
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It's here! Blue Line's first-ever Drone Week has begun!
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Unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) have become increasingly common and sophisticated. More and more, UGVs can be seen patrolling facility perimeters while transmitting data and video surveillance footage to their human counterparts.
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Aerial drones might someday deliver online purchases to your home. But in some prisons, drone delivery is already a thing. Drones have been spotted flying drugs, cell phones and other contraband over prison walls, and in several cases, drug traffickers have used drones to ferry narcotics across the border.
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COLUMBIA, S.C. — After spending years fighting to keep drones from flying over prisons, South Carolina corrections officials unveiled plans to use the small unmanned aircraft to keep a remote eye on inmates, an effort they said is the first of its kind in the country.
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It wasn’t long ago that technologies depicted in sci-fi films and futuristic TV shows seemed farfetched and out of this world. Iconic scenes, such as the Star Trek crew using ‘personal access data devices’ (today commonly known as tablets) and USA Today’s media drone filming Griff Tannen’s arrest in Back to the Future II, seemed unbelievable at the time and stood out for their daring creativity. Today, thanks to recent technological advances, many of the fantastical technological visions of the past are becoming reality.
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Aeryon Labs Inc. says it is trusted by military, public safety and energy customers around the world for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) and end-to-end solutions that deliver life and resource saving, actionable aerial intelligence. Headquartered in Waterloo Ont., Aeryon’s industrial-grade, field-proven sUAS solutions are used across a wide range of applications.
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Check out some of the industrial unmanned aerial systems from OmniView Tech.
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The DJI Matrice 200 series from OmniView Tech carries visual and/or thermal sensors, providing situational awareness of potentially dangerous situations such as fires, searches, and natural disasters.
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The DJI Matrice 600 Pro is a heavy-lift unmanned aerial vehicle with a maximum payload capacity of 20 lbs. Designed as a platform to build upon, users are able to customize and mount various third party hardware systems with the UAV to fully maximize operations.
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TOLEDO, Ohio — No longer a novelty, drones are becoming an everyday tool for more police and fire departments, new research has found.
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Kongsberg Geospatial, a geospatial visualisation software company, and Arctic UAV, a UAS (unmanned aerial system) service provider in the Canadian Arctic, have announced that the Kongsberg Geospatial IRIS UAS situational awareness application has been adopted by Arctic UAV to enhance their BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight) operations.
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Blue Line is excited to bring to you for the first time ever... Drone Week.
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Let’s start by picturing a busy Saturday market scene in a larger Western city:
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Here’s a look at some of the innovative technology on display and services offered on May 3 at Blue Line Expo 2018 in Mississauga at the International Centre.
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As unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, become more popular and sophisticated, so does the demand for drone detection solutions in the security industry.
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Mission-critical voice communications is set to undergo an extensive makeover as Next Generation 911 prepares to take over in Canada. The sheer amount of multimedia data the IP (Internet Protocol) update will make available to police is detonative — it’s already making deep rumblings, as we’re seeing with police drones and body worn cams.
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The “first technique to detect a drone camera illicitly capturing video” is revealed in a new study published by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel and Weizmann Institute of Science cybersecurity researchers. The study addresses increasing concerns about the proliferation of drone use for personal and business applications and how it is impinging on privacy and safety.
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