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Bring in the Tech: SAA Conference 2014

We were pleasantly surprised by the amount of new tech that we saw at the SAA’s this year. Here are a few highlights: Live Tweeting: A Portent of Things to Come It was incredible to see how much live tweeting went on at the opening session of the conference, which was on digital publishing. As […]

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PopSci on How Drones Will Change Sports

Colin Lecher from Popular Science sat down with us in March to chat about how drones are changing the way some sports are filmed… A couple years ago, Ryan Baker founded Arch Aerial, a Houston-based drone manufacturer. An archaeologist by training, Baker worked on shooting excavations for clients, and eventually moved into working on films. Then, universities and high schools […]

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Geology and Digital Elevation Models

Does it seem like people are finding new uses for drones everyday? As I read the news, it sure appears that way. This week I’ll explore what a team of geologists in the North Sea are doing with drones, and come back next week for another application! Aerial Photography A group of geologists in the […]

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from SportsTechie: Drones In Sports Are Evolving Into A Low-Cost Competitive Advantage

Originally Posted on SportsTechie.net; written by Robert Roble Drones in sports are a global trend the Sports Techie community blog is excited to cover with our investigation into this sports technology product pioneered by Arch Aerial, LLC. Kelly McClinton, Arch Aerial, Digital Marketing Manager, reached out via our Twitter handle and shared information about their company, […]

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5 Incredible Ways to Use a Drone – Delivering Medicines and Vaccines

Can drones deliver medicines and vaccines? I first heard about the idea in a TED talk last year, and at the time it seemed unlikely. However, last month this innovative idea took one step closer to becoming a reality. Starting this July, QuiQui (a new company in San Francisco), will be delivering drugstore items for […]

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ABC 13 News: Football Coaches Using Drones in Sports

By Bob Slovak Tuesday, September 02, 2014 HOUSTON (KTRK) Football coaches are always looking for an edge and a way to better prepare their players. Now they’re bringing drones into the game. Every team watches game and practice video for preparation. In the past, the cameras have been limited to the end zone and the sidelines, […]

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Mashable: A Drone to Map and Find Undetonated Explosives in Laos

We’re honored that our Kickstarter campaign has been featured in Mashable, TechCocktail, AOL, the Huffington Post, VentureBeat, SlingShow.com, Engineering.com, and many others! Thanks to everyone for your support. We’re doing a final push in the last 17 hours of the campaign to get bomb-locating drones funded. Join us! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/599584552/humanitarian-drones-bomb-locating-unmanned-aerial

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Laser-imaging drone to hunt out unexploded bombs in war-torn nations

Originally Published by the Stack; written by Alice MacGregor, CloserStill Media on Monday 16 March, 2015 As drones become more commonplace, many companies are developing innovative uses of the technology beyond that of commercial and novelty robotics. In his SXSW Interactive talk on humanitarian drone use cases this weekend Ryan Baker, CEO of aerial imaging firm Arch […]

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From PopSci: Drones Could Use Lasers to Find Unexploded Bombs

Originally Published by PopSci; written by Kelsey D. Atherton on Friday 3/20/2015 Long after the rifles of war are silent, danger still lurks in old battlefields. Some unexploded bombs are left behind deliberately, in minefields that once had tactical importance but were later rendered strategically irrelevant by shifting front lines. Others result from manufacturing error, with bombs […]

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Press Release: Section 333 Exemption and COA

We are delighted to announce that we have been granted a Section 333 Exemption and a Certificate of Authorization (COA) for commercial UAS operation here in the United States. The Section 333 Exemption process provides operators safe and legal entry into the National Airspace. The Certificate of Authorization is an authorization issued by the Air […]

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