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Drones Revolution Means Big Data Cloud Services

By Colin Snow | February 14, 2014

I love drones. No, not the big high-altitude ones like the Predator Drone, I mean the smaller low-altitude ones like Aeryon, Flexrotor, Phantom, and PrecisionHawk, that do everything from 3D mapping, to cinematography, to forensic inspections, to precision agriculture. I love making, programming, and piloting small unmanned aerial vehicles (sUAVs), and over the past several years I have … Read more

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The Yellow Brick Road of FAA Drone Regulations

By Colin Snow | February 6, 2014

This post provides a few helpful links to get you started on the journey of understanding Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations for UAS.  Come back later and look for updates. There are three basic categories of UAS operations as defined by the FAA – LINK Public. This includes public entities such as federal and local governments, … Read more

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Making Sense of Drones

By Colin Snow | February 6, 2014

What do you think when you hear the word drone or unmanned aerial system (UAS) or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)? Drones come in all sizes now. Most of you know about the big high altitude Defense related ones like the Predator Drone, but you may not know about the many smaller low altitude ones for Civil and … Read more

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