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Drones Made Mesa’s Search and Rescue More Effective

The thriving East Phoenix metropolis of Mesa Arizona, surrounded by the Sonoran Desert, has long been a playground for outdoor recreation. With convenient access to Saguaro Lake, the iconic Salt River, and endless hiking trails, it’s easy to see why Mesa is one of the fastest growing cities in America, attracting thousands of millennials seeking adventure in a natural setting.…

Moth Patterns Improve Drone Tech

Researchers from Boston University (BU) have captured data from moth flight patterns to improve drone navigation through complex environments. To understand how moths plan their route, the researchers, led by Ioannis Paschadilidis at BU and Thomas Daniel at the University of Washington, mounted eight hawk moths (Mantuca sexta) on metal rods connected to a torque meter. In front of each…

The Drone Revolution

The drone revolution is here. From monitoring borders to supplying critical medical supplies in remote areas in Rwanda, drones have become so ubiquitous today that even wedding photographers use drones to take photos and shoot videos. It has even led to the rise of drone racing as a spectator sport. The potential and danger of a technology that was largely…

Drones Reforesting Burned Land Could be Game Changer

While drones are coming of age in firefighting, they are also establishing a foothold in restoring fire-scorched forests. Firefighting drones grabbed the spotlight in April as viewers around the world watched Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris go up in flames. It has stood for over 850 years, through wars, natural disasters, and everything in between, including the fire. At first,…

Drones Raising the Bar on Campus Safety

Campus police officers at Northwest Florida State College have a new tool to help keep students safe: a drone unit. The unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) will aid in searching for missing people, assessing traffic accidents, photographing crime scenes and mapping evacuation routes. “If there is a critical incident on our campus, we have a way to get a good overview of what’s…

Putting Drones to Work for the Public

UAS are becoming a common tool in emergency services, with more agencies using the technology to increase efficiencies and help keep both personnel and the public safe. When the Wayne Township Fire Department first started deploying drones a few years ago, pilots were flying the systems just about every day. Beyond their community, they traveled across Indiana to support agencies…