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Article hackaday.com
Will Drones and Planes be Treated as Equals by FAA? | Hackaday
Soon, perhaps even by the time you read this, the rules for flying remote-controlled aircraft in the United States will be very different. The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) is pushing hard to re…


Article bbc.com
Coffee delivery drone patented by IBM - BBC News
Drones could tell when people are tired and lower a coffee on an "unspooling string", IBM suggests.


Article wired.com
The Complex Engineering of the Simple Hook That Could Make Drone Deliveries Real | WIRED
Engineers at the Google sister company Wing spent more than a few hours searching for just the right mechanism that would let their drones safely deliver packages.


Article defenseone.com
A Criminal Gang Used a Drone Swarm To Obstruct an FBI Hostage Raid
And that’s just one of the ways bad guys are putting drones to use, law enforcement officials say...


Article engineering.com
Are Drones Becoming Essential to Construction? ENGINEERING
Engineering speaks to experts from a variety of companies to learn how drones are being integrated into the construction industry.


Flying cars: (podcast) “Free as a bird”, an episode from The Economist on Spotify
Travellers have long dreamed of soaring above traffic jams. Those dreams may come true, in the form of passenger-carrying drones. We look at the contenders 


Article gizmodo.com
Google Is Helping the Pentagon Build AI for Drones | Gizmodo
Google has partnered with the United States Department of Defense to help the agency develop artificial intelligence for analyzing drone footage, a move that set off a firestorm among employees of the technology giant when...


Article wired.com
Winter Olympics 2018: Inside the Opening Ceremonies Drone Show | WIRED
The Pyeongchang opening ceremonies included a performance by 1,218 drones working in concert—a new world record.


Article economist.com
Home-made drones now threaten conventional armed forces - The Economist
Drones and guerrilla warfare “AN ATTACK on Russian forces in Syria on January 5th by 13 home-made drones is a good example of “asymmetric” warfare. On one side, exquisite high-tech weapons. On the other, cheap-as-chips ...


Article economist.com
A swarm of submarine drones will scour the depths for MH370 | The Economist
A fantastical ship has set out to seek Malaysian Airlines flight 370 - The search for MH370


Article bloomberg.com
Mercedes Plans More Drone Deliveries After 100 Perfect Flights - Bloomberg
Mercedes-Benz, conducting the biggest test using drones to ship everyday items like ground coffee and cellphones, said the mini aircraft completed 100 drop-offs to strategically placed vans in Zurich with a perfect safety ...


Terrorists are building drones. France is destroying them with eagles. - The Washington Post
A French military program adapts the ancient art of falconry to the threats of unmanned flight.