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May
Reese Mozer Discusses AUVSI Xponential & the Future of Agricultural Drones on Monday, June 13th at USI 2016

Monday, June 13th  Reese Mozer will be speaking at the 2016 …

12
May
Interview with Lily Bengfort on the UAS Growth Sectors and Applications

Wednesday, June 14th  Lily Bengfort will be speaking at the …

05
May
Interview with Mike Chumer on the Future of UAS Use for Emergency Response Scenarios

Wednesday, June 15th  Mike Chumer will be speaking at the …

21
Apr
An Interview with Robert Katz on Unmanned Systems and Cyberattacks

Robert Katz Disaster and Terrorism Advisor, FEMA Business Development and …

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A new sensor has been discovered that will allow autonomous vehicles to view the world as we do. Driverless cars have been using dash cams to catch their view of the world, which seemed a bit of a hitch. Cars that are currently being tested in California and other parts [...]
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... unmanned aerial vehicles, electronic warfare complexes, counter battery radars [and] space reconnaissance [systems].” Besides investing in new programs (or reviving shelved ones), Ukraine is also partnering with overseas partners – including Turkish and U.S. companies – to develop new solutions. [...]
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NVIDIA TensorRT 3 enables you to deploy INT8 precision deep learning inference for autonomous vehicles using new Python and C++ APIs. [...]
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As the popularity of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, continues to soar, two experts weigh in on what could be coming in terms of regulation, safety and privacy. Sterling Cripps is the founder and president of Canadian Unmanned Incorporated, a Medicine Hat-based UAV training operation. He says ... [...]
Mon, Dec 11, 2017, Continue reading at the source
As the popularity of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, continues to soar, two experts weigh in on what could be coming in terms of regulation, safety and privacy. Sterling Cripps is the founder and president of Canadian Unmanned Incorporated, a Medicine Hat-based UAV training operation. He says ... [...]
Mon, Dec 11, 2017, Continue reading at the source