Air Force Studying Falcons To Create A Drone-Killing RobotResearchers at Oxford University have found that the feathered predators have a simple system of aerial hunting that the government hopes to apply to a new generation of drones
Drone Attempts To Drop Drugs, Cell Phones Into A PrisonThe high-tech smugglers successfully delivered cell phones on a previous drop, but failed to complete a drop with much more malicious materials inside.
Contractors, Insurance Companies Using Drones To Inspect Storm DamageSome contractors and insurance companies are using drones to inspect homes for damage after storms.
Drones To The Rescue After Cardiac Arrest?Researchers tested the idea and found drones arrived at the scene of 18 cardiac arrests within about 5 minutes of launch.
Good Question: Where Are You Allowed To Fly Drones?As of January 2017, more than 600,000 people had registered their drones with the Federal Aviation Administration. Last year, the FAA put rules into place regarding registration and use of the unmanned vehicles.
Minn. College To Offer Drone Repair TrainingWith the number of commercial drones expected to soar into the millions in the next few years, operators whose unmanned aircraft malfunction or crash will be looking for places to get them fixed.
New Bill Seeks To Prohibit Drone Use In HuntingSen. Dan Schoen is the author of SF 124. The recently introduced bill would prohibit the use of unmanned aircraft for taking or harassing deer and other wildlife.
More States Using Drones To Study RoadsThat buzzing sound overhead may soon signal the arrival of the 21st-century version of a guy in a hardhat and bucket truck.
4 Things To Know: Pope Addresses Zika, Stadium Series & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about from Friday, Feb. 19. They include a new attitude toward birth control from the Pope, and a landmark day for local hockey enthusiasts.
Drones, Underwater Cameras Aid In Search For Missing Savage ManThe search continued Saturday for a Twin Cities man who went missing three months ago. Everything from underwater cameras, drones, and other technology have been used in the search.
4 Things To Know: Gov. Dayton Hospitalized, Cuba Goes Online & MoreFrom Gov. Mark Dayton fainting at a Woodbury event to Cuba going online, here are the four stories to know for Monday, Feb. 1, 2016.
Regulations Have Commercial Drone Operators Scratching Their HeadsThe fledgling drone business is awash with commercial operators who don't comply with federal regulations or interpret them the wrong way, according to the CEO of an unmanned aircraft-related company.

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