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  1. Jan 14,  · News and commentary. A few years ago audiences were wowed by the idea of eHang’s drone taxis. Last year, Digital Trends prefaced their “The Best Drones .
  2. Oct 02,  · A drone recently captured fugitive Song Moujiang, a Chinese human trafficker who had escaped prison 17 years ago. Yongshan County police shared the news of .
  3. Oct 11,  · The Endless Aerial Surveillance of the Border. The EFF report found that many local and state police departments use drones as part of a suite of advanced tech, meaning that for citizens Author: Sidney Fussell.
  4. Jun 20,  · Few new technologies are as closely identified with American counterterrorism, or have proven as controversial, as drones. These unmanned aerial vehicles are not necessarily military; increasingly, drones are used by civilian law enforcement, and may soon be used to provide wireless service in Africa or for instant deliveries across the United States.
  5. The stats. 1. The number of U.S. commercial drones is expected to grow by a factor of 10 over the next half-decade, from 42, drones in to more than , by , according to a report Author: Joe Tenebruso.
  6. Small drones are making the news these days, and not always in a good way: A scare over Fenway Park in Boston. An apparent attempt to assassinate President Maduro of Venezuela. Diverted flights at.
  7. Military drones: An example of the military drones is MQ-1 Predator (M- is a multirole aircra, Q mark the drones), which belongs to the UCAV (Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle).
  8. Drones is a office comedy film directed by Amber Benson and Adam Busch, who describe it as "The Office meets Close Encounters".
  9. Oct 25,  · As more nations develop and export the technology, the use of unmanned weapons systems will inevitably increase. Attempts to curb the spread of armed drones are becoming more difficult now that the United States is no longer their sole developer. China, in particular, has grown as a global exporter of unmanned combat systems, and other countries are planning to follow suit.

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