Drone owners are a dedicated bunch of hobbyists, and clearly have no issue spending quite a bit on their aircraft. Though it’s a touch on the expensive side, the Manfrotto D1 Drone Backpack is probably
KATHMANDU (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - For weeks after Nepal’s worst earthquake in 80 years, the skies above the Himalayan nation vibrated with military helicopters ferrying relief, airplanes bringing
The jammers are a safer alternative to shooting down drones with guns. The U.S. Government is buying one hundred portable drone jammers to protect government facilities, property and personnel. The jammer
The proliferation of unmanned aircraft is already outpacing the regulations that govern them. Is U.S. Airspace big enough for a deluge of drones? It's a quiet morning in San Francisco, with soft sunlight
AIG, one of the world’s largest insurers, is rolling out a new set of policies aimed at the growing drone industry. The policy offerings are designed for a newfangled purpose: protecting the operators
The controversial Cybernetics Professor, Kevin Warwick, doesn’t just implant chips in his nearest and dearest. Part of his research agenda is helping to usher in the first cooperative, self-driving vehicles.
Last night and today, the annual Forbes Healthcare Summit convened in New York City, bringing together a number of professionals – healthcare providers, insurance executives, researchers, and academics.
__ By Ron Kaspriske__ Last week, athletic performance advisor Tom House introduced the concept that in order to swing the golf club faster, you first have to learn how to stop it at faster speeds. You