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    3DR Solo 2.0 Created by the technological wizards at 3D Robotics, the 3DR Solo 2.0 is billed as "the drone with a brain." Oddly enough, the drone does not come with a camera or a gimbal system out of the box; instead, you have to buy both separately. The good news is that the 3-axis gimbal supports any GoPro 4 camera, making for some fantastic customization options. Amazon has the 3DR Solo 2.0 for sale at $559, $599 if you would like the gimbal included. 3D Robotics, meanwhile, offers the drone for $799.95 by itself, $999.95 if you would like the gimbal with it. We think it 's pretty obvious which one is the better deal. One specification we immediately noticed that DJI 's drones lacked was how much the drone could carry. The Solo can handle payloads of up to 800 grams, which is a little over 1.5 lbs. However, this cuts its top speed from 20 miles per hour to 15 miles per hour. Another interesting feature lies in…

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    introduction of drone technology, businesses are quickly realizing the capabilities of this disruptive technology. Companies such as Amazon and North Shore Rescue, among others, are coming up with ways to implement this technology into their business models. Drones are creating a shift in the business world towards the use of airspace technology, as opposed to land vehicles. This new shift could change the very nature of many industries as jobs become obsolete, and other jobs become created.…

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    I am a young man who values safety in the Lower Merion School District, I feel strongly about the type of equipment used in our public police department. In a district with many people I am afraid something bad might happen. I believe it is important to consider using drones to assist police. The use of drones will keep our community safer. For many people the safety of our community matters. Many people believe that drones may cause accidents by running into someone and hurting them. Some…

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    increase in the usage of drones both in a social and civilian way. The concept of ‘drone’ was originally used to refer to preprogrammed aircrafts. However as years have gone by the word has evolved and its meaning has expounded to in cooperate more features ("Humanitarian Uses Of Drones And Satellite Imagery Analysis: The Promises And Perils" 2015). Presently the word refers to any robot that is either preprogrammed or controlled. Drones are classified into many different categories however,…

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    Drones Law

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    There should be a law where the government is allowed to take away the drone owner's drone, if any drone laws are broken beyond extent. For example, if someone were to fly a drone and peep at people in a bad way, the drone could be taken away for 6 months. In Kansas there’s a law called SB 319 which was made to expand the definition of harassment in the Protection from Stalking Act to include certain uses of UAS (NCSL). This idea of taking away the drone for misuse is beneficial because owners…

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    Drones: A Case Study

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    Existing regulations for drones: Until recently drone that were sold to consumers were not regulated (Pomerleau, 2015). What that means is that the FAA had not released any information on how the use of a drone, by a member of the general public could be used, what the general public shouldn’t be used for, and also what the punishments would be should a consumer choose not to follow regulations (Pomerleau, 2015). As of February 2015, the FAA has release some oversight guidelines on how…

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    Advanced Technologies of Human: Drones Robotics are no longer a science fiction. They became a reality and there has been controversy on legality. Drones are made for good purposes and to develop the mankind. There are some people arguing that drones are invading privacy of people, but there are much more pros for them. Drone has very recently suddenly accustomed for daily use, so there are no official laws for it, but its original purpose is military use. Even though, drone has more advantages…

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    Drones In Sports

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    Drones aren’t only used for recreational or military purposes. There are many ways drones can become essential for commercial use. There are eight popular industries that have already started using drones or having been considering using them. Hollywood filmmakers have already started using drones to film movies. Drones offer filming from different angles that they could never reach before. Energy companies have been considering drones because it’s easier and safer to inspect their facilities.…

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    Should Drones Be Banned

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    Drones are unmanned aerial vehicles that have a variety of purposes. Those purposes range from peaceful aerial photography and recreation to uses in war and terror. With such a range of uses, many fear for the worse and think that regulations aren’t enough and that drones should be banned from private use. But their uses in farming, law enforcement, and recreation have showed promise over the last few years. Even though some believe that they should be banned, in reality the good outways the bad…

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    Drones

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    these advances is the drone. The rise of popularity in drones has become a popular, as well as a controversial topic. Photojournalist, Tomas Van Houtryve, discusses the dark side of drones and how they can be used for malice in “From the Eyes of A Drone”. The safeness of drones is a specific issue that continues to surface. Drones are being mistaken for toys when they are truly dangerous aircrafts. Drones are devices that should require formal training and registration because as their…

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