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This is a media curation page for the PIRatE Lab's AARR Program.  We are developing practical, low cost programs to monitor resources in our coastal zone (the land near the ocean and the ocean near the land) with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs aka "drones") overhead and subtidal Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) .  Enjoy!!  
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How Drones could save Millions of Lives

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How Drones could save Millions of Lives







Drone technology is increasingly being used to provide remote care, supplement emergency responses, and generally decrease the time it takes for people to get the medical attention that they need.

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Wyatt Mizell's curator insight, September 20, 2019 3:09 PM
This video talks about how drones could be useful in the medical field, an example is that a patient was waiting for an organ to arrive at the hospital she was having surgery at and took days for the organ to arrive so they could start the surgery. I personally think that if we used drones for shipping items faster it would be a great benefit . Some problems with this is that say the drone somehow breaks in the process of shipment you could risk damage to whatever is being shipped. Also the number of jobs such as UPS and FEDex drivers would decrease a significant amount. 
Deependra Kushwah's curator insight, September 20, 2019 11:12 PM
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How Drones could save Millions of Lives

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How Drones could save Millions of Lives







Drone technology is increasingly being used to provide remote care, supplement emergency responses, and generally decrease the time it takes for people to get the medical attention that they need.

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Wyatt Mizell's curator insight, September 20, 2019 3:09 PM
This video talks about how drones could be useful in the medical field, an example is that a patient was waiting for an organ to arrive at the hospital she was having surgery at and took days for the organ to arrive so they could start the surgery. I personally think that if we used drones for shipping items faster it would be a great benefit . Some problems with this is that say the drone somehow breaks in the process of shipment you could risk damage to whatever is being shipped. Also the number of jobs such as UPS and FEDex drivers would decrease a significant amount. 
Deependra Kushwah's curator insight, September 20, 2019 11:12 PM
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Fortem launches TrueView R20 radar system to make safe out-of-sight drone operation a reality

Fortem launches TrueView R20 radar system to make safe out-of-sight drone operation a reality | Remotely Piloted Systems | Scoop.it
Fortem is one of many drone startups showcasing their products and platforms at CES 2018, and they’re an interesting one indeed. Fortem has announced a new radar system for drones called the …
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The FAA will most likely give their full approval for the use of this technology by next year.
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Drones and Digital Mappers Boost Nepal Rescue : DNews

Drones and Digital Mappers Boost Nepal Rescue : DNews | Remotely Piloted Systems | Scoop.it
High-flying drones, geo-mapping and crowd-sourcing work to find victims.

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How Drones could save Millions of Lives

How Drones could save Millions of Lives | Remotely Piloted Systems | Scoop.it
How Drones could save Millions of Lives







Drone technology is increasingly being used to provide remote care, supplement emergency responses, and generally decrease the time it takes for people to get the medical attention that they need.

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Wyatt Mizell's curator insight, September 20, 2019 3:09 PM
This video talks about how drones could be useful in the medical field, an example is that a patient was waiting for an organ to arrive at the hospital she was having surgery at and took days for the organ to arrive so they could start the surgery. I personally think that if we used drones for shipping items faster it would be a great benefit . Some problems with this is that say the drone somehow breaks in the process of shipment you could risk damage to whatever is being shipped. Also the number of jobs such as UPS and FEDex drivers would decrease a significant amount. 
Deependra Kushwah's curator insight, September 20, 2019 11:12 PM
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UAS Magazine – The Latest News on Unmanned Aerial Systems - Drone powered by fuel cell sets new UAS industry benchmark

UAS Magazine – The Latest News on Unmanned Aerial Systems - Drone powered by fuel cell sets new UAS industry benchmark | Remotely Piloted Systems | Scoop.it
The advantages of hydrogen fuel cells as a UAS power source were recently demonstrated when a 44-pound drone carried an 11-pound payload nonstop for 70 minutes, a new industry benchmark. The project is supported by Innovate UK.
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This article was great because I found out the basics of the hydrogen fuel cell.  The flight time and payload were amazing with the 6 liter hydrogen cylinder at around 4300 psi.
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Montana Tech research group studies underground drone technology

Montana Tech research group studies underground drone technology | Remotely Piloted Systems | Scoop.it
Montana Tech students are on the cutting edge of drone technology, and it's fitting for Butte.A group of students is researching how to use drones to keep miners and construction workers safe. The students are flying them underground, and they believe it c
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Research group uses drone tech (uninhibited by proximity constraints) to survey underground areas for safety of miners.
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