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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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SKYF Drones Entering the Japanese Market

SKYF Drones Entering the Japanese Market | Remotely Piloted Systems | Scoop.it
SKYF, the emerging manufacturer of cargo drones, has signed an agreement with Carciel Inc., a Japanese aerospace consulting company, which is officially certified by the Cabinet Office, Government of Japan (CAO) in “CAO Open Innovation Challenge 2017 Public Offering”.

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Lionel Gikonyo's curator insight, April 6, 2018 11:15 AM

"SKYF, the emerging manufacturer of cargo drones, has signed an agreement with Carciel Inc., a Japanese aerospace consulting company, which is officially certified by the Cabinet Office,"

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Kentucky's Biggest City Wants to Send Surveillance Drones Into Neighborhoods After Shootings #investorseurope #technology

Kentucky's Biggest City Wants to Send Surveillance Drones Into Neighborhoods After Shootings #investorseurope #technology | Remotely Piloted Systems | Scoop.it
The mayor of Louisville, Kentucky wants to create the nation’s first fleet of aerial surveillance drones programmed to respond to gunfire. Speaking to press Wednesday, Mayor Greg Fischer said unmanned aerial vehicles could be key to curbing the city’s gun violence.

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Amanda Schumachers insight:

"The drones would respond to gunshots detected through Louisville’s existing ShotSpotter system."

Enos Senior's curator insight, February 8, 2018 12:52 PM

"The drones would respond to gunshots detected through Louisville’s existing ShotSpotter system."