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Drones

Read: Louisville Wants to Deploy Drones to Respond to Gunshots

Louisville Wants to Deploy Drones to Respond to Gunshots

The city has applied for a government program that would allow it to use drones to collect video footage in areas that its ShotSpotter sensors detect gunshots.

Read: Are Mass Video Surveillance Privacy Concerns Easing Amid Virtues?

Are Mass Video Surveillance Privacy Concerns Easing Amid Virtues?

Our planet is essentially under surveillance around the clock with security cameras, satellites, drones and more. Privacy concerns are undeniable, but all those imaging technologies are having a positive effect too.

Read: How South Korea Is Securing the Winter Olympic Games

How South Korea Is Securing the Winter Olympic Games

Tens of thousands of security personnel will protect the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, along with interceptor drones, facial recognition systems, a surveillance blimp, smart security cameras and more.

Read: How Robotic Security Systems Can Prevent Drone Mishaps and Attacks

How Robotic Security Systems Can Prevent Drone Mishaps and Attacks

Drone pilots with lethal intent on inflicting mass casualties may equip drones with remote firing guns, explosives and bio-hazards.

Read: How a Tech School Is Preparing to Meet Tomorrow’s Security Challenges

How a Tech School Is Preparing to Meet Tomorrow’s Security Challenges

Hudson Valley P-TECH in West Nyack, N.Y., is engaging local businesses and college partners to prepare students for professions in cyber and physical security careers.

Read: Filmmaker Taps Unique Sensory Applications for Robots, Drones

Filmmaker Taps Unique Sensory Applications for Robots, Drones

UAVs, UUVs and UGVs are providing the ability to move cameras, microphones and other devices that sense in 3D space with almost no limitations.

Read: Researchers Develop Method to Detect Peeping Drones

Researchers Develop Method to Detect Peeping Drones

In a new paper titled, “Game of Drones,” researchers demonstrate techniques for detecting if a targeted subject or house is being recorded by a drone camera.

Read: Don’t Drink and Drone in New Jersey, Unless You Want to Go to Jail

Don’t Drink and Drone in New Jersey, Unless You Want to Go to Jail

New Jersey has introduced a bill that would ban inebriated or drugged droning, with punishment of up to six months prison.

Read: U.S. Consumer Technology Industry Revenue Will Set New Record in 2018, CTA Says

U.S. Consumer Technology Industry Revenue Will Set New Record in 2018, CTA Says

CTA projects the industry will reach $351 billion. For the first time CTA included streaming services, which are to contribute $19.5 billion.

Read: How Robotics Can Fulfill a Missing Line of Defense

How Robotics Can Fulfill a Missing Line of Defense

An industry professional shares her view on the unique role that robotics can play as a critical line of defense for public safety and other deployments.

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